Cold brewed coffee has a vastly improved flavor when contrasted with general brewed hot coffee since it is up to 67% less acidic. As the less acid permits you to enjoy each of the flavors that you might be enjoying in your coffee. The cold-brewed coffee will give the bet chocolaty, roast perfection that you were missing out on while brewing your coffee hot.
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How to cold brew:
- Ingredients: Coarsely ground coffee and cold water.
- Equipment: French press
Utilizing a standard 8 cup French press
- Place 4 Oz of coarse ground coffee to the lower part of the French press.
- Add 3 cups of cold or room temperature water over the grounds tenderly.
- Slowly mix to get each ground wet.
- Let it sit for 14-16 hours at room temperature.
- For putting your brew in the fridge, press and strain it into a covered container or vessel.
- Now, you have a cold brew concentrate: while serving mix one part of coffee with one part of water.
Serving cold brew coffee.
The cold-brew concentrate can be served in both hot and iced coffee.
Serving iced coffee:
- Empty one part of coffee concentrate into a glass and add one section of water.
- Then in this mixture, add the desired quantity of ice cubes.
- Add the remaining ingredients (milk or cream, sugar) and mix thoroughly and enjoy the incredibly smooth brewed coffee.
Serving hot (cold brewed):
- Empty one section of coffee into a coffee cup and add one section of water.
- Place in microwave for 1-2 minutes, or until it reaches the desired temperature.
- Mix with the addition of cream and sugar. Enjoy the amazingly smooth hot coffee.