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As the weather warms up here in Australia, cold brew coffee comes back on to the radar. There’s a number of ways to enjoy cold coffee and making it is super-easy. You can make cold brew with a simple low-tech set-up like a glass jar, or hack your Aeropress or invest in some of the more advanced systems we cover below.
Cold Brew or Cold Drip
Cold Brew – coffee and water are mixed at the start of the process and can be steeped for up to 15 hours. The grounds are then filtered out. Depending on the coffee to water ratio used, you can make either a ready-to-drink brew or a strong coffee concentrate for mixing with milk (or whatever takes your fancy).
Cold Drip – The water is added (dripped) on to the coffee very slowly – anywhere between 2 to 6 hours depending on the flow rate. The already filtered cold brew drips out the bottom into a jug. Cold drip is generally brewed as a concentrate for mixing.