Make Your Own Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate

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Cold brew coffee is made by mixing ground coffee with cold water and allowing the mixture to steep for 12 hours. The grounds are then strained out of the concentrate, which can be used as-is or diluted with milk or water.

Cold brew coffee is a really popular drink in the summer, and it’s easy to make at home.

-Put 12 tablespoons of ground coffee or beans in a jar or container with a lid.

-Fill the jar with water until the coffee is submerged. 

-Let sit for 16 hours in the fridge before refrigerating it for several hours more.

Spoon your cold brew concentrate into a pitcher and add ice from there. 

Enjoy!

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