It's Cold Brew Season!

It's Cold Brew Season!

The summer is finally here, and it's the perfect opportunity to share our cold brew recipe. We all love coffee, and hopefully, you'll love our favorite recipe for Morning PT Cold Brew!

Here is the goodness.

What you will need: Crossed Sabers Coffee Morning PT Cold Brew beans, Purified Bottled water, Coffee Grinder, Brewing container (Tupperware, Large Bottle, etc.), Strainer, Small Spray Bottle of Water, Spoon, Scale, Fridge, and Thirst for amazing Cold Brew.

Approx. Time: 24 Hours


1. Weigh 300 grams of Crossed Sabers Coffee Morning PT Cold Brew coffee beans.

2. Spray the beans 4 times with a small spray bottle of water. This act of spraying beans before grinding them is called RDT or Ross Droplet Technique. This step will help reduce the amount of static that will occur in the grinding process. Making it a lot less messy of a process.

3. Grind the coffee using your favorite setting on a grinder or use our bags of grounds.

4. Pour grinds into whatever container you have. We use a 3.7L or 15.7 cup Rubbermaid Tupperware bowl. This will perfectly fit all of the ingredients.

5. Once you have ground the coffee and put the grounds into the container you will be using, pour 3000 ml of room temperature purified water onto the grounds (Save the gallon water jug you use to pour the finishing product into later!). Be sure to saturate the grounds in your pouring process fully.

6. Now, use a spoon to press down the coffee grounds to ensure they are all fully saturated with water.

7. Cover with a lid and leave in the fridge for 24 hours.

8. At some point around the halfway point, take the brewing container out of the fridge and gently mix everything again to ensure adequate and even extraction.

9. After 24 hours, remove the brewing container from the fridge and use a fine mesh sieve/colander to separate the grounds from the brewed coffee. Then, discard the grounds. (You can also use them in your compost or sprinkle the spent grounds around your garden as a natural fertilizer)

10. Transfer your strained cold brew into a gallon jug or a glass growler for storage. (Optionally, you can filter the brew again through a coffee filter, but we find that tends to get rid of a lot of the body that I find desirable in a cold brew). Store in fridge.

11. Finally, shake well before serving over ice, optionally with your milk or creamer of choice!

Happy Brewing!

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