Cold Brewed Coffee ~ Noreen’s Kitchen
Greetings! Today I want to share with you how to make your own cold brewed coffee. If you are a coffee lover and find that it can be too acidic or caffeinated, then cold brewed coffee may be just the thing for you!
Just use a ratio of 1 1/4 cups of ground coffee to 1 quart of water and put them in a jar together and shake or stir well. Place in the fridge and allow to sit a minimum of 8 hours, but 24 is optimal. This will allow the coffee to infuse and become amazing. Instead of the coffee being shocked by hot water and having all the essential oils, acids and tannins force out. This allows the flavors to come out gently and naturally. In the end you have a wonderful, smooth coffee experience.
Cut this by 50% with filtered water or not at all to suit your preference. We prefer a fairly strong coffee blend and just left it as is. We enjoy making iced coffee this way because in the summers we don’t like to fire up the coffee maker because the idea of drinking a hot beverage on a hot humid morning is loathsome!
So here’s to cold brewed coffee! I hope you give this a try and I hope you love it!
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