The Science of Cold Brew

A Cold Brew Coffee Lover's Gift Set


Don't get it twisted. Cold brew is not iced coffee. It's not hard to make. And it's not even new. Our cold brew set takes it back to the old school way of brewing smooth coffee in cold water. Instead of hot, acidic coffee and melting ice, our simple set provides crisp stimulation. The mason jar, the pouring spout, and a reusable cotton filter are all you need. And we've sent along some quality Colombian beans in our coffee gifts. Coldbrew is that simple. Act like you know.

  • Large Mason Jar (64oz) 
  • Spout for Pouring Brew 
  • Reusable 100% Cotton Filter 
  • Aluminum Scoop 
  • Colombian Coffee (10oz)
  1. Insert filter bag into the jar and stretch the top of the filter over the mouth of the jar.
  2. Pour 2 cups of coffee grounds into the filter and bloom to start (wet grounds thoroughly and let sit for 60 seconds).
  3. Fill the jar with 3-4 cups of cold water.
  4. Remove the filter from the jar. Twist the neck of the filter, and wrap the connected tie string around the neck once and slip the end of the filter through the glass ring.
  5. Put the tied off filter into the jar. Allow the filter to soak in the mason jar for 12-18 hours.
  6. Remove the filter and rest it in the mouth of the jar to allow all the water in the filter to fully drain.
  7. Close off the mason jar tightly with the two-piece lid, and refrigerate to maintain flavor. Serve within 5 days from brewing for optimal flavor. 
  8. To serve: replace the top lid with the pouring spout. In your mug or glass, combine 1 part cold brew with 1-3 parts milk or creamer of choice.

The Story Of

The Science of Cold Brew

A Coffee Revolution

I had hours to fill between meetings in San Fran. As usual, I headed to the Ferry Building. There, in the curated marketplace, an endless line of people captured my attention. I was told that they were waiting for the “best cup of coffee you can imagine.” I joined the queue without hesitation and postponed my next meeting. Forty five minutes later, I was sipping a bitter-sweet cold brew from glass jar, and I instantly realized that everything I knew about coffee was changed forever. A jar, a cotton filter, and Colombian quality beans (nothing more, nothing less!) equal perfection.