Does cold coffee taste?
Cold Brew around the world. But does it taste cold coffee?
The optimal temperature for coffee is optimal white between 90 ° and 95 ° C. While chilled filter coffee is excited by many horrors, a fresh, cold-brewed coffee can actually be a real pleasure. This trend has long been widespread in American coffee shops. But why should one prepare cold coffee?
The story of the Cold Brew
In the 17th century, many travelers have prepared on their way through Asia their coffee cold. The advantage was that it does not require hot water as you go, this indeed could not feed but cold drinking water had been always there. Cold Brew had the great advantage that it was much easier cooked and easily, even in large quantities, could be transported.
The question arises, however why is cold coffee in the 21st century experienced at one time a small but not insignificant hype? In the preparation at room temperature ie less bitter substances are released than in the conventional method. A Cold Brew Coffee contains less acid than hot coffee, yet still not really less flavorings. It has been compared to the hot coffee a milder and more tolerable coffee.
Cold Brew Preparation
You a vessel in which the coffee powder can be mixed with water. On 1 liter of water comes about 200 grams of coffee. The stirred mixture is then covered and allowed to stand for 8-12 hours at room temperature. Then you can run the mixture simply through a normal coffee filter and Voila your Cold Brew coffee is ready