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Make Cold Brew at Home With Wicked Joe Organic Coffee! @WickedJoeCoffee #DIY


Attention all coffee addicts! this post is for you! since the kids have been home from school on Summer break I haven’t really been able to go on any coffee runs which is actually a great thing because I’ve been saving a hell of a lot of money! and with all the time that I’ve spent at home, I decided to perfect my coffee skills.

I was recently introduced to Wicked Joe Organic Coffees. Based in Maine, Wicked Joe is a family-owned coffee company that is committed to producing 100% certified organic exceptional coffees using sustainable business practices from crop-to-cup. I sampled the Sumatra and Breakfast Blend and thought they’d make great for a cold brew morning coffee!





After being stored and chilled over night in the refrigerator … this is what it came out looking like …



A little almond milk to sweeten it up …




In a mason jar, stir together 1/3 cup of Wicked Joe Organic Coffee Breakfast Blend and 1 and 1/2 cups of cold water. Cover and store in refrigerator overnight.  In the morning, strain at least twice through a fine-mesh sieve or a sieve lined with a coffee filter. Since my coffee was already cold, I simply added almond, a few spoons of sugar and voila! a delicious cold brew coffee to get you through the hot days of summer. Enjoy!

About Wicked Joe Coffee

100% of Wicked Joe coffee is certified organic and is roasted in their state of the art energy efficient facility. To complement their sustainable business practices all of wicked Joes coffee beans are purchased directly from farmers and cooperatives across the globe.

For more information about Wicked Joe, please visit




*Disclosure: Thanks to @WickedJoeCoffee for sending over samples to review. As always The content and opinions expressed here are of my own. 

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