Cold Drip Coffee is essentially a variation of Cold Brew coffee. Admittedly Cold Brew is a contradiction in terms. But apart from this small discrepancy, many people’s toenails roll up when they think of cold coffee. Because let’s be honest: cold coffee just doesn’t taste good!
Or do you?
We tell you everything you need to know about Cold Brew coffee and Cold Drip coffee. And why you should definitely try it.
Cold Brew coffee – much more than cold coffee.
Cold Brew How To’s and recipes
Learn how to prepare your coffee cold and make cold brew coffee yourself.
A piece of coffee history: the Cold Drip Coffee
Cold Brew and Cold Drip Coffee are also called “Dutch Coffee”. The term dates back to the 17th century. At that time, Dutch traders on their travels through Asia did not always have the opportunity to brew their coffee hot. That is why they developed this method.
In this way, they did not have to give up the pleasure of coffee. They could even pre-produce it in large quantities and transport it with them on their journeys. This is because cold brewed coffee can be kept and enjoyed for up to three weeks.
Cold brewed coffee also contains fewer acids and bitter substances than hot brewed coffee. It is therefore not only a source of energy, but also a delicious refreshment when served ice-cold.