Hot Cold Brew? Breve Coffee Shares a Tip

Cold Brew can be Enjoyed HOT!


Cold Brew is simply a type of brewing method. As mentioned on other posts, it does not contain any carbon dioxide therefore there is no crema in this type of brewing method. Water never touches a heating element, therefore the coffee definitely does have a metallic sour taste when using

# coldbrewmethod.


Cold Brew Breve coffee is delicious served over ice or mixed with your favorite type of milk or cream or black, BUT….. it tastes great warmed up in your favorite ceramic coffee mug. Cold Brew coffee has a very different taste than coffee brewed in an automatic brewer, espresso machine , Chemex or even French press. Cold Brew Breve coffee is rich, almost chewy, very strong flavor, which is why it is best to prepare the cold brew using the finest beans available, like Breve Coffee beans, that have been roasted in the past few weeks and ground for 1-2 days prior to use so that all of the naturally exposed coffee oils are drawn to the surface before the brewing process.


Use a Cold Brewing Pitcher or Jar that comes with a filter screen. Fill the filter screen about half full with course ground Breve Coffee, any flavor or blend will work. Fill the pitcher with water, use a long spoon and make sure all of the grounds in the filter are saturated with water. Secure lid. Place in the refrigerator at least 12 hours, or up to 24 hours for a bolder, stronger extraction of coffee oils.


Cold Brew Breve coffee is delicious served over ice or mixed with your favorite type of milk or cream or black, BUT….. it tastes great warmed up in your favorite ceramic coffee mug. Cold Brew coffee has a very different taste than coffee brewed in an automatic brewer, espresso machine, Chemex or even French press. Cold Brew Breve coffee is rich, almost has a chewy texture, very strong flavor, which is why it is best to prepare the cold brew using the finest beans available, like Breve Coffee beans that have been roasted in the past few weeks and ground for 1-2 days prior to use to naturally expose all of the coffee oils before the brewing process.


So enjoy some cold brew Breve Coffee even on a snowy day!



simply warm up the cold brew in a ceramic mug
Cold Brew Coffee Enjoyed as Hot Coffee



Look for the Steam coming out of the mug, Hot Breve Coffee brewed using the cold brew method







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