What’s the best cold-brew coffee maker for making iced coffee at home?

What’s the best cold-brew coffee maker for making iced coffee at home?

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  1. Okay, so generally iced coffee is a strong hot brew blended with ice or poured over ice. Cold brew is merely coffee brewed cold. The cold brewing process takes longer, but results in less bitterness and less ice necessary to make your iced beverage. Be careful though if you’re an iced coffee lover, because using cooks brew will result in a much stronger drink than hot coffee iced down, so it will not only have a higher caffeine content, but a much stronger coffee flavor. If you’re going to be adding sweeteners or flavoring you’ll need more using cold brew than icing hot coffee. Anyhow, I’ve made cold brew a few different ways, and even purchased some cold brewers. What I’ve learned is that I need to be less of a impulse buyer. This method is much cheaper, and works as good as anything I’ve run across: Buy whole bean coffee and grind it coarse yourself. That’s going to make a huge difference in flavor. Start with 1/4 cup of grounds and throw them on a mason jar with water. Spring water if possible. Shake and let it sit out for 12hrs or in your fridge for 24hrs, and it’s done. Now, remove the inner lid of the mason jar, cover the jar with a paper coffee filter or cheesecloth, and replace the outer cover, allowing you to pour out and filter grounds at the same time. Adjust to your personal tastes, and there you go! I’ve also used a coffee sock, which brews well, but cleaning the sock can be a hassle. It’s essentially a reusable bag you can put coffee or teas into to brew.

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