Cold Brew Coffee

Brewing With Espresso Parts: Cold Brew Coffee

Welcome to brewing with EP. This new monthly post will cover basic brewing guides for a number of products from our lineup.

What is cold brew? It’s coffee that has been brewed using cold/room temperature water over a long period of time. Generally anywhere from 4-12 hours or even longer. The grind needs to be more coarse than say a pour over due to longer contact time with the water. What you end up with is a coffee “concentrate” that can be served over ice, cut with milk, or even heated up. It also has a very low acidity and is easy on the stomach.

We offer a few different cold brew towers and setups. Today we’re highlighting the Hunter by Yama Glass. This brewer is perfect for home users who may not have a ton of counter space. The brewers is made from lab grade borosilicate glass with wood accents and comes with a stand.

You’ll notice the Hunter is composed of two pieces. The top portion holds the ceramic filter, ground coffee, and water. The bottom collects the brewed coffee and can be used as a decanter.

Not only is cold brew delicious it’s also very easy to make…especially with the Hunter.

  • First, place the ceramic filter into the brewer.
  • Add 30 grams of coarsely ground coffee
  • Place paper diffuser on top of ground coffee
  •  Add 200 grams of ice
  • Top off with 100 grams of water
  • After 4 hours you’ll have delicious cold brew to enjoy (time may differ due to grind and beans used)

We encourage you to try different methods and grind settings..

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Our customer service representatives are here to help with your order. They can be reached at 8004595594, info@espressoparts.com, or Live Chat on our site. Don’t forget to ask about wholesale pricing and the BGA discount.

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