Cold, creamy and delicious - This chocolatey cold brew recipe is the perfect treat to kickstart your morning!
How To Make Super Cold Brew
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Cold brew is a relatively recent craze in the coffee world, and for good reason! Because the coffee grounds aren't exposed to high temperatures during the brewing process, this means the coffee has a lower acidity, resulting in a sweeter, smoother flavor. And the best part? You don't need to be a highly-skilled barista with crazy brewing contraptions to make some yourself! Our friend Sara Beth shows us that you only need a few supplies and some patience to make delicious at-home cold brew coffee.
DIY Super Cold Brew
Hopping on the cold brew craze is a lot easier than you might think! Our friend Sara Beth shows us that you only need a few supplies and some patience to make delicious at-home cold brew coffee.
- Combine grounds and water (1/4 to 1 ratio) in any airtight container, like a mason jar, and give it a stir or shake.
- Refrigerate for 24-36 hours. (Be patient - this is key!)
- Use cheesecloth or a cotton bandana to strain grounds from liquid. Place the cloth over a strainer or colander and collect the liquid in a bowl below.
- Strained cold brew can be stored in the fridge for 7-9 days. Drink it by itself, or add Super Creamer for a delicious latte!
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