Cold brewing is the process of steeping coffee grounds in water at cool temperatures for an extended period of time.
Coffee, Equipment and Recipe
A cold brew coffee dripper
Burr coffee grinder
Glass (250-300 ml)
Insert the permanent filter at the bottom of the middle glass beaker.
Add the desired amount of ground coffee into the middle glass beaker.
Fill the top glass beaker with water (ice is optional), at room temperature.
Adjust the drip rate to 40 drops per minute. Monitor and readjust if necessary.
Wait until the extraction is complete (about 6 hours). Dilute with water for a lighter taste (optional).
Serve the coffee in an old fashion glass with ice.