Cold brew tones down the acidity of a coffee and often has a silky mouthfeel. The cold brew process also accentuates natural sweetness and rounds out sharpness to produce a well-balanced cup.
This coffee is a very versatile brew method because it’s easy, consistent and will keep fresh in the fridge for up to three weeks.
- 1. Ground coffee is poured into a cloth filter that sits inside a chamber with a closed valve.
- 2. Cold water is poured into the coffee and a perforated plastic cover is placed on top of the brew.
- 3. After the coffee has extracted for 18 hours the valve is released and the coffee is filtered through the cloth into a vessel below.