The Orginal Toddy Cold Brew System is for you! Easy to make and store in your fridge, ready to drink and relax on those warm summer days.
This cold water brewing method extracts fewer oils than hot brew methods and with 2/3 less acid, you get a smoother cup of coffee that's easier on the stomach. Use the Toddy concentrate in hot or cold drinks.
Includes Instructions Recipe Booklet Brew Container Glass Decanter with Lid Rubber Stopper Two Reusable Filters The Toddy coffee maker extracts the coffee bean's true delicious flavour and eliminates much of the acidity producing a bold super-smooth coffee that can be served one cup at a time.
The Toddy brewer is also ideal for making tea - served hot or over ice.
Here's how to make it...
1. For the best flavour, start with coarsely ground coffee beans (fresh roasted is best) and filtered water. The Toddy brewing container is designed to hold 340g of coffee and 1600ml of water.
Fill - First, insert the stopper into the outside bottom of the brewing container; then, dampen the filter and insert it into the inside bottom of the brewing container.
2. Next, add 200ml of water into the bottom of the Toddy brewing container and 170g of ground coffee. Slowly pour 700ml more of water over the grounds, in a circular motion. Then, add the remaining 170g of ground coffee. Finally, wait 5 minutes and slowly add the last 700ml cups of water. DO NOT STIR (stirring the bed of grounds can result in a clogged filter).
Lightly press down on the topmost grounds with the back of a spoon to ensure all grounds get wet.
3. Brew - Steep your coffee grounds for 12 to 18 hours to create a smooth, rich flavour. Remove the stopper and let your coffee concentrate flow into the glass decanter - stays fresh for up to 2 weeks in your refrigerator.
4. Serve - We recommend starting with a ratio of 1 part coffee concentrate to 2-3 parts water, milk or non-dairy milk. Mix to taste, making your coffee as strong or as weak as you prefer. For rich, smooth iced coffee, simply pour coffee concentrate and water, milk or almond milk over ice. Combine coffee concentrate with steaming hot water for a bolder, gentler cup of hot coffee.
I make some cold brews with this kind of coffee piece. thx
I've used this filter a my previous work for a year or so. Just once in a 10-15 brews need to replace the filter (surely you need to rinse the filter after every brew). It produce a great cold brew coffee and very easy to clean. The strange thing that it have no lid. Used a plate instead :) Overall, the taste for me was better than hario or asobu cold brew gadgets.