Diguo Cold Brew Coffee Dripper
Cold Brew uses cold water to slowly extract the coffee flavors from the beans. Since it does not utilize hot water the coffee does not get the burned acidic taste that other brewing methods create. Cold brewing makes better iced coffee than refrigerating hot-brewed coffee. When you add hot-brewed coffee to ice, it slowly dilutes, resulting in a weaker-tasting beverage.
Diguo Cold Brew Coffee Dripper is elegant and a conversation starter. You can leave it on your counter top for hours while waiting for your coffee grounds to steep.
The Basics of cold brew
How Much Coffee?
A general guide will be 12g of coffee per 120ml (4oz) of brewed coffee. But as always, this will depend on your liking. Hence for this maker, 30g of coffee grounds since it is designed for 300ml.
Always start with a normal drip grind and adjust it a bit finer depending your liking.
What type of Ice?
Use fresh ice possibly made with filtered water as you are going to drink it. Top up 1/3 of cold filtered water to the ice to start brewing.
We will suggest a drip rate of 7-8 drips per 10 seconds.
Cold brew, which generally starts from a concentrate, is meant to be watered down, so adding ice, milk/cream, and not too much water provides a stronger, more flavorful drink.