Unlike iced coffee, cold brew coffee is made with cold water—steeped for a long period of time—for a smooth finish with low acidity and zero sediment.
Many brands of canned cold brew have caffeine levels higher than 200 grams—more than the amount in two cups of coffee. If you’re not used to quite that much caffeine, you could be in for a surprise. Opt for a brand with less, especially if you want to drink more than one.
Cold-brew coffee is known for its smooth, rich blend that’s easy on the stomach. But that doesn’t mean your beverage has to be flat. Some brands infuse a shot of nitrogen into the can that’s meant to send a refreshing shot of bubbles rushing the moment you pop the top.
Serious coffee enthusiasts want to know exactly where their beans come from. A single-origin brew makes that possible, providing peace of mind that your coffee was reliably and sustainably sourced.