Cold Brew (instruction)
A few tips to start
- After letting your coffee steep, you’ll have a concentrate of cold brew that will be very strong. We recommend diluting it with milk or water to taste, although a 1:1 ratio of cold brew to water is a good place to start.
- If you don’t have a brewer designed specifically for cold brew, we love making it in a French press. The French press has a built-in filter and is easy to clean up.
- If you want to make a big batch of cold brew or don’t have a French press, you can steep your coffee in something you already have on-hand, like a pitcher or large mason jar.
We recommend using a 1:8 coffee-to-water ratio
To make 16 oz of cold brew concentrate
Use 2 oz (4 tbsp.) of coarsely ground coffee, & 16 oz water
To make 32 oz of cold brew concentrate
Use 4 oz (8 tbsp.) of coarsely ground coffee & 32 oz water
To make 64 oz of cold brew concentrate
Use 8 oz (16 tbsp.) of coarsely ground coffee & 64 oz water