There's nothing like a cup of coffee to kick start your morning. But hot days call for java served in a more refreshing way. How about brewing iced coffee at home?
This video tutorial proves the process couldn't be simpler. Although it does require some waiting the results are totally worth it and you'll find yourself brewing iced coffee often.
Basically, you'll need to combine one part coffee to two parts water in a container with a lid. This mixture is steeped overnight (hence the waiting) and strained over a coffee filter the next morning. Then it is mixed with equal parts water and...voilà...you have the perfect base for making ice coffee with all your favorite fixings.
Check out how it's done below and if you don't have the patience to strain coffee then give these cold brew coffee bags a try.
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