[Homeroast] Iced Coffee recipes
dbcraw at gmail.com
Fri Jul 2 08:53:42 CDT 2010
For reference my morning cup is 35g coffee aeropressed iinto about an 18 oz
finished cup, and I drink it un-adulterated.
For an afternoon iced coffee I also use 35g of grounds, aeropressed (without
adding water after the bloom) into a 14 oz glass with a teaspoon or so of
sugar, a little (1/2 teaspoon?) vanilla, and just enough ice to completely
chill the coffee. After pressing, stir to melt the ice and dissolve the
sugar. remove any extra ice, and fill with cold milk.
Sugar and vanilla are optional, but I like 'em.
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On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 2:08 PM, michael brown <disracer at msn.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone.
> Anyone got any iced coffee recipes they'd like to share? I'm planning on
> giving it a whirl in the next couple of days. Read a couple of articles and
> watched a few youtube videos. What i've come up with is:
> Brew double strength coffee.I'm already running into my first question.
> Some say here i should add sugar while it's hot. Obviously sugar dissolves
> in hot liquid. What if the friends i'm serving to don't want sweetness?
> Won't the half & half or creamer also deliver some sweetness? What do you
> do?Then let it cool to room tempRefrigerate.Serve about 3/4 coffee to 1/4
> half and half? What are your preferences?
> I know. I know. I should try it first, then report my findings and ask
> questions from there. But wanted to know if you would share your thoughts
> and recipes before i get started.
> Michael Bb'ham, AL
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