How to Make Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate
Let’s face it – Nobody likes having to wait for their cup of coffee in the morning. Now, there is a simple way to have smooth, sweet cold brew concentrate ready in your kitchen everyday, all the time. And, because Cold Brew coffee concentrate is smoother, sweeter, and less acidic than coffee brewed with hot water, you will also enjoy this ready made coffee variety over your traditional cup of hot brew.
Here’s how to make cold brew coffee concentrate at home. Start with a mason jar cold brew kit, like the one included in our starter kit. After adding your cold brew beans and water, seal the lid and wait between 12 – 24 hours. Each batch of cold brew concentrate should give you your cup of coffee every morning, for a whole week. Better coffee, in less time – Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate
How to Make Cold Brew Concentrate: Add 6 ounces (12 tablespoons) of cold brew beans to coffee filter. Add filtered water and seal mason jar. Allow 12-24 hours for cold brewing. After brewing is complete, remove the filter and dispose of the used cold brew grinds. Seal mason jar and store your cold brew concentrate in the refrigerator for up to 10 days.
- 6 oz Cold Mountain Brew cold brew beans
- 32 ounces Filtered Water
Step One: Place a stainless steel mesh filter inside the mason jar. Add 6 ounces (12 tablespoons) of Cold Mountain Brew cold brew coffee grinds into the filter. Slowly pour filtered water on top of the grinds. Continue to add water until the 32 ounce mason jar is filled. Then, seal the mason jar.
Step Two: Allow your cold brew to steep overnight (between 12-24 hours). For best results, do not shake the jar. If you prefer stronger cold brew concentrate, brew for the full 24 hours, at room temperature. For lighter cold brew concentrate, brew for between 12-16 hours in the refrigerator.
Step Three: Remove the coffee filter from the mason jar. Dispose of the used coffee grinds and clean the filter with hot water.
Step Four: Seal your mason jar and store your cold brew concentrate in the refrigerator for up to 10 days.