How to brew a Cold Brew
- A great method for hot summer days.
- It is extracted over 12-24
hours in cold water.
- Contains 70% less acids and bitter substances compared to hot brews
- It tastes fruity and refreshing
What you will need:
- Filter Paper
- 100g of coarse beans
- 1000g of water (room/fridge temp)
The total brewing time for this is between 12-24 hours.
- If you’d like to spice your cold brew up with some fruity flavours later, a cold brew concentrate is the way to go.
- Use 100g of coffee per 1 liter of cold water.
- Put the ground coffee in the sieve of the cold brew maker and fill it with 1 liter of water, stirring well. If you don’t have such a device, add the ground coffee in a big bottle and fill it up with water. Put it in a fridge and stir it regularly.
After 12-24 h in the fridge you can filter off the ground, we recommend using a chemex for such experiments.
This is the stage where you can add your fruit juice if you’d like. At Coffee Annan we prefer it pure, though.
The shape of the Chemex helps the coffee cool down to the ideal drinking temperature.