How to make cold brew coffee using a Filter-in Coffee Bottle | The perfect iced coffee cold brew recipe
Crisp, cold, uber-clear and zingy.
One of the simplest ways of making iced coffee, cold brew is incredibly forgiving and simple to make. Much nicer than making a hot espresso and diluting it with water, this brings out the smooth, clear sweetness of coffee without any bitterness. Give it a go, you'll never look back.
Yield: 750 ml or approximately 4 servings
55g of coarse ground (like kosher salt) or pre-ground filter coffee
750g/ml of approximately of cold filtered water
Overall Brew Time 8-15 hours
Cold Brew Bottle
Optional but useful:
Let’s do it
1. Grind and weigh your coffee
Weigh out 55g of coffee and coarsely grind it, or just use filter coffee if you don't have a grinder
2. Add the coffee
Twist open the filter, add the coffee to the bottom compartment and reattach the top of the filter.
3. Attach the top of the bottle
Twist the filter into the top of the cold brew bottle, and then attach the filter and top of the bottle to the glass bottle.
4. Add the water
Open the silicone cap and slowly pour in the cold water. Put the cap on again and give it a gentle shaking.
5. Let it brew
Let it brew for 8-15 hours. Experiment with shorter or longer times to suit your taste.
7. Shake it and pour, then enjoy!
Shake it gently to stir the coffee, remove the filter and coffee grounds and pour it over ice. Now enjoy an amazing cold brew. Keep it in the fridge for up to 3 days - assuming it lasts that long!
Can't decide what beans to use? For something ethical, refreshing and super-unique, you must try the Rwanda Agraciro 1 Smallholder single origin beans. Looking for a massive caffeine hit? Give the High Caffeine Blend a go. Want a brilliant all-rounder? You'll love The Rainforest Medium Blend beans. Happy brewing!
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