Ultrasonic Brews,
a new way to drink ... well anything!

Ultrasonic extracted coffee and tea concentrates

The best quality ingredients, extracted with special care

Tea leaves and mug snuggling.
Roasted coffee beans

Why Ultrasonics?

Ultrasonics can enhance extractions in a number of ways. We bring this to you through the production of our concentrate bottles which we have at events and for dropoff in San Diego county.

  • No bitterness or acidity
  • Long lasting
  • Exotic ingredients
  • Cold brew
  • Quick drink preperation
  • Higher caffeine
    (when present)
  • Higher fiber
Roasted coffee beans
Roasted coffee beans
Wood cask, one of our ingredients.

Exotic Ingredients

Ultrasonics are capable of extracting from woods with greatly enhanced efficiency. This allows us to use woods that can be infused with various spirits to make alcohol free, cask infused brews.


They are also known to extract well from peels and excellently preserved the extracted oils.

Easy home prepared drink

Quick & Easy Drink Prep

Our drinks can be made hot or cold. To make a cup (8 oz.), simply add a shot (1 oz.) of brew. It can also be added to existing beverages to enhance flavor.


Our drinks are good for at least 4 months stored in the fridge, opened or closed, from the manufacture date. This process removed oxygen and other gases from the solution, greatly enhancing shelf stability.

Varied amounts of coffee added

More Natural Sugars, Fats

Since our process is raw and does not exceed room temperature, this preserves the sugars and fats that would otherwise be damaged at high temperatures. This results in a smooth cup everytime, without needing to brew yourself.

Ultrasonic Cavitation

Mantis shrimp loves ultrasonics.

Ultrasonics refer to frequencies within water or air that occur more than 20,000 times a second, beyond human hearing.


Vibrating metal can channel energies at these frequencies through water, and glass.  Due to the extremes in pressure in such a short space, it is highly unstable and energetic. Microscopic vacuum bubbles open up, and then immediately implode. This implosion is how we brew!


These are similar, if smaller, versions of what a mantis shrimp can make!

Repeated waves of energy going through water

Us At Events!

Mark W and Costumer

Our goal is to introduce people to this method of brewing. To do this, at our events we are sure to provide plenty of free samples so that everyone can try and perhaps buy our bottled concentrate.


Feel free to join us to chat about science, coffee, the weather, whatever. If you can't nerd out here about these kind of thing, where would you?


Contact Us

For any problems, concerns, questions, or order information we welcome you to email Mark Wallen at Mark@OddFareAffairs.com


Our instragram can be found at @OddFareAffairs

Logo of Odd Fare Affairs coffee and tea.

Fiber-full Fun

Our brewing method allows for enhanced inclusion of insoluble particles and, conseqently, insoluble flavors. The grounds, however small they start, are then further processed by the ultrasonics to be even finely particulated and bored through. Surprisingly, the resulting grounds are not bitter at all and are much easier to consume than normal grounds. In addition to the particle formation, low temperatures preserve flavors within the grounds as well as the solution. Finally, killing of organisms that could also excrete unsavory slavors leads to a unique brew with tons of fiber for your morning, or otherwise timed, rituals.

Art representing the holes and channels that ultrasonics can form in material.

Ultrasonics in Depth

Ultrasonics is a different way of extracting coffees and teas than current methods of long, cold brewing and hot brewing. Instead of temperature, we rely largely on radical formation (like thermal heating can create) and physical destruction originating from microscopic implosions. These implosions form due to extremes in pressure which are generated from a piece of lab equipment, an ultrasonicator. These machines have metal walls that vibrate very fast (>20,000 times a second) and very powerfully to create this brewing effect. Our company logo shows the beginning stages of this, with a microscopic bubble in the center of violently churning water about to implode.

Ultrasonics are commonly used in a number of industries. Whisky producers use ultrasonics to speed age their product. Dentistry has used ultrasonics to clean equipment of microorganisms. Machine shops use ultrasonics to clean parts of material efficiently in a way that doesn’t damage the part. Biochemists use ultrasonic to extract active enzymes from various cells. While ultrasonics is often used in the food industry, its use commercially for extracting coffees and teas is relatively unexplored.

A problem with hot brewing is increased chances of elevated temperatures destroying flavorful or texture promoting molecules in a coffee or tea. On the other hand, cold brews have a problem with microorganism consuming flavorful molecules during the brewing process alongside long term exposure to reactive oxygen. In addition, the current heat based pasteurization solution for cold brews negates one huge benefit of cold brew, that being the preservation of heat sensitive flavors.


Applications of power ultrasound in food processing


Applications of ultrasound in food and bioprocessing


Ultrasound-assisted extraction of some branded tea: Optimization based on polyphenol content, antioxidant potential and thermodynamic study


Artistic Analogies to Ultrasonic Implosions

Art similar to violence and symmetry of implosions.
The up and down lines could represent the changing pressures.
Huge pressures can occur at the center of these implosions.