3 Things Cold Brew Lovers Say


Cold brew season is starting and we all have that one friend who is ALLLLLL about it. Some things you might hear from cold brew lovers this summer:

  1. “I don’t like to burn my tongue.” Hard to argue with that.
  2. “Dude, it’s healthier for you.” Actually, it might be! Toddy, the maker of the famed cold brewer, did a study revealing that cold-brewed coffee was 67% less acidic than hot-brewed coffee. If you avoid coffee because of heartburn or a sensitive stomach, cold brew might be right up your alley.
  3. “It’s so easy to make.” It really is though. And because it’s a slow brewing process, cold brew recipes are forgiving so you don’t have to be so precise in your measurements. Let 2 and 1/3 cups of coarsely ground coffee steep in 6 cups of room temperature water for 12 hours. Filter, refrigerate, and enjoy!
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4 Comments on 3 Things Cold Brew Lovers Say

  1. Anonymous // May 3, 2016 at 1:58 pm // Reply

    Should add a fourth to the list: “It just tastes better!”


  2. Hey, I keep explaining to people that the cold brew is different from the hot brew. How do you explain / describe it in coffee industry terms, coffee-speak? For one, the cold brew is a much longer process, is that right?


  3. These days brewing a coffee is not a difficult task.The proper kind of coffee brewing system is significant if you want to have the right taste and aroma of your favourite beverage. In the coffee industry, there is a vast number of brewing devices and there are all centered on a certain brewing method.

    The problem is, there is no single way to brew a cup of coffee. But the advantage is this – flexibility! Because there is no single way to brew one, you can pick a brewing method that can fully satisfy your senses.
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