Brewing Kick ass Cold Brew Coffee

Brewing Kick ass Cold Brew Coffee

Cold brew coffee is an invigorating way to savor your morning cup of joe.

The process of crafting brew is straightforward although it does require some time. In this post we will discuss the recipe, for brewing cold brew coffee.


1 pound of coarsely ground coffee beans ( see our online store )
4 cups of cold water
A mason jar or pitcher
A mesh strainer or coffee filter


1. Begin by grinding your coffee beans. It's best to aim for grinds that resemble the size of sea salt.
2. Next place the ground coffee into a mason jar or pitcher. Add 4 cups of water.
3. Give the mixture a stir, for 30 seconds to ensure all the grounds are fully soaked.
4. Cover the jar or pitcher with a lid or plastic wrap. Allow it to sit at room temperature for least 12 hours. Remember, the longer you let it steep, the bolder your coffee will become.
5. Once the steeping process is complete utilize a mesh strainer or coffee filter to separate the liquid from any remaining grounds.
6. Your delectable cold brew is now ready to be savored! Serve it over ice or mix in milk or cream according to your preference.


Here are some tips to help you make the cup of cold brew coffee

1. Experiment, with the steeping time to find your desired strength. Adjusting the duration can have an impact on the flavor profile.

2. Another way to adjust the strength is by playing around with the ratio of coffee to water. Finding the balance can give you that taste.

3. If you make a batch of cold brew coffee you can store it in your refrigerator for up to a week. This way you'll always have an option to go.

4. Cold brew coffee is particularly enjoyable during those scorching summer days when you're looking for something smoother than regular brewed coffee. Why not give this recipe a try? We would love to hear about your experience!

5. One thing; its not recommended to freeze or refrigerate your brewed coffee as it can affect its quality and taste. You can read more, about this topic HERE

Enjoy your cup of cold brew!
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