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Summer demands a cold cup of joe

When summer hits, just as I swap my boots for sandals, my morning coffee gets a makeover, as well. During past summers I’ve made iced coffee at home, but my efforts were pretty much always a bust. Either I wouldn’t plan sufficiently so that when I poured the piping hot coffee over ice,... Read More >


Hot for cold brewed coffee

When summer hits, just as I swap my boots for sandals, my morning coffee gets a makeover, as well. During past summers I’ve made iced coffee at home, but my efforts were pretty much always a bust. Either I wouldn’t plan sufficiently so that when I poured the piping hot coffee over ice,... Read More >


Lifestyle | Consumer Tech: Cold-brewed coffee at home fills a tall order

Iced coffee, how I used to mock you. Make my coffee hot, black and flowing from a French press or espresso machine, thank you very much. Cream and sugar is fine -- for children. Once you start messing with the temperature and natural flavor of coffee, it's a slippery slope ending in frothy, icy,... Read More >


Feeding Frenzy | Cold Brewed Iced Coffee

After the second New York Times article in as many months on cold brewed iced coffee, I figured I had to give it a shot. Cold-brewed coffee is the traditional method for making iced coffee in New Orleans and has also been bantered about in online food forums like Chowhound and eGullet for several... Read More >


Dining & Wine | Iced Coffee? No Sweat

BEFORE I go telling everybody that the secret to great iced coffee is already in the kitchen, my friend Keller wants me to confess: I didn't know from iced coffee until he showed me the light. It's important to cop to this now, because not a summer goes by that he does not painstakingly remind me,... Read More >


Cool Beans - Cold Brew is the Hottest New Thing On the Iced Coffee Scene

If Seattle's Best Coffee's first New York City outlet is going to win us over this summer, it'll be by serving cold coffee. That's because the 37-year-old coffee biz - No. 2 after Starbucks - relies on a special trick for extra-smooth iced coffee: They cold-brew it. Candace Gibson, who manages the... Read More >


The Dish | Endangered List Iced Storm

Unless you're familiar with coffee concentrate, New Orleans iced coffee is a puzzling ritual. The first time I had it, I watched skeptically as a friend's mother filled a plastic Mardi Gras cup with ice, poured in an inch of inky coffee from a mayonnaise jar, then topped it off with milk. It was as... Read More >


The Dish | Endangered List Iced Storm

Unless you're familiar with coffee concentrate, New Orleans iced coffee is a puzzling ritual. The first time I had it, I watched skeptically as a friend's mother filled a plastic Mardi Gras cup with ice, poured in an inch of inky coffee from a mayonnaise jar, then topped it off with milk. It was as... Read More >


The Today Show - Weekend Edition

The Toddy Cold Brew System was one of four winning coffeemakers - The Toddy, Cuisinart Grind & Brew, Bodum Santos Electric Vacuum, and the Melitta One - tested and selected by Cook's Illustrated for brewing 'the perfect pot of java' at home. Chris Kimball, Founder and Editor... Read More >


Cold-water process system brews coffee with lots of flavor, but low acidity

Coffee: Will it be perked, dripped, boiled, reconstituted or pressed? Or cold-brewed? Odds are, you aren't familiar with this last one, an old process that is making news. A cold-process coffee system is a no-tech, non-electrical extraction method that uses cold water and coarsely ground... Read More >


The Case for Cold Coffee

If you want rich, flavorful coffee that's low in acid and caffeine, unplug your coffeemaker. Instead, use cold water to extract the flavor from beans, and create a brew that the National Coffee Association says has two-thirds less acid and a fraction of the caffeine as hot-brewed java. The... Read More >


Cold-water process brews coffee that has lots of flavor but little acidity

Cold-water process brews coffee that has lots of flavor but little acidityCoffee: Will it be perked, dripped, boiled, reconstituted or pressed? Or cold-brewed? Odds are, you aren't familiar with this last one, an old process that is making news. A cold-process coffee system is a no-tech,... Read More >


