A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Prepare Cold-Pressed Coffee At Home
You may be tired of the classic Keurig or coffee you make in a pot. Or maybe it is summertime, and you are ready for some cold coffee.
Read on to learn how to make it!
What You’ll Need to Prepare Cold-pressed Coffee
The first thing you need to do is gather all of the materials you need to make cold-pressed coffee. Here’s what to get:
- French press
- Cold water
- Coffee grounds or coffee beans and a coffee grinder
- Milk or flavorings of your choice
Once you have the ingredients for the coffee and the supplies you need, you can get started with making the cold-pressed coffee!
How to Make Cold-pressed Coffee
What do you need to do to make cold-pressed coffee? It’s pretty simple!
The first thing you need to do is place the coffee grounds into the French press. Once the grounds are in, you need to add cold water at a four-to-one ratio (four cups of cold water per one cup of coffee grounds).
But instead of pressing down right away, you need to put the French press into a dark, cool corner for about 12-15 hours. After the time passes, you can press down on the French press to make the coffee.
Pour the coffee over ice and add any flavorings or milk that you want in your coffee!
Tips for Making the Perfect Cup of Cold-pressed Coffee
If you want to make your cold-pressed coffee even better than just a cup of coffee, you can follow some of these tips. You’ll have people coming over to your house once you try these out, and they find out about how good your coffee-making skills are!
- Add in caramel syrup and oat milk to make a delicious caramel cold coffee
- Add chocolate to create a mocha-flavored coffee
- Add cinnamon
You can add any type of flavoring or milk to make it what you want!
How to Store and Serve Cold-pressed Coffee
To store your cold-pressed coffee, you’ll want to place it in a glass container so that it keeps its flavor profile.
The coffee will be good for at least a week, although around seven days you may start to notice a different flavor in your coffee. It is best up to three days after making it.
Just remember to store it in the fridge and throw it out after a couple of weeks. Before making your next batch, thoroughly wash out your container.
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