What is a Cold Brew Coffee?
Cold Brew coffee is made with cold water and steeped over a period of 12 and up to 48 hours.
The process of cold brewing produces a distinctly refined coffee. Natural, sweeter flavours of the coffee bean are extracted by this process. The acidity level of the coffee is also a lot lower.
Cold Brew coffee is not the same as Iced Coffee.
Regular iced coffee, is hot brewed coffee that has been cooled down and poured over ice. With cold brew, the process uses time and cold water. Cold brew uses ground coffee and steeped in filtered, room-temperature water for between 12 and up to 48 hours.
Taste the difference coffee.
Cold brewed coffee has its advantages. Since a cold brew produces a low acid drink (over 60% less acidic than standard brewing methods) flavours from the coffee are brought out for you to enjoy. Prepare to taste coffee in a way you never expected and for those who have sensitive stomachs or suffer from acid reflux this method is for you.
So how do I make a Super7Coffee Cold Brew?
The darker the roast the better the flavour when making a cold brew... well we are going to be biased towards the darker roast as this is what we at Super7Coffee are all about. However countless tests favour the darker roast as the best used for making a cold brew.
To add if you have an old bag of Super7Coffee... you shouldn't, but if you have, then a cold brew is also an ideal way to use the coffee up.
So follow the guide below using a French Press and enjoy your Super7Coffee Cold Brew.
Be sure to take a photo and post on social media using #Super7ColdBrew