Are you looking for a refreshing way to enjoy your favorite coffee? Cold brew coffee is the perfect solution. It’s a smooth, less acidic alternative to traditional hot coffee, and it's incredibly easy to make at home. At Twiga Coffee, we believe in providing the highest quality, single-origin, USDA Organic, and Fairtrade beans to create the best possible cold brew. Plus, with every purchase, you’re contributing to wildlife conservation efforts. Let’s dive into what cold brew coffee is, how to make it using Twiga Coffee, and explore the different types of cold brew you can enjoy.

What is Cold Brew Coffee?

Cold brew coffee is a method of brewing coffee using cold water over an extended period, typically 12 to 24 hours. Unlike iced coffee, which is brewed hot and then cooled down, cold brew is never exposed to heat. This results in a smoother, naturally sweeter, and less acidic flavor profile, making it a favorite for coffee lovers, especially during the warmer months.

Why Use Twiga Coffee for Your Cold Brew?

At Twiga Coffee, we are committed to sustainability and quality. Our coffee is single-origin, USDA Organic, and Fairtrade certified. This means that every cup you enjoy supports fair wages for farmers and sustainable farming practices, ensuring the highest quality beans and better living conditions for those who grow them. Plus, with 10% of our sales going to wildlife conservation, you can sip with purpose.

How to Make Cold Brew Coffee with Twiga Coffee


  • 1 cup of Twiga Coffee beans (Ethiopia Sidamo, Rwanda, or any of our single-origin varieties)
  • 4 cups of cold, filtered water


  • Coffee grinder
  • Large jar or pitcher
  • Cheesecloth or coffee filter
  • A strainer


  1. Grind the Beans: Start by grinding 1 cup of Twiga Coffee beans to a coarse consistency, similar to raw sugar. A coarse grind is crucial to prevent over-extraction and bitterness.
  2. Combine Coffee and Water: In a large jar or pitcher, combine the coarsely ground Twiga Coffee with 4 cups of cold, filtered water. Stir gently to ensure all the coffee grounds are saturated.
  3. Steep: Cover the jar or pitcher and let it steep at room temperature or in the refrigerator for 12 to 24 hours. The longer the steeping time, the stronger the brew.
  4. Strain: After steeping, strain the mixture through a cheesecloth or coffee filter into a clean jar or pitcher. This removes the coffee grounds and leaves you with a smooth cold brew concentrate.
  5. Dilute and Serve: Cold brew concentrate is quite strong. To serve, dilute it with an equal part of cold water or milk. Pour over ice and enjoy your refreshing cup of Twiga Coffee cold brew!

Types of Cold Brew Coffee

  1. Classic Cold Brew: Simply dilute your cold brew concentrate with water or milk and enjoy it over ice.
  2. Cold Brew Latte: Mix your cold brew concentrate with milk or a milk alternative, and add a touch of sweetener if desired. This creates a creamy and smooth cold brew latte.
  3. Cold Brew with a Twist: Add a splash of flavored syrup (vanilla, caramel, or hazelnut) to your cold brew for a sweet treat.
  4. Nitro Cold Brew: Infuse your cold brew with nitrogen gas to create a rich, creamy texture with a foamy top. This type of cold brew is often served on tap at specialty coffee shops.

Sip with Purpose

By choosing Twiga Coffee for your cold brew, you’re not only enjoying a premium, single-origin, USDA Organic, and Fairtrade product, but you’re also contributing to wildlife conservation. We donate 10% of our sales to wildlife conservation efforts, ensuring that your coffee experience is both delicious and impactful.


Cold brew coffee is a delightful way to enjoy the rich flavors of Twiga Coffee. With our commitment to quality, sustainability, and conservation, you can feel good about every sip. Whether you prefer a classic cold brew, a creamy latte, or an innovative nitro cold brew, Twiga Coffee is the perfect choice. Start your cold brew journey with us and sip with purpose!

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