Cold Brew Coffee



Problem: It's getting warmer out, and hot coffee is just not so refreshing. You need an iced coffee. Do you really feel like waiting in line for bitter and expensive or settling for watered-down and mediocre?

Solution: Grady's Cold Brew New Orleans' style coffee concentrate. Mix it with an equal amount of water or – even better – milk. Add ice. Straw recommended.

Result: You're happily sipping smooth, iced deliciousness. Cold. Strong and intense but not bitter. And you're not still in line. 

Grady's Cold Brew has been brewed and bottled by hand in Brooklyn. What's cold brew? Ground roasted coffee and chicory (that's the New Orleans influence) are mixed with room temperature water and left to steep overnight. It's then filtered to separate the grounds from the liquid. Each beautiful bottle has a 'born on' sticker so you know exactly when the batch was produced.

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Adjust the strength depending on how you like your coffee! Great for your office fridge (plus there's already a blank space for writing your name on the back of the bottle). Try it in the blender with some ice! And here's Grady's favorite drink, Night Coffee: Grady's + milk + vodka

Or try one of these three cold brew hacks that we’ve been loving this summer:

High-Octane Smoothie: Grady’s + Big Spoon Roasters Peanut Cocoa Butter

Blend 1 oz cold brew with 1 banana, 2 Tbsp nut butter and 8 oz milk of choice. Serve over ice.

Dash of Cold Comfort: Grady’s + Hella Bitter Aromatic Bitters

Add two to three dashes of bitters to your cold brew, then sweeten with a little simple syrup.

Perked-Up Cocktail: Grady’s + Roundhouse Spirits Corretto Coffee Liqueur

Mix 1 oz Corretto and 1 oz vodka with 2 oz cold brew. Fill with ice. Top with cream. Yes, cream. 

  • $17.75 for a 32 oz bottle