How to make cold brew

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.


Step 1:

Measure out 50 grams of coffee beans.


Step 2:

Measure out 500 grams of water (use filtered water if possible).


Step 3:

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.



Step 4:

Pour your coffee into the sieve of the cold brew maker and give it a few shakes to level the bed of grounds.


Step 5:

Attach the sieve to the cap and push it down onto the bottle, ensuring it's tightly sealed.


Step 6:

Pour your water slowly through the mouth of the cap.


Step 7:

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)