Roughly 13 years ago, Oskar Blues brought canned beer to the craft world, and now they are ready to pioneer the same trail in the coffee market with Hotbox Roasters. The first line of coffee in a can is sourced from Bolivia, Kenya, and Indonesia and packaged in 32-ounce recyclable resealable crowler cans. It's all fair trade sourcing right now, but don't be surprised if the Oskar Blues team is roasting their own beans soon as well.
It's certainly not the only cold brew coffee out there. But it's among the strongest. La Colombe Pure Black Cold Brew Coffee is steeped for 16 hours in stainless steel wine tanks, then pressed and filtered twice. The result is a drink that's rich, smooth, and filled with coffee flavor. Best when poured over ice, or used as an ingredient in other drinks or recipes.
Paper filters, coffee particles, and sludgy leftovers are a thing of the past thanks to the Duo Coffee Steeper from Fellow. Just add coffee, and hot water into the well designed carafe, stir it up and wait for Duo to do its work. After 3 or 4 minutes, simply twist the top and watch the coffee filter into the lower chamber, then pour and enjoy. Duo makes up to four cups of coffee, and can even make cold press or Japanese-style iced coffee. It fits perfectly in your hand and pours effortlessly into your cup.
When it comes to coffee, freshness matters. A lot. Which is why the Moustache Coffee Club roasts and ships your coffee on the same day. In most cases, you get your beans so quickly that you need to read the Recommended Drink Date to make sure you don't start brewing too soon. As for the beans themselves, they're different nearly every shipment, sourced from single origins and hand selected by the Moustache team. Weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly plans are available so you can choose one that fits your drinking habits.
Enjoy the cascades of tiny bubbles at home with Stumptown Nitro Cold Brew Coffee. Canned on site at the company's Southeast Portland facility using special 11oz, nitro widget-sporting aluminum cans from Ball cannery in Europe, this alternative to regular coffee tastes great whether you pour it into a glass or drink it straight from the can.
Cold brew coffee is delicious. Now you can have it fresh on tap in your own refrigerator with Wandering Bear Cold Brew Coffee. It's made from freshly-roasted 100% Arabica coffee that steeps in cold, filtered New York City water for 18 hours, giving the drink a bold flavor. And instead of packing it in tiny single-serving bottles, they put it in an eco-friendly box that will fill 12 cups, and use a FlexTap dispenser to keep the dark stuff fresh for up to a month.
Spending extra money on organic fair trade coffee isn't a bad thing. When some of that money goes to help animals in need, it's even better. Grounds & Hounds Coffee offers a range of tasty blends, as well as single origin coffees from Ethiopia, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, and Papau New Guinea. And with every purchase you make, the company gives 20% of the proceeds to no-kill rescue organizations that provide safe haven for dogs in between homes, giving them a second chance while you get your second wind.
Drink iced coffee when it's at its best and freshest with Coil. Up until now, to get iced coffee you had to either water it down using ice, or plan a day in advance by soaking the grounds. With Coil, just pour the hot coffee into the lid or brew it directly into the container. The coffee passes through copper tubing — which can drop the temperature from 210° to 48° in under 4 minutes. Instant gratification and your iced coffee never even touches ice.
Drinking coffee in the wilderness doesn't have to mean accepting a sub-par cup of joe. With the Bush Smarts Camp Coffee Kit, you can make a great-tasting cup no matter where you are. This all-in-one package — perfect for gifting — includes a minimal mesh filter and a BPA-free bottle that you use to brew your coffee cowboy-style, mixing the grinds in with the water and straining them into the two included Kuksas for drinking. As for the coffee itself, it's sourced from Guatemala, and freshly roasted at 21Bean in Queens before being shipped to your door.
Maple syrup. Bacon. Coffee. All staples of any truly tasty breakfast — and now you can get a taste of all three flavors without the excess calories with Maple Bacon Smoked Coffee. Available in one-pound bags, in both whole bean and ground form, this unique brew is created by pouring maple bacon flavoring over the slow smoked beans, allowing them to soak up the flavors that result in a sweet, savory drink that'll leave your kitchen smelling wonderful no matter what you're eating.
