In an earlier article titled Cold Brew Coffee is Not Rocket Science, I outlined just how easy it was to make cold brew coffee at home. No matter how you tackle the task of making cold brew, it all breaks down to some basic steps:
- Grind coffee to a medium coarse or regular coarse setting.
- Place coffee inside some filter.
- Put that filter in cold water.
- Wait 12-24 hours.
- Remove the filter and serve.
There is one remaining step. That is cleaning everything up and so your cold brewer is ready to go for the next time you brew coffee. Some of the more basic methods require a little more time spent on cleanup. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to make cold brew coffee using the Cold Brew Coffee Maker from Home and Above. Not only is it easy to use, but it is super easy to clean up.
Why I Like the Cold Brew Coffee Maker
The first step in using a new coffee brewer is figuring out the math. How much coffee do I use? Is that in grams? Where is my scale? Now, how much water do I need? With the Cold Brew Coffee Maker it is very simple. It is as if they anticipated these questions when they designed the brewer.