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I was a shift manager at one of the "best"/rigorous Starbucks. They are not steeped in fridges. They are steeped in the back at room temperature and cold water overnight then thrown into smaller jugs and refrigerated.
Can you give me an idea what ratio coffee to water Starbucks uses for cold brew? I always wanted to know what they use for ration Thanks!
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A mason jar with a filter bag works. Any cheap method works fine. It's just immersing coffee grounds in water for 12-48 hours.
Exactly. It just makes no sense to waste money for something that can be had for less. And, if you already have a French Press Coffee Maker, you can do a cold brew with it too.
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I love my coffee sock. It's $10 and works with any jar. Super easy and no complaints. Why spend this much when you'll get a lot less?
wife got it for me, have not used it yet. its not a beech to clean? thats why ice avoided it and still use french press
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Not a bad deal on it, I still think the best one I've used is the primula one i picked up for $8, I tried this one at a similar price but for the size and effort to clean it it wasn't worth it so ended up returning. Primula is 51 ounces, empties out the grounds on the bottom and steeped for 36 hours makes awesome cold brew.
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Not a bad deal on it, I still think the best one I've used is the primula one i picked up for $8, I tried this one at a similar price but for the size and effort to clean it it wasn't worth it so ended up returning. Primula is 51 ounces, empties out the grounds on the bottom and steeped for 36 hours makes awesome cold brew.
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Not a bad deal on it, I still think the best one I've used is the primula one i picked up for $8, I tried this one at a similar price but for the size and effort to clean it it wasn't worth it so ended up returning. Primula is 51 ounces, empties out the grounds on the bottom and steeped for 36 hours makes awesome cold brew.
hi which primula do you have? Id love to see it
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I am new to cold brew coffee. What is the ratio of coffee to water? I've been using 1/3 cup coarse grind coffee to 2 cups water. From what I've been seeing that's not nearly strong enough. I don't have anything right now to make a pitcher of coffee. I'm leaning towards the mason jar cold brew on Amazon.
In my Toddy knockoff, I use 6 cups water to 8oz canned decaf. I put heavy whipping cream, Swerve, ice and other ingredients and blend them together for a delicious dessert drink. I also have a Mizudashi but it uses more coffee with less water. 100g to 4.5 cups IIRC.
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I also use the Primula one as that is what I cheaply purchased when I was a newbie. I don't put the coffee in the filter part. I put the grounds loose in the bottom, fill with water, steep giving it a good swirl once in a while for 18-24 hours and then use the filter when I pour the brewed coffee out. Pouring water slowly over the grounds and letting it steep through took too long and I usually overfilled it causing a mess. I also question the effectiveness of the steeping process as the grounds are pretty tightly packed when you empty the filter. It's all about surface area, the more ground surface exposed to the water, the better the steep, but don't steep for too long as the bitterness of the inside of the beans will start to intensify.

As far as ratios I use the Bizzy Cold brew (my favorite cold brew beans) suggestion of 1 1/2 cups of grounds to 3 cups of water. Truthfully, I don't think you can ever go too strong as it is made to be diluted anyway. Too weak on the other hand is the bigger issue.

I typically don't dilute with water. I fill my 24 oz nalgene bottle with ice, put in about 1/2-3/4cup of cold brew and top off with some sweetened cream creamer. Spice it up with a little ghiradelli caramel or white chocolate sauce and you have yourself $14 worth of coffee shop coffee. As the ice melts it dilutes the coffee. In summer the lack of insulation of a nalgene allows the ice to melt at the perfect rate to make my 50 minute commute a little less homicidal.
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I've had the original model for over a year with no issues or leaking. If you enjoy cold brew and want simple cleanup this is your best option. When my brew is ready I dispense the coffee to a large measuring cup and pour it into a spring-top bottle via funnel with two filters. This removes all sediment and frees up the unit for another batch.

Highly recommended! This is the larger version. It sells for $119 on Amazon.
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I like my cold brew strong and not diluted so I would pour some of the cold brew into an ice tray to make ice cubes to retain the strength. Beats strong espresso in 100+ degree weather. (Ofc you can always dilute the main cup if you prefer but the cold brew ice cubes is to prevent further dilution.)

