Cold Brew at home



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Beverage Recipe for Cold Brew


What you’ll need
1 large sterilised jar, container or French Press
250g of course ground coffee (Starbucks Kenya/ Colombia/ combination)
1 litre fresh, filtered, room temperature water


Add ground coffee into brewing vessel.
Slowly pour water over coffee grounds, ensuring all coffee is saturated .
Seal with a lid and allow to steep at room temperature for 12 -20 hours (longer steep =
stronger brew).

After 12 24 hours steep time, using a cloth, strain the brew into a clean and sterilised storage
container, such as a bottle or jug with a lid, to separate coffee grounds from Cold Brew


If using a French Press, simply push down on the strainer and pour out into a storage container.
Discard coffee grounds in garden as a natural fertiliser and insect repellent; and store cold
brew concentrate in the fridge for up to 5 days.


To drink, combine:
1 part Cold Brew concentrate to 2 parts cold filtered water, or milk, topped with ice.
For a creamy but non-dairy options, it’s recommended to use Almond or Oat milk.
Flavour to preference using Vanilla or Caramel syrup.


Cold Brew at Home
This recipe has been created by Rand Capital Coffee t/a Starbucks South Africa and is intended for home use only

(Adjust volumes as necessary based on size of brewing vessel, maintaining a 1:4 ratio of coffee to water)

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