Coffee Experiment: Making Hot Coffee With Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate
The guys behind the Bruer recently conducted a cool (literally) experiment about making a hot cup of coffee using cold brew coffee concentrate.
An interesting idea considering some people don’t like their coffee cold, but could very easily fall in love with cold brew concentrate in hot form.
I encourage you to check out the original experiment on the Bruer blog if you’d like to try and replicate this experiment yourself. Oh, and you could try this with any cold brew coffee concentrate…it doesn’t have to be slow drip.
- 60 grams of finely ground dark roast coffee
- 350ml of ice water
- Equal parts boiling water in the final cup
Tools used in this experiment
Try this experiment? What were your results?
I’d love to hear your thoughts, questions, feedback, or whatever! Please share in the comments below. Check out reviews of the Cold Bruer Drip Coffee Maker on Amazon.