1 3/4 cup coarse ground coffee beans
3 2/3 cups cold water
- Place the ground coffee into a mason jar or any container that will be able to seal properly and keep all the gunk out.
- Pour in the water and close the container. Set this aside for a minimum of 20 hours – leave for 24 hours for good measure.
- Through a sieve and a cheese cloth, filter all the ground coffee out.
- Cold brewed coffee can be stored for up to 10 days in the fridge. It lasts quite a while because you only use a quarter cup at a time.
- Well done, you’ve just learned how to make cold brewed coffee from scratch.
Recipe & photo by Shawn Greyling