As the days get longer and warmer, the idea of a cold refreshing coffee becomes more appealing.
Here’s how you can utilise your old plunger to make a clean, full-flavoured cold press coffee at home.
This recipe only takes about 5 minutes to prepare, but does need to be left overnight in the fridge and then requires a further 15 minutes to filter before serving.
With these ratios I made almost 750mL of cold brew concentrate which I diluted 50/50 to make about 5 servings.
I used the current Bean of the Month D.R. Congo Kawa Kabuya roasted for filter as I really wanted to bring out the delicate flavours of roasted almond, malt and earl grey tea. Brewing coffee in cold water creates a low-acidity, full-bodied and sweet cup making it smooth and easy to drink.