Friday, August 13, 2010

cold-brewed coffee

Experimenting with cold-brewed coffee over here, with some good results! You end up with about a cup and a half of strong coffee, which you can then either dilute with water (though this results in an iced coffee similar to regular hot coffee cooled with ice, and defeats the purpose of cold-brewing in the first place)... or you could add milk directly to the concentrate to taste, along with agave, molasses, nutmeg, and whatever else folks are putting in their coffee nowadays.

cold-brewed coffee
1. In a glass, combine 1/3 cup medium-coarse ground coffee with 1.5 cups water and let sit overnight or about 12 hours, covered.
2. Strain the coffee twice with a fine-mesh strainer or through a coffee filter. Voilá! Cold-brewed coffee!

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