Two glasses of cold brew coffee with ice

Make Cold Brew With Your AeroPress Coffee Maker

Make cold brew coffee in just two minutes with our go-to recipe.

A glass of cold brew coffee with milk and ice

The best cold brew starts here

Once a niche brewing method, cold brew coffee began showing up on many more cafe menus worldwide around 2015. The cold drink was a hot trend, but people wanted to find a way to make cold brew coffee at home without having to wait for hours. While making cold brew coffee using a cheesecloth or a french press can take 12-24 hours, AeroPress coffee makers can make cold brew in just two minutes using a medium-fine grind coffee and a brisk one-minute stir time. By optimizing the contact between the coffee grounds and water, we are able to efficiently extract those rich and delicious flavors you’re looking for.

glass of cold brew coffee with ice

Our cold brew coffee recipe

◾  Add 1 rounded scoop of medium-fine grind coffee
◾  Add room temperature or cold water up to (2) on the chamber
◾  Stir briskly for 1 minute (don’t skip this step!)
◾  Press gently
◾  Add room temperature or ice water to make an 8 oz (237 ml) cold brew and add any milk or flavorings you like. Enjoy!

Why we love cold brew coffee

Why we love cold brew coffee

Cold brew coffee often brings out a unique flavor profile that’s sweet and chocolatey. While hot coffee can be highly acidic, cold brew coffee has lower acidity levels and is often less bitter. Those with sensitive stomachs typically find cold brew coffee easier to tolerate.

Watch the cold brew demo

Since 2014, European Coffee Trip has been exploring and documenting the European specialty coffee scene. They also created AeroPress Movie, a documentary that chronicles the invention of the AeroPress Original and the rise of the World AeroPress Championship. Watch their tips on making cold brew coffee with AeroPress coffee makers and get an exclusive cold brew coffee recipe!

Make Iced Coffee With Cold Brew

Make Iced Coffee With Cold Brew

The perfect pick-me-up

Let’s get one thing straight—cold brew coffee and iced coffee are two different things. While cold brew is made using a unique brewing process, iced coffee is simply regular coffee served over ice! We love making iced coffee for an energy boost in the afternoon or in the morning during the hotter months. If you’re looking to cut sugar from your diet, iced coffee is a great replacement for drinking soda throughout the day. Drink it with milk, flavorings or your favorite milk alternative—the choice is yours.