MIXOLOGY

EASY MORNINGS : HOT COLD BREW

Unbeknownst to many, you can actually make hot coffee using cold brew concentrate.

The idea is simply to top off a couple ounces of concentrate with boiling hot water. This heats up the concentrate and gives you a warm, but not scalding, mug.

Hot cold brew coffee is actually extremely convenient if you’re low on time in the mornings. You simply warm up water in a kettle and mix your brew. It’s quicker than making coffee fresh each morning and even more delicious.

Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Take your favorite coffee mug (the big one).
  2. Add 50 ml Cold brew concentrate.
  3. Stir in 50 ml of steaming hot water.
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