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Guide to Cold Brew Coffee For over forty plus years a favorite among millions of coffee drinkers, from regular to connoisseurs are just beginning to discover the benefits of cold-brewed coffee. While still using their favorite brand of coffee, cold-brewing ground beans produces a coffee that is naturally low in acid. Acid sensitivity makes coffee lovers suffer from drinking coffee made by conventional hot-brew-methods which causes heartburns, and for them it is a good thing to hear that cold-brewed coffee is sixty seven percent less acidic that regularly brewed one. People think that the only way to extract the coffee beans’ delicious flavor is to mix them with hot water. The undesirable bitter acids and oils in coffee beans have to be eliminated first so that the true flavor of the beans are put in a state where it is easy to mix in water.
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This is how to turn your coffee bean into a beverage. Long before you brew them, you have to start with the raw material (the bean itself), that must be roasted then lastly separated into grounds. One can either purchase them unprocessed, or already roasted, or already roasted and ground. Brewing can be done in different ways like perked, dripped, boiled, reconstituted, or pressed, or cold-brewed.
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In cold brewing you don’t need technology or electrical extraction, but simply coarsely ground coffee beans and cold water. But unlike most of those other methods by heating them up, cold-brewing extract the flavor of the coffee bean using a process that is deceptively simple. Steep a full pound of coarsely ground coffee in nine cups of cold water in a sort of plastic pail and allow the “mulch” to soak for twelve hours. When the twelve hours is over, you open the bottom drain and allow the coffee syrup to drain through a filter into a glass carafe. You can refrigerated the syrup and slowly consume them by simply adding cold, ice-water and even hot water that suits your taste. You then have a smooth, full-flavored cup of coffee that is good for those who have a sensitive stomach. This concentrate or syrup can last up to fourteen days without any deterioration in taste or freshness. Keeping this concentrate will also prove unbeatable in recipes and iced to frozen drinks. If you freeze your coffee syrup in ice cube containers then you can have these little coffee ice cubes which you can make as your instant coffee or bring to your camping trips or you can do other applications that you can think of with it. And it is less likely that you will be throwing out leftovers like when you brew coffee the traditional way. With the concentrate, you make only what you will drink. One cup every time you wish for it.