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I've also taken a hint from the tea world and decided to just bag it! I've had good results using a cotton bag with a draw string top to hold my ground coffee. Dump the coffee in the bag, cinch the top closed and tie an extra knot around the top of the bag with the draw string for some extra security. Then the bag goes in the coffee and hangs out. I've ...


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Yes, you can freeze cold brew. There was a time in my life when I did exactly that. I prepared cold brew in a large batch, then, each day before work, I filled a stainless steel water bottle and stuck that in the freezer overnight. Next day, the bottle would go straight to the fridge at work in the morning, and by lunchtime I'd have drinkable, iced cold brew....


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There are many variables that affect the final cup (in any type of brewing): The brewing technique (even with cold brew you can change factors like grind size, steeping in the fridge or at room temperature, brew time, etc.) The type of roast (as you say lighter versus darker roasts) The type of bean (different origins and how the bean was processed from a ...


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