Wild Food's cold brew ice coffee Lumberjack Bland has been my go to for ice coffee for a few years. It never disappoints and is easy to make. Also easy to take camping.
I tried this because I recently had surgery and needed something organic to mix with the overly sweet protein shakes that put me on. This was beyond perfect and actually works for two brews depending on how strong you like your coffee.
I really Love your cold even with nothing in it that's new for me. How my favorite is a splash of cream and Carmel sweetener. I have a question however I ordered a 4 ok for 14.95 and only got a 3 pkg I did not know you sold 3 pkg. Please get back to me on this thanks
The Easiest Coffee You'll Ever Make
1. Fill a mason jar with 24 oz of water.
2. Place pouch in the jar and seal (flip upside down to submerge pouch).
3. Place covered jar in fridge for 18-24 hours.
4. Remove container from fridge and the pouch from jar.
5. Enjoy your freshly brewed Wild Cold Brew Coffee!
Cold Brew Coffee FAQ
How much water do I use per pouch?
24 ounces of water makes a semi-strong concentrate. You can use up to 26-30 ounces, but it gets weaker the more water you add.
What makes cold brew coffee different? It's smoother than hot coffee due to the cold extraction method. The colder the better. You get less of the harsh bitter compounds you get when using hot water to extract.
How do I brew the Wild Cold Brew pouches?
Remember our simple formula for brewing Wild Cold Brew: 24 Hours + 24 ounces of Water in fridge and you have delicious Wild Cold Brew Coffee!
How long does Cold Brew last in the fridge after brewing? While we recommend you consume your cold brew within 3-5 days of brewing for optimum freshness and flavor. That said, in our (accidental) tests, we've found that Wild Cold Brew tastes pretty darn good when left in the fridge for long periods of time.
It's Cool To Be Fair Trade
Fair Trade standards work to keep the planet healthy for many generations to come by prohibiting the use of most harmful chemicals, while also taking measures to protect natural resources. When you choose a Fair Trade Certified product, (like our Wild Cold Brew Coffee,) you can smile knowing that you're helping make a difference now and for the future!
Chilling With Cold Brew
Cold brew is not the same as iced coffee. Iced coffee is simply regular coffee that’s served over ice. Cold brew is steeped and it’s time, rather than heat that extracts the flavor, caffeine, and sugars from the coffee beans.
Because heat is used when brewing drip coffee, it can produce a bitter flavor to the finished brew, so cold brew coffee can be better for drinkers with sensitive stomachs. Cold brew coffee is often described as having a sweeter taste because of its lower acidity. Grab a Wild Cold Brew Pouch and try it out for yourself!
Wild Cold Brew Coffee Resources
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How To Make Cold Brew At Home With Our Fresh Cold Brew Pouches
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Coffee And Health
The Differences Between Coffee And Tea
Wild Cold Brew Coffee FAQ's
Use 24 ounces of water for a smooth and delicious ready-to-drink cold brew coffee. You can dilute this brew with another 4-6oz of water to suit your taste. (But really, we don't recommend that!)
Here is our article on cold brew. Check it out!
Remember this simple formula: 24 + 24 = 24 Hours + 24 ounces Water in covered container in a cold fridge and you have delicious cold brew Wild Coffee!
While we recommend you consume your cold brew within 3-5 days of brewing, it keeps quite well for extended periods of time. We can't recommend anything beyond two weeks because the flavor will deteriorate, but in our tests, it still tastes pretty darn good when left in the fridge for long periods of time!
Check out our sister company Wild Cold Brew for Austin delivered freshly brewed cold brew!
All Wild Coffee and Wild Cold Brew products are fresh roasted each Monday morning. We pick them up from the roaster Wednesdays (this gives the coffee a day to "rest" as it needs to) and send out packages that afternoon and Thursday!
Yes, but not coffee products. Because freshness is an issue, we don't ship Wild Coffee or Wild Cold Brew outside of the US.