Cold brew coffee is taking the world by storm - think craft beer, but for coffee - with its less bitter flavor and higher caffeine content. Brewed by steeping coffee grounds in cold water for 18-20 hours, cold brew coffee is going mainstream and has been adopted by the big coffee shop chains such as Starbucks.
Now is your chance to enjoy cold brew coffee at home. Learn about the different brewing techniques, from Immersion to Slow Drip, discover the best beans to buy and find the perfect way to store your coffee. Once you have made your own artisanal brew, impress your friends with cocktails, mocktails and desserts using the recipes provided.
About the Author
Chloë Callow is editor of Caffeine magazine and is thoroughly steeped in the world of coffee. She works as an expert in water filtration for the coffee industry, and has written articles and reviews for a range of coffee and cocktail magazines and apps. She has also worked with the UK chapter of the Specialty Coffee Association of Europe.