Some people know what cold brew coffee is and some don’t.

Some love cold coffee (like we do) and some don’t. (They probably still like it though.)

The thing about cold brew coffee is it is brewed cold or with room temperature water. This results in a less harsh form of extraction that extracts the coffee more slowly compared to the hot method that extracts fast and harsh.

The gentle extraction results in a smoother cup of coffee.

And you can taste the difference big time. Everyone can.

But not all iced coffee is cold brew because some iced coffee is brewed hot then poured over ice or stored in fridge until it cools and then served cold. This is just hot coffee with ice in it.

Not. Even. Close.

Cold Brew wins every time.

Icy cup of cold brew coffee

But making cold brew can be a bit of a chore. If you look around Internet ​Land, you’ll find tutorials that call for a huge pot and a pound of ground coffee. Recipes then typically call for straining through cheese cloth or some other filter method.

The fact is, most people don’t have the equipment or patience to make cold brew coffee the way it’s supposed to be made.

The grind has to be just right and you have to use an exact amount of water. Your beans should be high-quality or your final cup isn’t going to taste that good.

Then you have to strain it in the hopes you can get as much of the coffee in your cup with little to no coffee grounds making their way in as well.

Instead of all that, try our Wild Cold Brew pouches!

We take the guesswork and labor completely out of the equation. All you have to do is add water and our pouches to a jar and put in your fridge.

That’s it.

Then, the next day, you’ll have delicious and ready-to-drink cold brew coffee!

Look below to see just how easy they are… and when you’re ready to get your cold brew fix going, grab them here.

​Making Fresh Cold Brew With Our Wild Cold Brew Pouches

  1. ​​​​​​​​​Fill a mason jar with 24 oz of water.
  2. Place the pouch in the jar and seal (flip upside down to completely submerge pouch).
  3. Place covered jar in fridge for 18-24 hours.
  4. Remove from the fridge and the pouch from jar.
  5. Enjoy your freshly brewed Wild Cold Brew Coffee!