Food Futures: Trends To Watch For In 2005

In Vancouver, a food city extraordinaire, it's hard to keep up with rapid-fire changes, discoveries and developments. These are just some of food trends to watch for in the year ahead. COLD-BREWED COFFEE Seattle's Best and other coffee bars have been using cold-brewed coffee for their cold... Read More >


Coffee without the stomach jolt

Love the invigorating aroma of fresh coffee, but a few gulps leave your stomach churning? The Toddy Coffee Maker, which brews coffee without using any heat, could be the solution. The manufacturer claims coffee made this way is 67 less acidic than traditional coffee because the cold-brew system... Read More >


Coffee leaves acid out in the cold

he future of coffee just might be cold - cold-brewed, that is. A simple contraption, the Toddy Cold Brew Coffee System works like this: Pour cold water over coffee grounds and let them steep for 12 hours. Filter out the grounds, and the result is a smooth-tasting coffee concentrate for hot or cold... Read More >


The Toddy Cold-Brew Coffee Maker

(Excerpts from television broadcast feature) Say 'cold coffee,' and most say 'yuck,' unless it's an ice blended drink. But a little known brewing system that's been around for forty years, is now growing in popularity for making both hot and cold coffee. The Toddy Coffee Maker is a low tech,... Read More >


My coffee is cold

A brewing system without heat proves it's a contender when it comes to taste The Toddy, now 40 years old, can also make extracts far less acid from beans than drip coffee. PHOTO: Finished coffee concentrate drips from the brewing pitcher of a Toddy cold brew system. The notion of cold-brewed... Read More >


The Cold Truth About Toddy Coffee

While putting your leftover hot morning coffee in the fridge to drink later over ice is technically cold coffee, it's also technically bad. So say coffee connoisseurs, who swear by cold water and a sturdy filter to make the finest, smoothest cool java. It's an age-old cold-water process used... Read More >


Cold Caffeine

Iced coffee drinks are all the rage at coffeehouses, and now you can make them at home. Toddy Products sells a cold-brew system ($36.50) that turns ground coffee into a low-acid extract to flavor such beverages. It's used by such chains as Gloria Jean's and Seattle's Best for their concoctions. Or... Read More >


Toddy - Does cold brewing deliver a better cup of coffee

Cold brewing with the Toddy promises a milder cup of java with less acidity and caffeine. Steep a full pound of coffee in 9 cups of cold water for 10 to 12 hours and you end up with a carafe of coffee concentrate that can be diluted with hot water for a cup of coffee or ice for iced coffee. We found... Read More >


Coffee That's Kind to Your Stomach

All these years we've been running steaming hot water through coffee grounds to make our morning cup, but now we've discovered cold brewed coffee. This ancient Peruvian brewing method makes better tasting coffee that is 67 percent less acidic than conventional hot brewed coffee and has a fuller,... Read More >


Cold-Brew Coffee Kick

Cold is not a word usually associated with making java, but a growing number of caffeine connoisseurs are snapping up cold-brewing systems like the Toddy Coffee Maker. Ground coffee and cold water go into a plastic brewing container and are allowed to steep for 8 to 12 hours, resulting in a coffee... Read More >


Cold coffee heats up STRANGE brew?

Cold coffee heats up STRANGE brew? The Toddy Coffee Maker, 40 years old this year,produces a flavourful brew without the bitterness Edmonton (Canada) - Here's the scene: A hectic morning, and that fresh pot of coffee near your terminal is steaming in your direction. The phone rings. Four or five... Read More >


Drip, Drip, Drip - Your Cold Coffee Will Be Ready in 12 Hours

Ever since an Ethiopian peasant observed the excited and alert state of his goats after they ate from a certain small tree found high in the hills, as the story of coffee's origin goes, people have tried new ways to enjoy the fruits of the plant. In his book "The Devil's Cup," Stewart Lee Allen... Read More >


A Barista In PJ's

Gourmet brew is invading the home, with countertop machines that can deliver fancy espresso drinks and foamy milk--even freshly roasted beans. But for the serious coffee fiend, the goal is still to come up with a decent cup of joe without having to shed pajamas. So we subjected the new crop of... Read More >

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