August 6, 2007

Toddy Cafe Cold Brew Coffee System

41E5Cdkrjxl. Aa280

We have only had Toddy coffee at Seattle's Best called the Naughty Toddy. It's nice to see the original Toddy can be purchased for your home instead of having to go to your local coffee shop. The Toddy system was created in 1964 by Todd Simpson. He developed and patented a cold brew system that, using regular Arabica coffee beans, creates a cup of steaming HOT coffee with 67% LESS ACID. It doesn't produce it steaming actually, because the end result is a coffee concentrate you mix with hot water or hot milk.

We like the single serving size (as you can use the Toddy coffee concentrate that you make for one cup at time), and we also like the fact you can store the leftover coffee in the fridge cold Toddy coffee later in the day. The part we don't like is making the coffee 12 hours in advance to enjoy the next day. You can read more about the entire Toddy brew process, but we would imagine using the Toddy System for iced coffee and not for hot coffee due to the prep.

At Toddy Cafe Cold Brew Coffee System

Read More in: Coffee Concentrates & Extracts | Whole Bean and Ground Coffeee

Share this Article with others: social bookmarking

Related Articles:

Came straight to this page? Visit Single Serve Coffee for all the latest news.

Posted by Jay Brewer at August 6, 2007 9:34 AM

Recent Comments
Post a comment









Remember personal info?




Please enter the letter "r" in the field below:
Please press Post only once. Submission of comments takes up to 20 seconds because of Spam Filtering.

Join the Mailing List Mailing List
Enter your Email

Subscribe - RSS

facebook_badge.jpg twitter_badge.jpg

Recent Reviews
Recent Comments
AO: LOVE this thing! One of my best coffee purchases ever! read more
Rodney Phinney: Have been trying to find this coffee at Sam's Club read more
AO: This is good to see. However, I would be much read more
AO: Couple notes on the above comment: I have a couple read more
Gwen Patton: I got a set of these years ago, hoping they'd read more
SSC Forums

FoodPire

This weblog is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

Visit our other properties at Blogpire.com!

All items Copyright © 1999-2014 Blogpire Productions. Please read our Disclaimer and Privacy Policy