Superlost Cold Brew
How is mainstream Cold Brew Made?
The vast majority of the cold brew on the market is made using a blend (think wine sold in bags) of left over expired coffee, that is then steeped for 6-10 hours.
(Consumers will not even know what country the coffee came from, and it’s steeped for a short amount of time to reduce costs.)
How is Superlost Cold Brew Made?
We source coffee specifically for cold brew. We use a single origin coffee from Tolima, Colombia, that is freshly roasted weekly and is then steeped for 24 hours. (4X longer than our competitors). We then triple filter for a clear look and clean taste.
(The easiest way to think about our cold brew is we sell wine from a single vineyard vs our competitors who sell bagged wine from who knows where)
How to Spot Quality
The key to spotting a quality cold brew is information. Our bottle tells you where the coffee came from, does the one you normally drink do that? If not, you are drinking a blend.
(Our bottles below for example)
Cacao with sweet chocolate notes
~180 mg of caffeine. Buzz buzz.
Water | Single Origin Colombian Coffee (Tolima, Colombia). Yup! 2 Ingredients.
Roasted | Brewed
We roast and brew our coffee in Brooklyn! (taproom coming soon)
3 Months (keep refrigerated)
8oz | 32oz