Cold Brew Coffee
Cold brew, is the process of steeping coffee in water at a temperature around the 15 degrees, for an extended period. Coarse-ground beans are soaked in water for a prolonged period of time, usually 12-17 hours or more.
The result is a refreshing cold coffee concentrate.
- Enjoy hot or cold
- ½ the acidity of traditional coffee
- Triple caffeine level
What we need in order to produce this Cold Brew Coffee:
THE SCIENCE OF SMOOTH
Standard Hot Coffee versus Cold Brew Coffee.
As any caffeine addict knows, a regular cup of coffee starts with hot water (between 195 and 205 degrees Fahrenheit) and coffee grounds. The water dissolves oils, acids, and other compounds out of the grounds, giving coffee its familiar acidity and eye-opening aroma. The hot water also degrades acids, creating coffee’s bitter notes. The absence of hot water means that the oils, acids, and other compounds dissolve much more slowly. The acids also aren’t degraded, making for a much smoother beverage, free of bitterness. One downside: This coffee’s aroma is barely noticeable because heat is what releases it from the grounds.