Unless you live in NYC or the Bay Area, odds are you haven't had the pleasure of sipping on a cup of Blue Bottle Coffee. But now, thanks to their new subscription service, you can enjoy their fine brews no matter where you live. You can choose to receive your beans in 6-oz, 12-oz, 24-oz, or 36-oz increments, and get your choice of three subscription options: the Origin, which changes bi-weekly and includes a different single origin coffee every time, the Blend, which is a rotation of the company's drip coffee blends, or the Espresso, which is a rotation of espresso blends, with the occasional single origin thrown in for variety. It's like having a shop right in your kitchen.
We'd be the first to admit that "sludge" isn't typically the type of word we like associated with our drinks, but in the case of Seaworth Single Fin Sludge Cold Brew Coffee, we'll gladly make an exception. This thick, concentrated cold brew offers tons of coffee bean flavor with minimal acid, giving it a rich buttery taste that's great over ice or warmed up. And thanks to a caffeine content that's nearly four times higher than a regular cup of coffee, you won't be needing another glass nearly as often.
Do you have access to hot water or milk? Then you have access to coffee — provided you remembered to pack yourself some Jiva Coffee Cubes. Made from premium Colombian Arabica beans and unrefined cane sugar, these compressed cubes are available in five flavors, and are ready to use anywhere you can find hot water. Just drop the cube in, wait 30 seconds, stir, and enjoy. Great for hiking, camping, or when traveling to remote regions where the best coffee available comes from McDonalds.
We know what you're thinking, but unfortunately, Bulletproof Coffee didn't get its name from providing you with superhero-like toughness — but it can provide heroic levels of focus. It starts with the beans, which are chosen to deliver maximum alertness, and finishes with the MCT oil, which improved memory and cognition while promoting fat burning. Add in a little unsalted grass-fed butter, and you've got a delicious way to start your day that will keep you focused and energized all day long.
Make yourself an excellent cup of coffee wherever you go with these Grower's Cup Coffeebrewers. Filled with freshly ground single estate specialty coffees — that isn't Maxwell House in there — these smart pouches let you pour hot water into the pouch, then wait for 2-4 minutes as the pouch uses the pour-over method to brew up a great cup of joe with the rich taste of a French press. When it's ready, simply take the cap off the spout, grab your favorite mug, and pour — and you can even put the cap back on to keep the rest of it warm. Combining on the go convenience and terrific quality, they're the best of both worlds.
Each morning you wake up to your morning coffee fix — you need it to get yourself going, be productive, and function at your best — but if your coffee did something more, now that would really be something. Sure, Toms Coffee gives you the jolt you need in the morning, but it also helps people in need get drinking water through their partnership with Water For People (a week's worth of water for each bag of coffee). And even though they're better known for their shoes, Toms has figured out the key to great coffee, with quality sourcing, careful processes, and roasting right here in the USA.
There are some things in life that are just made to go together — cookies and milk, peanut butter and jelly, spaghetti and meatballs — and of course, whiskey and coffee. With Whiskey Barrel Coffee, you get the best of two great things, blended together for a beverage that's at once sweet, smooth, and smoky. Green coffee beans are aged in authentic bourbon barrels, infusing them with the taste of whiskey, and then they're roasted in a vintage European roaster for a rich, full-bodied taste. The whole beans are then stored in wax-sealed, labeled, and numbered bottles, ready for you to grind at home for fresh, great coffee.
Sipping on a cup of cold brewed coffee during the afternoon sure beats crushing a high fructose corn syrup soda, but it's usually a more expensive and more difficult process. The makers of Cold Bruer ($50) know that, and want to make it easier for you to brew at home. The system features a clean, sleek design which is highlighted during a visually appealing process. Kick the soda to the curb and save the cash from your coffee jar in favor of something that looks good and tastes better.