August 2014 Volume 2, Issue 8| Cold Brew Morning Miracle

Recipe by: Brianna N. EasonYou may remember the article that we did last August on the French Press but we wanted to put a cold spin on this delicious treat for this year.

Cold brew coffee seems to be a trend sweeping the nation. While we are certainly not the first to suggest making it in a French Press, I feel comfortable stating that our French Press is the best for the Job.Why am I so willing to claim this? Like all things newsletter related, I tried it and loved it! The double wall insulation is sort of a mute benefit where the process of cold brew is concerned. The sturdiness of the stainless steel container though is a definite plus as is the fine mesh screen, which eliminates the need for a second filtering.

Combined with the recipe below for Vietnamese coffee, this is my new favorite treat to serve my guests for breakfast or as an afternoon pick-me-up during the summer. I love the image of each guest receiving their own chilled, # 0101 Frieling French Press with cold brew coffee inside, ready to be pressed, next to a high ball glass containing a few ice cubes and sweetened condensed milk. Served alongside a plate piled high with fluffy, buttery croissants, can you imagine a better way to wake up?



August 2014 – Iced, Cold Brew Vietnamese Coffee

Prep Time: 26 hours


  • 1 high ball glass
  • 1 Frieling French Press
  • Ice
  • 2 Tbs sweetened condensed milk
  • Room temperature water
  • 1/2 cup medium ground, strong coffee


  1. Prepare your cold brew coffee:
    a. Begin with medium ground, strong coffee of your choice. Place 1/2 cup in the 8 oz. Frieling    French Press and fill with room temperature water.
    b. Stir, cover with plastic wrap, and allow to sit for 12 – 24 hours.
  2. Once the brewing process has finished, place the French Press in the fridge for 1 hour to chill completely.
  3. When ready to serve, fill a highball glass with 2 Tbs. sweetened condensed milk and ice.
  4. Serve the highball glass and French Press with the lid on it, ready to be pressed to your guest.

Makes 1 serving.
Recipe by: Brianna N. Eason

*Please note that the cold brew coffee method described above creates a coffee concentrate which is roughly 3x stronger than your average cup of coffee. Feel free to dilute your coffee concentrate with water or drink it as is.

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