The Overnighter Cold Brew

$16.00

chocolate fudge, molasses, cinnamon

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Description

Our Cold Brew Blend is specifically designed to taste amazing when brewed in this slow steeped method of brewing. We have found that really bright, fruit forward coffees don’t lend themselves as well to this method of brewing so we select coffees that are balanced and sweet. This season’s Overnighter is a coffee from the Veloso family in the Minas Gerais region of Brazil: it’s nutty, mild, and just perfect on ice.

At our cafes we let our coarsely ground Cold Brew Blend sit with water for 18 hours. To make it at home, simply combine 1 bag of this coffee to 7 cups of water and let it mellow. Separate your grounds from the resulting concentrate using a strainer lined with cheese cloth and voila! you have cold brew concentrate. Dilute with water or milk to taste and enjoy it at home!

Pro Tip: A coarse grind works best for making cold brew. If you’d like us to grind your coffee for you, please select “Percolator / Cold Brew”.

Freshly Roasted: All orders are roasted on Monday and Thursday and are shipped on the same day. Note that if you order Two-Day Shipping after 7am on any given day, your order will be processed the following roast day. We do this to ensure your coffee arrives to you as fresh as possible!

Details

  • Type

    Type

    Blend
  • Origin

    Origin

    Minas Gerais, Brazil
  • Producer

    Producer

    Mariana Veloso
  • variety

    variety

    Red Catuaí
  • Elevation

    Elevation

    1,066 MASL
  • Process

    Process

    Natural

At the Source

Farmed in the Cerrado Miniero region in the countryside of coffee-rich Minas Gerais, Brazil, Veloso Coffee has been producing specialty coffees in this region for decades, embodying the wisdom passed on from generation to generation and embracing sustainable innovation. This coffee, which comes from the Veloso family’s Paraiso and Santa Cecilia farms, is a perfect example of the microterroirs the family is careful to study and cultivate on their land.

View of Veloso Coffee's landscape