Cold brew coffee enthusiasts understand the joy of a refreshing, icy coffee first thing in the morning. The convenience of grabbing one on your way to work or school is a pleasure we’ve missed during recent times of staying home.
Fortunately, you can recreate this experience with our rich and bold Cappio Cold Brew Coffee, right at home, and without the need for a coffee grinder! Our cold brew coffee filter packs, made from select Arabica Coffee beans, promise a balanced, aromatic, and silky cold brew without the hassle of grinding or mixing. Follow our easy recipe to make a pitcher of cold brew that you can enjoy for up to two weeks, matching the quality you find in cafes.
Creating cold brew involves adding your cold brew filter packs (imagine a pouch made of coffee filters, filled with your preferred coffee) to a pitcher of cool water and letting it steep in the fridge overnight. When the steep time is over, simply remove the Cappio Cold Brew filter packs, leaving you with a delightful concentrate that can be served immediately or stored for up to two weeks.
With this method, you can enjoy a smooth, low-acidity batch of cold brew coffee, perfect for any time of the day!
Here’s How to Make Cold Brew Coffee at Home:
With Cappio Cold Brew Filter Packs:
- 2 Cappio Cold Brew Coffee Filter Packs
- 6 Cups filtered water
- A pitcher – a glass one that seals is best.
- Sealable glass jars (to store for up to two weeks)
If you are not using Cappio Cold Brew Filter Packs, you’ll also need:
- Coffee grinder
- 6 oz of coffee beans
- A cheesecloth or nut milk strainer
- Rubber band
- A second pitcher to strain the coffee into
- Something to stir with
- Choose your grind:
The Cappio Cold Brew filter packs come pre-filled with coarse ground coffee. If you’re not using filter packs, grind 6 oz of beans until they resemble raw sugar. Avoid over-grinding, as the heat produced can affect the taste.
- Mix the coffee and water:
Put your Cold Brew Packs into a large jar or glass pitcher, add 6 cups of filtered water, ensuring the packs are fully soaked. If not using packs, add your 6 oz of coarse grounds to the pitcher and add 6 cups of filtered water. Stir well!
- Steep overnight:
Refrigerate the mixture for 8-24 hours. The longer it steeps, the stronger the flavor.
- Remove or strain the coffee:
Discard the filter packs after taking your cold brew out of the fridge. If you didn’t use packs, strain the coffee grounds out with a cheesecloth or nut milk strainer secured to a second pitcher.
Enjoy your cold brew straight, or dilute it with an equal part of water. Add creamer or milk if desired, and ice for a truly refreshing drink.
Keep your cold brew in sealed jars or a pitcher in the fridge for up to 2 weeks, though it may not last that long!