Cold Brew Coffee
Cold Brew is a method of brewing coffee where the grounds are steeped in cold or room temperature water for an extended period. Unlike traditional hot brewing methods, cold brew relies on time to slowly extract the flavors, oils, and caffeine, resulting in a smoother and less acidic beverage!
It is often served over ice cubes, diluted with water, milk, or other additives to create a refreshing and mellow iced coffee drink!
Coarsely grind 50 g of coffee beans
Transfer the ground coffee to the recipient you’re brewing it. Weigh 700 g of water and mix with the coffee
Put the lid on the recipient and set it aside at room temperature or in the refrigerator for 18h to brew the coffee
Set a coffee filter in a coffee dripper and sieve the infusion on top of it. Filter the coffee completely. If necessary, repeat the process to remove any coffee grains. The cold brew coffee is ready
Serve it as it is with some ice cubes, or mix it with milk and enjoy!
Yield 700 ml
Coffee Bean50 g
Fine Mesh Sieve