Using any cold brew coffee maker, simply scale up this recipe to your cold brew maker at home!
- Fill infuser or filter with ½ cup of coarsely ground coffee.
- Add 4oz of water to water to fill container an inch or so from the top.
- Make sure grounds are fully saturated in the water by gently swirling or tilting the container back and forth.
- Place container in room temperature [not exceeding 83°F] for 12 hours or in refrigerator for 24 hours.
- Remove infuser or filter. Taste it if strong may need diluting 1:1 ration of water per fluid oz of cold brew. Enjoy!
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