Japanese Iced Coffee – Coffee Recipe – April 2018
“a recipe for a quick cold brew fix”
- The goal here is a slightly finer grind, as to compensate for the extra water from Ice melting, you’re only pouring 200g of water You want to filter 200ml of water in 3-4 minutes.
** Disclaimer – I’m no expert – This is a set of rough guidelines, not written specifically for any particular coffee – I’m new to Kalita. **
Preparation, kettle with 400ml of Brita filtered water boiled, coffee ground manually with Knock Aergrind, Large Ice Cubes.
Grind 18g of coffee. Rinse papers but not into vessel as you don’t want to heat the cup, rinse over sink.
Put Large Ice Cubes in Jug, + one in cup.
Kalita Wave white 185 papers.
After adding 18 grams of coffee – shake to flatten coffee bed, depending on the coffee.
Add 50g of water, stir clockwise times with bamboo stirrer.
I pour clockwise 1-2cms from the edge of the Kalita.
Pour a further 75g of water, attempting as slow a pour as possible continuous.
At 1.30 I pour the remaining 75g in a anti-clockwise motion again continuous and slow.
I’m aiming for 2.30-3.00 for water to filter.
Wait 1 minute for coffee to chill in ice jug.
Pour cold coffee into a glass with 1 large ice cube in and enjoy!