It's easy to see why cold brews are getting more popular amongst home baristas, especially for people who are just starting out.
Using a cold brew kit is extremely easy to learn and fuss-free; you can make a batch over the weekend and keep it for the week, which is just what working adults or students need. For best results, follow the measurements on your coffee leaflet.
Measure out 50 grams of coffee beans.
Measure out 500 grams of water (use filtered water if possible).
Grind the coffee - you may need to split it into 2-3 batches. Cold brew calls for a medium grind size, similar to that of AeroPress.
Pour your coffee into the sieve of the cold brew maker and give it a few shakes to level the bed of grounds.
Attach the sieve to the cap and push it down onto the bottle, ensuring it's tightly sealed.
Pour your water slowly through the mouth of the cap.
Give the bottle a few gentle swirls and leave it in the refrigerator for 8 hours. Serve over ice.
(Tip: if the coffee isn't as strong as how you'd like, let it steep for another 1-2 hours)