1. In a collins glass filled with ice, add the Tonic water
  2. Slowly pour the cold brew coffee (aim for the cubes)
  3. Gently add the sugar syrup (if needed)
  4. Garnish with a lemon wheel and serve immediately
  5. Stir and enjoy!

Optionally add 50ml gin into your cold brew and tonic, it makes an incredibly tasty addition. Trust us. The sugar syrup can be left behind, to better pronounce the gin flavour.



The whiskey-like intensity of cold brew concentrate is balanced by the richness of the cream. The pinch of salt helps bring the coffee flavour to life. It’s also virtually zero carbs – or so they tell me.

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Aerial view of hot coffee

Easy Mornings

Unbeknownst to many, you can actually make hot coffee using cold brew concentrate.
The idea is simply to top off a couple ounces of concentrate with boiling hot water. This heats up the concentrate and gives you a warm, but not scalding, mug.

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Pouring Cold Brew Coffee

The Original

Let’s get the most obvious example out of the way immediately: iced coffee.
It’s simple, refreshing, and stunningly smooth.

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