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Posted Thu Aug 4, 2011, 11:30am
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MarkPrince Said:

I did use weight for all the water measurements - in grams?

Mark

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Oh, DUH!  Sorry...

 
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Posted Fri Aug 5, 2011, 7:47pm
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Mark, I would change the title to "Aeropress Iced Coffee," as to me, cold brew means brewing with cold water.

 
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Posted Sat Aug 6, 2011, 1:45am
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Steve - only reason why I'm not replying is I have written a big opinion article about the whole cold / iced / slow brew coffee thing. Letting my plan out of the bag a bit here, but

- posting four cold coffee methods (two more to come - I have a stumble on the Vietnamese Coffee article, which is next)
- once the four are posted, posting an op/ed piece on cold brew coffee and some current trends.

A lot of what you posted is actually stuff I write about in the op/ed piece.

Hoping to have it up very soon.

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Posted Fri Aug 26, 2011, 9:39pm
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Nice write-up.

My technique at work is to brew concentrate into the most massive mug in the community cupboard, using it as a heat sink to cool the brew substantially. I then pour it in my insulated cup (usually), then, and ice and dairy it as wished.

The reason we need to pre-heat our nice ceramic mugs is the same reason a cool one is great for prepping such brew for drinking cold!

The Coava is the best metal filter I've used with the Aero. Not as good as poly -- but darned close. There's a constraint method I want to implement with the darned thing, but haven't gotten around to a mod/fab to help me do that yet. Doggonit life's too busy.
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Posted Thu Sep 8, 2011, 1:55am
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I have to admit.... Haven't use my aeropress as a friend gave it to me and I don't how to use it. But now I know!!!

 
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Posted Tue Sep 13, 2011, 10:03am
Subject: Re: Aeropress Iced Coffee
 

Great guide, thanks for this.

Has anyone tried adding sugar to the ground coffee in the AP (or, I suppose for any brewing method)? I made one of these AP iced coffees today and added a teaspoon of raw granular sugar to the grounds before pouring in the 90C water. Didn't have to worry about dissolution in cold water and I thought it tasted good, but is there any drawback to doing it this way?
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Posted Tue Sep 13, 2011, 11:30pm
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So this write-up pushed me over the edge and I bought my first Aeropress from Venia Coffee (first time buying from them, but they had it to me next day, so just giving them a public thumbs up).  Been wanting to buy one for awhile, so this gave me a good enough reason to jump on it.  Aside from my wife being a little un-excited to have another coffee toy in the kitchen, she wasn't complaining after i figured out how to use it properly.  Again, great write up.  

Anyone have a favorite roast style in the Aeropress for iced?  Always looking to try something new.
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Posted Tue Oct 4, 2011, 7:07pm
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That's so cool! I'd love to try it sometime soon! Thanks for the guide.
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Posted Wed Nov 16, 2011, 2:49pm
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This is indeed a phenomenal way to have ice coffee:)
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