Iced coffee made by chilled tap water
Iced coffee, I always need it to cool my mind in summer. For that, You always need a cold brew coffee at first. Honestly speaking, there’s no best way to make a cold brew, anyway which suits you is a good way. But for my picky taste bud, I always prefer the traditional infusion method to make it.
Here’s how it works: Grind the coffee coarsely or use the coffee powder directly. Combine the grounds with filtered water (Iwater not only lets you feel convenient with its filtered water but also its chilling system makes the constant chilling water flow possible, brew your coffee with the Iwater tap offered chilling filtered water make sure your iced coffee is incredibly smooth and almost sweet-tasting. Then let it steep overnight, or for around 12 hours.
During this time, the coffee slowly infuses into the water, creating a strong, concentrated brew. Strain the next morning, and you’re ready to go.
I really love this method for making coffee which actually saves me time in the morning. I make a big batch over the weekend, and then stash it in the fridge for an easy coffee fix all week long.
All mentioned above is the first great step toward a good iced coffee. Now, for iced coffee, all you have to do is pour the cold brew coffee into the cup full of ice cubes or crushed ice, add some flavor, shake or stir a little, then enjoy.
And there is my 3 favorite iced coffee, I would love to share the flavor ingredients with you.
- Iced Mocha: cold brew coffee, cocoa powder, crushed ice.
- Iced Mexican Coffee: cold brew coffee, cocoa powder, cinnamon, vanilla extract, milk.
- Iced Latte: cold brew coffee, ice, half milk.
Aha, my friends, let’s sip one glass of iced coffee beside the pool, what the summer! have a great day, everyone.