Cold Brew Guide

If you have the freshest coffee on the planet at your disposal, it makes sense to treat it right to get the best from the bean. This is Devoción's recommended recipe brew guide for preparing specialty cold brew coffee at home.

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You will need

  • Large container with lid or French Press
  • Strainer
  • Scale
  • Cool or Room Temperature Water
  • Coffee (coarsely ground)

Brew Time: 14 hours

Recommended Roast Date: 10-14 Days

Method

Concentrate Method: Ratio of 1:5

Ready-to-Drink Method: Ratio of 1:10

  1. For concentrate method, weigh out 25g of coffee per 125g (~4oz) of water. For ready-to-drink method, weight out 25g of coffee per 250g (~8oz) of water.
  2. Add the ground coffee to the brewing vessel.
  3. Add the appropriate amount of water onto the coffee grounds. Stir well to ensure that all grounds are evenly saturated.
  4. Cover and allow to steep for 14 hours. For best results, keep your cold brew at room temperature and away from direct sunlight.
  5. After 14 hours, strain the coffee grounds from the brew to avoid imparting bitterness.
  6. Dilute the concentrate with equal parts water to concentrate or dilute to taste.

    If refrigerated in an air-tight container, the concentrate will last 4-5 days. Once diluted, the cold brew will last 3-4 days.