What is the cold brew process for coffee?
Hey there coffee lovers! Summer is just around the corner and that means it's time to start thinking about your favorite cold brew coffee.
But what exactly is the cold brew process? How is it different from your average iced coffee?
Well, let me tell you, the cold brew process is a game changer. Instead of using hot water to extract the flavors from the beans, cold brew coffee is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold water for an extended period of time, typically around 20 hours. This slow extraction process results in a coffee that is smooth, rich, and low in acidity.
On the other hand, Iced Americanos are made by brewing hot coffee then cooling it down over ice. This can often result in a watered down and less flavorful cup of joe.
But Grady's Cold Brew takes it to the next level by using a special blend of 100% Arabica beans and chicory, a root that adds a natural sweetness to the coffee. Plus, our cold brew is all-natural, sugar-free, and only has 15 calories per serving. Can't beat that!
So if you want a smooth and delicious cold brew coffee that will keep you fueled all summer long give Grady's a try. You won't be disappointed. And don't forget to check out our website for recipe ideas, like mixing Grady's with milk for a creamy latte or using it as the base for a boozy coffee cocktail.
A STALE DAD JOKE ABOUT COFFEE: Why was the coffee upset? Because it was feeling a latte pressure.