Edit: just realized I didn't add to the thread, it looks nice but not sure I'd want to buy for aesthetics only since I easily always make this in a pitcher allowing the grinds to get more water exposure. I just filter when ready to drink. I usually don't filter the whole pitcher more of when I drink so after the allotted room temperature brew I stick it into the fridge to slow down the brewing process and can usually filter as I drink with no changes to the coffee taste.
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Not a bad deal on it, I still think the best one I've used is the primula one i picked up for $8, I tried this one at a similar price but for the size and effort to clean it it wasn't worth it so ended up returning. Primula is 51 ounces, empties out the grounds on the bottom and steeped for 36 hours makes awesome cold brew.
Yeah, I picked up a Primula cold brew pitcher off Warehouse Deals for like $11, and it has worked very well. Definitely got my money's worth.
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hi which primula do you have? Id love to see it
https://www.amazon.com/Primula-Bu...pons&psc=1


I use that one there, I got it from $8 from target, i've seen it on Amazon from 10-13 pretty frequently but it's really been a solid buy and makes good coffee. I also think one of the keys that I learned from the coffee sock is "blooming" the coffee, basically each quarter that you put into your filter of coffee beans you wet it completely so that it unlocks the flavor/coffee prior to tossing it in the fridge. Noticeable difference in strength and taste when I don't bloom it I think it speaks to the one point that when they are packed into a filter it can be hard to fully seep in and the beans as soon as they hit water start releasing all that good stuff so it just jump starts the process and gives you a better cold brew.


Looks like some of the reviews state it has broken for them in early uses, but that's not been my experience at all, I dishwash it 3 times a week for the better part of the last year and haven't had a single issue with any part of the device
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https://www.amazon.com/Primula-Bu...pons&psc=1


I use that one there, I got it from $8 from target, i've seen it on Amazon from 10-13 pretty frequently but it's really been a solid buy and makes good coffee. I also think one of the keys that I learned from the coffee sock is "blooming" the coffee, basically each quarter that you put into your filter of coffee beans you wet it completely so that it unlocks the flavor/coffee prior to tossing it in the fridge. Noticeable difference in strength and taste when I don't bloom it I think it speaks to the one point that when they are packed into a filter it can be hard to fully seep in and the beans as soon as they hit water start releasing all that good stuff so it just jump starts the process and gives you a better cold brew.


Looks like some of the reviews state it has broken for them in early uses, but that's not been my experience at all, I dishwash it 3 times a week for the better part of the last year and haven't had a single issue with any part of the device
Do you know what the difference is between the limited edition and the regular? Besides the price being higher.
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Do you know what the difference is between the limited edition and the regular? Besides the price being higher.
I'm not sure what the limited edition is, I actuallly updated the link, I have the Pace Burke, but i would think the products are similar enough the Burke is just reinforced with that plastic around the pitcher.
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I looked at this one but ended up getting the Ovalware for $21.58 on a lightning deal and have been happy with it.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Had tried a few other methods. Part of the appeal to this one is aesthetic, it's just a bit more pleasing to look at. It's generally only for me at the office so the smallish size is okay, I transfer to this Komax and start another brew every other day or so.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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wife got it for me, have not used it yet. its not a beech to clean? thats why ice avoided it and still use french press
Not really. You just turn it inside out to get rid of the grounds, and then boil it for a few minutes to sterilize it. Super easy.
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https://www.amazon.com/Primula-Bu...pons&psc=1 [amazon.com]


I use that one there, I got it from $8 from target, i've seen it on Amazon from 10-13 pretty frequently but it's really been a solid buy and makes good coffee. I also think one of the keys that I learned from the coffee sock is "blooming" the coffee, basically each quarter that you put into your filter of coffee beans you wet it completely so that it unlocks the flavor/coffee prior to tossing it in the fridge. Noticeable difference in strength and taste when I don't bloom it I think it speaks to the one point that when they are packed into a filter it can be hard to fully seep in and the beans as soon as they hit water start releasing all that good stuff so it just jump starts the process and gives you a better cold brew.


Looks like some of the reviews state it has broken for them in early uses, but that's not been my experience at all, I dishwash it 3 times a week for the better part of the last year and haven't had a single issue with any part of the devicethanks
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