Cold Brew Iced Coffee

Realistically there’s still tons of snow on the ground, there is more snow coming, and it is still winter. But this week it cracked 60°, the sun stayed up past 6:00 pm, and I made my first batch of cold brew iced coffee. Feels like spring!

Cold Brew Iced Coffee

12 oz (~4 cups) course ground coffee
6 quarts cold, filtered water

Whisk the coffee into the water. Let the mixture sit for 24 hours (or longer is fine) in the refrigerator.

Use a fine strainer and 2 or 3 layers of cheese cloth to strain the grounds from the coffee.

Store the iced coffee covered in the refrigerator for as long as you like. This is about a week’s worth of iced coffee in the summer!

The coffee to water ratio can be adjusted to your liking. I have experimented with different ratios and this is the one I like. I usually make this iced coffee with Starbucks blonde roast.

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