Costco Kirkland Signature Cold Brew Colombian Coffee Review

Not my favorite cold brew but I love the convenient cans!

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One of my favorite things about summer is cold brew coffee! I was actually told by a friend to pick up the Costco Kirkland Signature Cold Brew Coffee because my friend liked it so much. Here I am reviewing it today!


After my first sip my initial thought was “ohhh this has a bit of a woody flavor”. The more sips I took the less woody it tasted but after my first sip I decided it wasn’t the most amazing cold brew I’ve had. The taste grew on me the more I drank it though. This tastes okay just not amazing! It’s not a strong coffee and the taste is quite mild, almost a little watered down tasting. It basically tastes like a pot of average coffee that’s been cooled and poured into a can. I know my friend REALLY likes these though so it might just be my personal taste. I’m curious to know what others think! I think a bit of cream and sugar would definitely contribute favorably to the taste.


You get a pack of 12 cans of Costco Kirkland Signature Cold Brew for $18.99 Canadian and I paid $1.20 deposit. Definitely not the cheapest.


These are SUPER convenient! I brought a can to work and enjoyed it all morning. I recommend keeping them in the fridge so they’re cold and ready to drink. You can also pour them over ice. Cream and sugar and any other syrups or milks can be added to the cold brew.


One can is 15 calories, five mg of sodium, one gram of protein and two grams of carbohydrates. The ingredients list is short and sweet.

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Although this isn’t my favorite cold brew, I’ll definitely be able to finish my case. They’re not bad, just not amazing! They’re fun to bring to work and very convenient.

Taste: 7/10

Cost: 6/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 10/10

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3 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Cold Brew Colombian Coffee Review”

  1. It’s April’24, and these are no longer available, possibly because of recall event: there may have been 3 cans with a bolt found inside among millions of cans. Tough break if this accurate.
    I am not returning my last 12-pack, and am now drinking my 4th last can.
    I’m searching for an near identical substitute. (no sugar, nor any fats or poisonous artificial sweeteners)
    Personally, I only dilute this coffee with Costco’s unsweetened almond milk.
    Appreciate any similar caffeine content cold brew replacement suggestions!!!
    Very convenient to have these cans when waking up too late to brew coffee in-time to work commute!

  2. Let’s be honest. This tastes exactly like decent coffee left out overnight. It’s exactly like a cold cup that you poured at 10am on a Sunday and found still on the counter 7am Monday morning. It’s bitter, papery, flat, and mellow like well worn socks. It’s not fully disgusting but needs cream, sugar and flavor to not be nasty and disappointing.

  3. I buy these often all year!! I prefer iced coffee over hot.. I pour it in a coffee cup and throw some ice and creamer in and im good to go!


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