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Cold Brewing is pretty simple and is exactly what it sounds like. Coffee brewed with cold water, using a long period of time instead of heat to extract from the beans. The end result is a smooth, naturally sweet, coffee that lacks the bitterness and acidity you’ll find in a traditional iced coffee.

Although Cold Brew is relatively new on the beverage shelf, its deep roots date back centuries to ancient Japan and 18th century French Soldiers. We’ve studied the traditional methods of Cold Brewing and through our own innovative process, bring you Canada’s Finest Quality Cold Brew Coffee.

All of our Coffee is handcrafted and packaged at our Brewery which we’ve coined “Canada’s First Coffee Brewery”. Located just outside of Downtown Toronto, this is our hub for all things Cold Brew. It’s here where we are meticulously dedicated to our craft and ensure that every drop of coffee that leaves the building meets our quality standards. This attention to detail is what we feel truly sets us apart.
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We are committed to sourcing the best quality, certified organic coffee. Our beans are responsibly sourced using fair trade policies to support our commitment to outstanding coffee, growing community and improving the lives of every person involved the process.
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Through our own innovative process, our beans are infused in cold water for 18 hours and brewed in small batches to guarantee quality and consistency.
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Our Cold Brew Coffee is infused with Nitrogen and pushed through our custom filtration system.
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We take our craft very seriously and take our time to do things well without cutting corners. That is why every drop that leaves our brewery is approved by our Brewmaster & Co-Founder, Mike Roy.
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We package our Cold Brew Coffee ourselves at our Coffee Brewery. Available in 5 formats - something for everyone at any point in your day.
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Cold Brew Coffee is the all-natural solution to artificial, sugar packed beverages that no longer resonate with educated consumers. Finally, the intersection of quality & convenience in coffee.