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I've been a Barista in high end coffee for about 4 years now. One of the things you learn early on is that it is distasteful to ever ...
Supplies: -6oz of a well roasted coffee -one piece of felt (.29 cents at michaels) -two large coffee filters -a two-liter bottle -thread -scissors
Cut the bottom off of the two-liter bottle.
Use a broad glass to act as a stand for the brewer
Fold a piece of felt
Roll up the felt and stuff it into the opening of the brewer.
Weigh out 6 ounces of a good, quality coffee. Bad coffee will only get you bad cold brew.
Grind to the coarsest possible setting.
Split the coffee into 2-6 coffee filters - it will depend on the size filter you have. If you've got large ones, you can do it in two ...
Tie them off with thread.
Set them in your brewer, fill with a little over 6 cups of good, clean water. Give the water a second to soak into the coffee - you ...
Brew for 12-24 hours, this batch brewed for 14 hours.
Take off the cap and a slow drip should start.
So so close
End product. A super clean, crisp, cold brewed coffee. You can use this as a concentrate and dilute with a few ounces of water or drink it straight ...
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