Stumptown Cold Brew Coffee

20131009-050459.jpg Good coffee really is worth the extra pennies. Stumptown, from Portland, has always been at the top of our list for one of our very favorites. I drink an iced coffee every morning, whether the temp is 8 degrees or 98. Always have. I was delighted to come across these nifty bottles that Stumptown is now creating with their cold brew. Also known as ‘cold press’ or ‘toddy coffee’ it is brewed without heat over a long duration. The freshly roasted coffee is steeped for 12 hours with room temperature water, using a double filtration process. It produces a full-bodied brew that is complex with a tad of sweetness. Plus I am crazy for the design of that little bottle. Easy for transport and handy to have a few extra bottles around at the ready in the fridge.

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  1. This is so “good to know about”! Thank you, Ted!
    I hope that you and your guests enjoy the event at Masins.
    w/L

  2. Bonjour Ted,
    are tickets still available for tomorrow night? if they are I would love to go!
    a bientot
    Brooke

  3. Should double flirtation process really be filtration process? I would love to see coffee beans actually flirt with one another. 🙂

  4. Stumptown is a favorite ever since visiting in Portland! Now my morning coffee is made with Hairbender beans! Will have to add a visit there next time I’m in Seattle for cold-brew! Yum!

  5. Coffee Toddy is the smoothest form of delicious coffee! So smooth it actually feels different in your mouth. Stumptown’s “keeper” bottle will be fun to use. We used to put our refrigerated toddy in a Mateus Rose bottle! Those were the days my friend…

  6. Richie McDade

    I’ve been looking to purchase this coffee for recipes and can’t find a site that sells it. please help me with this problem.

  7. I think you just need to call Stumptown directly and they will see you the coffee. Best, Ted

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