Let’s get the most obvious example out of the way immediately: iced coffee.

It’s simple, refreshing, and stunningly smooth. There’s a reason so many coffee skeptics actually fall in love with iced cold brew.

If you want, you can top with a splash of milk or cream. You can even add in some simple or chocolate syrup for a slightly sweeter experience.

  1. Take a  collins glass and  fill it with ice.
  2. Add Cold brew concentrate.
  3. Add water to taste. Add 100ml if you like it straight,  add less if you like it rough. Anyway, the ice cubes will dilute your drink, so adding less is no crime…


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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Cold Brew and tonic water make a fantastic combination. It sounds weird, yes, but sparkling tonic is a great match for bold cold brew.

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