3 Things Cold Brew Lovers Say

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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!

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!”

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  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?

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  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.

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