How To Make Cold Brew Coffee

It’s officially here! 
Last weekend was the official start of the NFL season! The Lions square off against the Titans this weekend in the Motor City, so let’s all say a silent prayer they get a win! It was a total nail-biter in Indianapolis last week, but thankfully the season started with a victory πŸ™‚

 I mentioned before about my season-long partnership with NFL Fan Style, so I’m kicking things off with a new favorite – cold brew coffee.

Wilson Football | Tervis Tumbler
 Of course you want to enjoy a cold one during the game, but for those of us in Hawaii, kickoff is sometimes at the crack of dawn, so here is my Hawaiian take on “a gameday cold one” πŸ˜‰

You Will Need:
1 large mason jar, glass container or Tervis Tumbler
8 cups of water
small hand-held strainer
cheesecloth

1. Pour coffee grounds in to the bottom of the mason jar.
2. Pour the water on top.
3. Stir it up very well.
4. Put the lid back on the mason jar and let sit on your counter for 12-13 hours.
*some people prefer to refrigerate during this process, but I think it makes the end result more bitter. 
5.  After your cold brew mix has “brewed” for 12-13 hours, take your measuring cup and place your strainer on top of it.
6.  Lay your cheesecloth on top of the strainer so it lines it fully.
7.  Pour your cold brew mix of grounds & water over top of the cheesecloth and strainer.
8.  Rinse your mason jar, and pour your strained cold brew back in there for storage!
9. Enjoy!

XL Ice Cube Tray
For the best iced coffee ever, be sure to add coffee cubes so it never tastes watered down!
What’s your favorite game day beverage?

Happy Weekend, everyone!
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  • I've never tried this but it sounds so easy! Thanks for sharing.

  • Jen

    I will be doing this for Kyle! He is the resident coffee drinker in our house.

  • Yummy, sounds delicious and so easy!! I never knew it was that simple. It is the perfect drink of the hot weather here in Miami.

  • Coffee ice cubes are my go-to!

  • I don't drink coffee but I am sure I have friends who would like this.

  • This is easy and a great idea. I dont know why I have never done this. I will be making these today.

  • Yum this looks so good! The idea to freeze coffee ice cubes is brilliant!

  • This recipe looks really amazing. I have tried making cold brew before, but now I just buy the premade Starbucks at the store. I know its a little pricey, but its also so good!

  • My husband loves making cold coffee for himself. I personally stick with the hot haha

  • This looks AMAZING. I love how yummy this looks. I don't drink coffee, but will definitely be sharing for my friends that do!

  • I don't own cheesecloth. I wonder how hard it is to find?

  • Coffee is life in my world so this sounds all sorts of yum to me!

  • Cold brew is my favorite kind of coffee! I discovered it last year and haven't gone back since! It's so easy and tastes so much better!

  • I am going to be trying this soon! I bought cold brew from the grocery store a few times and HATED the taste, but I love cold brew at coffee shops.

  • I am not a big fan of cold brew but I know people who are big fans of it!

  • We freeze any left over coffee into cubes and then add to iced coffee, or sometimes I add to my almond milk and let melt for a creamier iced coffee. I haven't tried making my own cold brew yet. Great share!

  • I've been wanting to try making cold brew coffee. I started freezing coffee cubes to make smoothies and I thought I was brilliant haha!

  • Coffee is what I wanting all the time! But I think cold brew coffee is good.

  • The only coffee I like is cold brew! Thanks for sharing your methodology with me, that's how I improve my own craft!

  • YUM!! I lvoe my coffee adn cold brew seem to be the it thing right now. I will have to try this process as it seem easy and delicious.

  • The kind of coffee that I have every morning depends on my mood, I love iced coffee especially if I don't have much time to sit down and enjoy my breakfast. I think this is a lovely idea! I sure would love to try this.

  • I have yet to try cold brew coffee – but I LOVE coffee. I also love using coffee ice cubes, such a great way to use up leftover coffee!

  • My husband loves ice and cold brewed coffee and normally I have to go to Starbucks or Dunkin to surprise him with it. This recipe sounds awesome and I can't wait to surprise him with it and score major gold star points πŸ™‚

  • This looks absolutely amazing. It's about time for me to move away from cold coffee though with the weather change. I may indulge again before the weather truly changes.

  • Omg I had no idea making cold brew coffee was this easy!!!!! I'm going to have to try and make some now!

  • I love cold brew coffee! Thanks for showing me how to make it! Also, we live in North Carolina, so we are Panthers fans. Go Panthers!

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  • I actually had no idea how to do this – I can't wait to try!

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