tglodjo Senior Member Joined: 16 Oct 2012 Posts: 209 Location: Jackson, TN Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: La Spaziale Mini Vivaldi II Grinder: Baratza Vario, Virtuoso Drip: Wave, V60, Chemex, Clever Roaster: Behmor 1600
Posted Wed Jul 24, 2013, 3:57pm Subject: Re: Anbody know a good recipe to brew quick on demand iced coffee?
I don't follow Mark's exact recipe though. I use 18g coffee and 200ml of hot water, steep for a minute and a half, then press into a glass topped off with ice. It's not a concentrate, nor does it require an updose of 30g. I find this recipe makes a great, flavorful cup of iced coffee.
I enjoy my 3-7 day post roast espresso just as much as my 3 day rested cold brew that's been chilling in the fridge for 6 days now.. I don't think it sitting in the fridge does much of anything to the taste. It was brewed cold and it's sitting cold. The point of a refrigerator is to extend a food products freshness, is it not?
Intrepid510 Senior Member Joined: 30 Dec 2010 Posts: 354 Location: California Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Fri Jul 26, 2013, 11:30am Subject: Re: Anbody know a good recipe to brew quick on demand iced coffee?
Not a big fan of cold brew myself, just tastes generic even when using good beans.
I like doing a Hario V02, 20g coffee ground slightly finer than normal to acheive about 3 min brew time with 200g water over 200g ice. Works well for me, I have tried some of the other Hario V60 methods but they count the ice that has not melted into the brew recipe and I would always end up with a poor cup. This one has a nice amount of ice left over so you still have a cold cup of coffee.
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