Some basic cold brew coffee tips

Coffee can be made in many different ways. Some people like to use a drip coffee maker, while others prefer an espresso machine. But there’s one method in particular that has become increasingly popular over the past few years: cold brewing. Cold brewing is a process where coffee grounds are steeped in cold water for at least 12 hours. The result is a smooth and less acidic cup of joe, which has become popular among those who like their coffee on the sweeter side. If you’re interested in learning more about cold brewing, and would like some coffee shop-quality brew at home, then here are some tips for cold brewing your own coffee:

-Use freshly ground coffee beans—preferably whole bean, not pre-ground

-Start with cold water (never hot) and pour it over cold coffee grounds.

-Steep the grounds in the water overnight (at least 12 hours) or at least 6 hours.

-Strain your brew through a fine mesh sieve, cheese cloth, or paper filter before serving.

-If you are using a French press, simply strain your brew through a fine mesh sieve or cheese cloth before serving.

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