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How to Make Cold Brew Coffee: A Step-by-Step Guide from Coffee Fest Competitor, RoundK

Updated: Apr 6

Are you tired of paying high prices for cold brew coffee at your local coffee shop? Making your own cold brew at home is easy and cost-effective. Plus, you can customize the strength and flavor to your liking. As a top competitor at Coffee Fest, RoundK knows a thing or two about making great cold brew.

Follow these simple steps to make your own delicious cold brew coffee:

Step 1: Choose the Right Coffee Beans Start by selecting high-quality coffee beans. For cold brew, choose a medium-to-dark roast for a bold and rich flavor. RoundK recommends their Colombian Carbonic Maceration Catiope for a smooth and chocolaty taste.

Step 2: Grind the Coffee Beans Grind your coffee beans coarsely. This will ensure that the coffee doesn't become bitter or over-extracted.

Step 3: Use the Right Cold Brew Tool To make cold brew, you will need a cold brew tool. RoundK recommends using a large mason jar or a Toddy system. Whatever you choose, make sure the jar or container is airtight to avoid oxidation. Your jar should have as little air gap as possible to prevent the coffee from oxidizing.

Step 4: Add Water and Coffee Add your ground coffee to your cold brew tool, then add cold water. Use a ratio of 1:4 or 1:5 (coffee to water) for a strong concentrate. Stir gently to ensure all the coffee is wet.

Step 5: Let It Brew Let your coffee steep for 12-24 hours in the refrigerator. The longer you steep, the stronger the coffee will be. RoundK recommends 16-18 hours for the perfect balance of strength and flavor.

Step 6: Strain and Serve After brewing, strain your coffee using a cheesecloth or a fine-mesh strainer. Serve over ice and enjoy!

Making cold brew coffee at home is simple and easy. With the right coffee beans, cold brew tool, and a little patience, you can enjoy delicious, refreshing cold brew coffee anytime. Give it a try and see why RoundK is a top competitor at Coffee Fest.

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