Cold Brew Coffee

Cold brew is the process of steeping coffee grounds in water that is room temperature or colder, for an extended period of time (12+ hours), to produce a concentrate. This is not the same as an iced coffee, which I will cover in the coming weeks.⁠

Ratio⁠
8:1 water to coffee⁠
125ml (4oz) of water to 14 grams (1/2 oz or 1 tablespoon) of coffee⁠

Water⁠
Room temperature or from the cold tap. We don't want to boil water for a cold brew.⁠

Coffee⁠
Coarse (sea salt)⁠

Method⁠
1. Mix ground coffee and water in a receptacle. This can be anything, a french press, a jar, or anything else. We will be filtering the mixture later.⁠

2. Let the coffee mixture stand in the fridge for 10-18 hours.⁠

3. Filter the coffee using a paper filter or a cheese cloth. Pour the coffee mixture through the filter, removing the grounds. If using a french press, you can press it.⁠

4. Enjoy as is, or add cream and sugar (or honey) to taste!⁠

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