Summer: (Almost) Unlimited Cold Brew + Recipes

A few months ago, we showed you how to make Cold Brew Concentrate in a French Press. Cold Brew Coffee is still one of the most popular coffee drinks, especially with the temperatures rising. If you don't have the time or patience to make your own concentrate, you can now buy it ready-made.

Caffe Umbria Cold Brew Concentrate

We dreamed of a day when you could have practically unlimited cold brew at your fingertips, without the mess and without the brew time. Our cold brew coffee concentrate is 32 ounces of super smooth, premium coffee concentrate and all you have to do is ADD WATER. This bottle makes one gallon of cold brew coffee, enough for you to drink for days or share with friends. Made with our Bizzarri Blend, a medium-dark roast, 100% Arabica coffee. Innovative, pure & simple. And convenient. 

For smaller quantities, mix 1 part cold brew concentrate to 3 parts water. 

Caffe Umbria Cold Brew Concentrate

The original way to enjoy cold brew is to mix the concentrate with water, but we also love to experiment for some variety. Try these recipes at home, and let us know what you think.

Cold Brew Spritz recipe - concentrate

Cold Brew Sunshine 

Coffee forward with vanilla notes and crisp lemon undertones.


3 ounces cold brew concentrate

3 ounces lemonade

½ ounce vanilla syrup

Club soda


Preparation: Fill a 12 ounce glass with ice, pour cold brew, lemonade and vanilla syrup over the ice, tip with club soda and stir.


Coffee Spritz 

Effervescent cold brew & club soda with a little added sweetness.


4 ounces cold brew concentrate

1 ounce simple syrup

Club soda


Preparation: Fill a 12 ounce glass with ice, pour cold brew concentrate and simple syrup over ice and stir. Top with club soda and stir gently.

You can make your own simple syrup using 1 cup of sugar and 1 cup of water, or substitute with honey or molasses.

You can boost this recipe by adding a little fresh lemon or lime juice.


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