PREPARATION COLD BREW COFFEE: COLD COFFEE AS A HOT TIP
PREPARATION STEP BY STEP
Cold Brew Coffee - a centuries-old variant of coffee brewing is now in a fresh guise. For some years now, filter coffee in general has been experiencing a welcome renaissance: in times of yoga, mindfulness and deceleration in everyday life, coffee connoisseurs are consciously returning to their roots. The sensual moment when the first over-brewed black-brown coffee drops fall into the pot or cup and the incomparable aroma tickles the nose - who will say no to these relaxing moments? On hot summer days, in addition to latte macchiato and iced mochcacino, you will encounter a still young trend in "cold coffee" in cafés and trendy bars: Cold Brew Coffee. Instead of hot water, melting ice cubes or cold water tickle the valuable coffee aroma out of the coffee powder drop by drop. A wonderful side effect: bitterness and acidity don't stand a chance with this gentle way of brewing coffee. A thoroughly refreshing coffee speciality.
COLD BREW: THE TRENDY COFFEE DRINK FOR SUMMERThe sun is shining, there is a vacation mood and the desire to cool down in combination with the beloved coffee taste arises. Have you ever tried cold brew? The preparation variations are diverse and yet simple. We explain how you can prepare your own Cold Brew. We'll show you how to perfectly stage this extraordinary visual spectacle and experiential mild coffee experience at home without much effort.
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INSTRUCTIONS: PREPARATION COLD BREW - FULL IMMERSION METHOD
Step 1: Mix water with coffee grounds
Use about 10 g of ground coffee per 100 ml. In the direct method, the ground coffee is first added to the vessel and then infused with water.
Step 2: Keep cool and let rest
Fill the coffee with water. Cover the container with cling film and then place in the refrigerator for 24 hours.
Step 3: Filter coffee grounds
Now pour the cold coffee through a filter to filter out the coffee grounds.
Step 4: Sit back and enjoy
Transfer the coffee into a glass, with ice cubes if desired, and enjoy the refreshing coffee drink!
Italian coffee lovers are quite partial to chilled coffee bean specialties. Unlike the Iced Moccacino, however, Cold Brew Coffee is less common in the private sphere. Cold brew coffee still belongs to the coffee scene in large metropolises.
Overbrewing with the Dripster opens up numerous possibilities for coffee fans who like to experiment, to influence the strength and consistency of the Cold Brew Coffee themselves. Play a little with the ingredients and the preparation time and discover your own personal favorite coffee. Add a pinch of salt to the Cold Brew Coffee when pouring it over.