We’re sharing our guide to making the ultimate summer drink at home. With these simple steps you’ll go from avid coffee drinker, to home barista in no time.
Who says you can’t make your cold brew and drink it too?
What you’ll need:
Coarsely grind 100 grams of coffee and place it in your brewing vessel (this can be a jar, a french press, or really anything you can put a lid on).
Pour 750 grams of room temperature, filtered water onto the coffee and close your container.
Leave it on the counter and wait 12 hours (go to bed, if you’d like).
Strain the coffee through a filter of some sort. A paper filter will give you the least grit, but maybe you’ve been doing this in a French Press all along, and you can just pour it out. Or maybe you have a very fine mesh strainer laying around. Or maybe you’ve been using a Toddy-style filter that works like a tea bag: perfect.
Pour over ice and enjoy (this recipe brews coffee at a strength specifically meant to be diluted by ice).
The cold brew should keep for two weeks in your fridge.