Cold-brew coffee gets its name from a process that, unlike hot coffee, requires advance planning. Fortunately, the actual effort is minimal, and the rewards enormous.
By infusing water with whole beans over an extended period of time, your coffee is rich, smooth, and notably lower in acidity.
We created a visualization of our ultimate cold-brew coffee recipe. It serves four, but can easily be doubled or halved, depending on your coffee-drinking needs. The concentrate is best drunk within two days of filtering.
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Now, doesn’t that look easy?