How to Make Espresso Cold Brew
By: Jeffrey September 14, 2021
You'll learn how to make espresso cold brew today. Espresso cold brew is a robust cold brew that's stronger than regular cold brew.
What you'll learn:
Ingredients used in this recipe:
1. Dark roasted coffee beans 2. A French press or large mug 3. Cold tap water 4. A spoon
1. Choose coffee beans
Choose dark or medium roasted coffee beans that you like the most for this recipe.
2. Grind coffee beans
Finely grind your coffee beans. The grind size is finer than your regular cold brew coffee for more extraction.
3. Add ground coffee
Add the freshly ground coffee to your French press or large mug.
4. Finish the cold brew
Add cold tap water to the coffee grounds and give it a quick stir. Let the espresso cold brew steep for 12 hours.
5. Filter the coffee
Press down on your French press to filter the coffee, or use a coffee filter and let the espresso cold brew run through it.
6. Pour cold brew coffee
Slowly pour the espresso cold brew into a pre-rinsed coffee filter, like a Chemex or Hario V60 filter.
7. Add more coffee
Keep adding the cold brew to the coffee filter until all the coffee is poured in.
8. Let the coffee filter
Let the espresso cold brew filter. I found that this took 14 minutes, but it's totally worth the wait.
9. Serve the coffee
Serve the espresso cold brew in an ice-filled glass and optionally add a sweetener or a touch of dairy. Enjoy!
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