Cold-Brew Coffee Recipe

If you follow me on Instagram, you'd probably know that I am a bit of a coffee fanatic. About two cups of coffee a day does it. I love exploring different flavors of coffee, trying new coffee shops, sometimes willing to drive an hour for a good cup of coffee.

I recently came across several cold brew coffees at various coffee shops. Curiosity got me exploring the mystery of cold brew, and surprisingly, the process turned out quite simple, just takes time.

Cold brewing makes the best iced coffee, it is smoother and less acidic than hot-brewed. It's especially enjoyable as a latte; I also share that below.

Serving size:
4
servings
Prep
10 min
Cooking
n/a
Ready in
12 hr
Simple
Challenging

Instructions 

Brewing Coffee
Combine ground coffee and water, cover and let it sit for 12-24 hours.
Stir coffee, then strain it through a strainer, lined with a coffee filter. Coffee may take up to an hour to drip through. Store for up to a week in a airtight container.
Latte
Fill half a cup with ice, pour an equal amount of coffee concentrate and milk. Sweeten using a choice of a coffee syrup or condensed milk. You may want to play with the flavoring to your preference, depending on how sweet or strong you like your coffee to be.

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