Cold Brewing Organic Coffee

Equipment:
Whole Bean Coffee | Brewing Container | Filter | Large Spoon | Cold Water | Timer | Scale

Choose a container - something that will hold all of your water and coffee grounds.

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Step 1.

Measure: Use scale to weigh coffee according to the chart. We always recommend weighing though you can use measurements if no scale is available. If it seems like a lot of coffee it is. But remember, you’re making a concentrate.

Step 2.

Grind: Grind coffee fresh to a medium drip consistency.

Step 3.

Mix: Add ground coffee and water to the vessel and give it a stir with a spoon so all grounds are saturated.

Step 4.

Steep: Let container steep for designated time. Extraction will take a bit longer in the refrigerator, so use chart to determine the best steep time for you.

Step 5.

Filter: Use filter of choice. Options include cheese cloth, coffee filter, fine mesh strainer or our favorite- mesh bag, to filter out grounds. If making a small batch filter by making in French press.

Step 6.

Finish: You now have a delicious cold brew concentrate! Classic Cold Brew recipe is adding cold water at a 1:1 ratio and pouring over a few ice cubes. You can also use the concentrate as a base for fun coffee drinks and cocktails.

Jim's notes:

This brew method uses a long, cold steep time to extract a smooth concentrate. The concentrate is good for 10 days. Sweet Love Blend is our favorite for this method!

Enjoy!