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Iced Coffee

How do you make an iced coffee?

almost 2 years ago by Angela H.
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The easiest way to brew iced coffee is to use the so-called "Japanese" method. Use your normal brew method, but make three minor tweaks. First, use half the water you'd normally use. Second, grind the... See full answer
- Matthew B., Chief Coffee Wrangler

What's the best coffee for iced coffee?

almost 2 years ago by Nathan H.
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For cold brew and iced coffee, we recommend low-acid, medium roasts, especially those with caramel or chocolate notes. Generally, try to avoid coffees with specific flavor peaks (floral, fruity, or other), as these will stand... See full answer
- Matthew B., Chief Coffee Wrangler

How do you make cold brew coffee at home?

almost 2 years ago by Robert G.
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Here's my simple recipe for cowboy cold brew. Pick a grinder setting half way between the most coarse setting and what you'd use for drip. Use a ratio of four parts water to one part... See full answer
- Matthew B., Chief Coffee Wrangler

How long does it take to cold brew coffee?

almost 2 years ago by Nathan I.
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The whole idea behind cold brew is to extract coffee from the grinds at a low temperature as a way of reducing the overall acidity of the brewed coffee. Heat, generally in the form of... See full answer
- Matthew B., Chief Coffee Wrangler

Why is cold brew coffee better?

almost 2 years ago by Suzanne F.
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Taste, as they say, isn't disputable! That said, I've found that folks love cold brew for a few simple reasons: It's generally less acidic than other kinds of brewing Cold brew concentrate can be kept... See full answer
- Matthew B., Chief Coffee Wrangler