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Monday, June 24, 2019

Easy Cold Brew Coffee For One

The no-mess, no-fuss way to cold brew coffee for one.


      I received samples from Steeped Coffe to facilitate this post.

  I love cold brew coffee as it has a sweeter rich taste that is also less acidic when compared to regular coffee. Cold brew coffee is not just coffee poured over ice but it is a cup of delicious coffee that has been slowly brewed for 12-24 hours in cold water. That may seem like a long time for a cup of coffee but once you try cold brew coffee, you will understand the need for a slow brew. Slow brewing coffee in cold water produces a sweeter rich coffee that is less bitter with less acid. So if you have problems with acid and coffee, you need to try cold brew coffee. You don't even need any fancy coffee makers to make cold brew coffee. All you need is coffee, a container and a way to strain the coffee grounds. You can make a large batch of cold brew coffee concentrate and store it in your fridge or you can make one delicious cup at a time so you can have fresh cold brew coffee every day.



Making cold brew coffee the easy way


 The one part of making cold brew coffee that I do not like is having to strain the coffee grounds after the coffee has brewed. This can take a while and require several coffee filters or a special mesh filter. This coffee straining can be slow and mess with coffee grounds sometimes ending up in the coffee. So that requires a second straining. I discovered a wonderful coffee that comes in a guilt-free packaging that is great for making a no-mess, no-fuss, cup of cold brew coffee. You simply place the fresh roasted, pre-portioned coffee in a container of cold water and let it brew overnight on your counter. You then wake up to a delicious cup of cold brew coffee. All you have to do is remove the customized coffee filter from the water and drink. I love that I don't have to wait forever for the coffee to strain through a messy filter. I do give the bag of coffee a squeeze to get all the coffee flavor into my cup. You can add milk and sweetener if you like but I think you will discover that this rich flavorful coffee has a sweet taste and may not need any sugar.

Enjoy cold brew coffee when traveling



 I love taking Steeped Coffee with me when I travel to blog conferences. The single serve coffee packs can be packed in my carry on as they have no liquid in them. just fresh premium coffee in Nitro Sealed bags, that keeps the oxygen out so the coffee stays fresh. Once I get to the hotel, I place the single serve coffee pouch into a container of cold water and then I get to wake up to fresh cold brew coffee. The coffee only needs to slow brew in the cold water for 12-24 hours. If you want a cup of rich delicious coffee sooner, simply steep the Steeped Bag in hot water for about five minutes. There is no machine, no noise, no cleanup, no destructive waste.



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 Features of Steeped Coffee include:
100% Specialty Coffee: quality coffee ethically sourced directly from farmers
Nitro Sealed: removes oxygen, stopping the clock on freshly ground beans
Ultrasonic Edges: no glue, staples, or wasted materials for max steeping
Full Immersion Filter: non-GMO filters that regulate ideal water-in and maximum flavor-out
Guilt-Free Packaging: made using plant-based renewable and compostable materials
Micro Batching: roasted locally in small batches
Precision Ground: consistent water-cooled grinding to the micron
Pre-Portioned: consistent SCA recommended water-to-coffee ratios
Just Add Water: single-serve convenience with no machines required
Barista Approved: tested by multiple independent specialty coffee Q-graders for freshness, quality, and taste

How to make cold brew coffee for one



  Fill a container with 6-8 ounces cold water. I love using a small Mason jar. When traveling, I use a plastic protein shaker jar or travel coffee mug.

Place the bag of fresh premium Steeped coffee into the cold water. The tough part is choosing which coffee blend you want, there are five blends of Steep coffee roasts to choose from, even decaf!

Dunk the coffee bag a couple of times so the coffee gets fully soaked, I like to place a spoon on top of the coffee bag for while to help the soaking.

Place a lid over the container and let it brew on your counter for 12 -24 hours, the longer it brews the more flavor.

After the Steeped coffee has brewed, remove the bag and squeeze all the water out of it, getting all that flavorful coffee into the container.

Add milk and sweetener to taste. You can also add some ice if you want the coffee cold or heat it up for a cup of warm, cold brew coffee.

+Repeat the above steps daily so you can enjoy cold brew coffee every day.



Want to make a large batch of cold brew coffee? 

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29 comments:

  1. This looks great! I live off cold brew, especially during the summer. It cools me off, and it keeps that caffeine flowing.

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  2. I love cold brew coffee! There's something about it that gives me more pep than hot coffee.

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  3. Even during the summer, my first cup in the morning has to be HOT. Then after that, I switch to cold coffee. This will be perfect for me and my husband.

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  4. This is such a great post. I’m not a big coffee fan, but this would be a good option for my oldest daughter who is a cold brew fan. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Oh interesting! Way to make coffee making so so much easier to do!! :) I friggin love this idea. I feel like I don't drink coffee just cause I don't want to make it.

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  6. This looks good never had cold coffee before, imagine.

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  7. I will show this to my mom. She does love her coffee, so I bet she'll enjoy the cold brew.

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  8. I'm not a coffee drinker, but my husband loves his coffee. I totally need to share this with him! This could be a game changer since he can take it with him when he travels!

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  9. This is such a great idea! I love coldbrew and prefer it in summer but it can be a hassle. This is genius.

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  10. I'm liking the sound of this. The ease of making this coffee is going to be so helpful when I'm traveling! The cold brewed idea sounds really nice as well!

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  11. Cold brew coffee is one my favorites, as its aroma so gentle and so aromatic! Love it!

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  12. Sounds like some great coffee. I'm not much of a coffee drinker myself, but know plenty who are. This could make for a good gift for them too.

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  13. We are fans of the cold brew coffee here. I love the idea of making it at home.

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  14. That looks so wonderful. I love coffee and I'm going to have to try that out this summer, iced coffee sound fab!

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  15. Cold Brew Coffee is just something perfect for this scoarching heat outside! It will be my fav drink for sure! :)

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  16. I can't live without coffee! I should try this recipe for sure!

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  17. Oh this looks so good! I love coffee but sometimes in the summer it's hard to drink the hot stuff. This would be great for summertime.

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  18. I love cold brew coffee especially in the summer. This looks really great!

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  19. No one in my household is a coffee drinker. I feel so bad when we have guests. But this just might be the solution I've been looking for.

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  20. I LOVE coffee. This could be a game changer since now I can take it with me while I run errands or meetings. It looks delicious! During the summer i like the cold brew.

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  21. Normally I drink 2-4 coffees per day.Your pictures made me stop and read your whole post. They are amazing.Thanks for sharing things with us. Happy blogging :)

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  22. As a coffee lover, this is something that I would really love to try. Been exploring different coffee lately so I must say I have to try this.

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  23. I am not much of a coffee lover because the taste is strong. But I love tea! I wonder if this brand has tea?

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  24. I don't do the cold coffee thing. However, my husband loves it and I need to make him this.

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  25. I love cold brew coffee especially in summer and warmer months. This recipe and the tips are great- I love the idea of having it fresh every day.

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  26. I actually prefer having this kind of coffee. It's flavorful, easy to prepare and To Go, awesome isn't it? Yes I am interested learning doing it for a bigger batch.

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  27. This one looks authentic and something that I'll be hooked it. Cold brew coffee is actually a goo preference of mine. I am happy to know you like it too.

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  28. I'd love to give this a try sometime. Looks delicious.

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  29. Coffee made in this way has a slightly different taste. The traditional drink acquires the saturation and lasting aroma as a result.

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