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How To Make Cold Brew Coffee At Home

When the weather turns warmer, there's nothing quite like a refreshing cup of cold brew coffee to help you wake up and feel refreshed. Cold brew is made by steeping coarsely ground coffee beans in cold water for 12-24 hours, resulting in a coffee that is smooth, less acidic, and less bitter than traditional hot brewed coffee.

Plus, making cold brew coffee at home is easy and affordable! All you need is a few simple ingredients and a little bit of time.

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to make cold brew coffee at home:

1. Gather your ingredients. You will need coarsely ground coffee beans, water, and a container to steep the coffee in. A mason jar or French press work well. You will also need a filter to strain the coffee when it is finished steeping.

2. Measure the coffee and water. For a strong cold brew, use a ratio of 1 part coffee to 4 parts water. For a weaker cold brew, use a ratio of 1 part coffee to 6 parts water.

3. Grind the coffee beans. The coffee beans should be coarsely ground. If you grind them too finely, the cold brew will be bitter.

4. Add the coffee to the container. Add the ground coffee to the container.

5. Add the water. Pour the water over the coffee.

6. Steep the coffee. Put the lid on the container and let the coffee steep in the refrigerator for 12-24 hours.

7. Strain the coffee. After the coffee has steeped, strain it through a filter into a clean container.

8. Enjoy! Your cold brew coffee is ready to drink. You can store it in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

Here are some additional tips for making cold brew coffee at home:

* Use filtered water for the best flavor.

* Use a dark roast coffee for a stronger flavor.

* If you don't have a French press or mason jar, you can use a pitcher with a lid. Just make sure that the pitcher is big enough to hold the coffee and water.

* You can experiment with different ratios of coffee to water to find your perfect flavor.

* If you want a sweeter cold brew, you can add sugar or sweetener to it when you strain it.

* You can also add milk, cream, or flavored syrups to your cold brew coffee.

We recommend a good and organic coffee to make it a little more nutritious and delicious!

An image of the cold brew coffee making process.

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