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Recipe: Mason Jar Cold Brew Coffee | The Zen of Making

Recipe: Mason Jar Cold Brew Coffee | The Zen of Making

Cold brew coffee is my dirty little morning secret: It’s easy, it’s strong, it’s versatile, and it’s a whole lot smoother and less acidic than hot brewing methods. In short, served hot or cold, it makes a damn fine cup of joe with no fancy equipment needed. (Plus, cold brew concentrate is way, way stronger than regular coffee.) Intrigued? Give it a try!This recipe will make about 2 cups of coffee concentrate, which, depending on how strong you like your coffee, will be enough for 2 to 4 drinks.Please note that the links to supplies and tools that are provided below are affiliate links, and I will be compensated if you choose to make a purchase after clicking through.Now, before we get started, I should mention that, like many recipes of this sort, there are a whole lot of right ways to make cold brew coffee. This method happens to work wonderfully for me (and for many of my pals), but it certainly isn’t the only way to get the job done. The key ingredients here are time, coffee, and water, so feel free to play around until you find what works best for you. Step 1 Measure out ⅓ cup of your favorite coarsely ground coffee. (I grind my own, but you can ask for your beans to be coarsely ground at your local supermarket/coffee shop if you’d rather not do it yourself.)

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30 Jul
Rachel Hobson @avgjanecrafter
This is the method I use! Mmmmm... Iced coffee. :) RT @thezenofmaking: Recipe: Mason Jar Cold Brew Coffee http://t.co/N2d2oiRFlt