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iced coffee

Check out our favorite recipes:

hariov60
Hario v60 Recipe* Makes a nice tall 16 oz iced coffee with bangin’ flavor notes. We recommend brewing our Ethiopian Worka & Rophi, Rwandan Misozi-Kopaki, and Nicaraguan Los Cipreces De Loma coffees. *This is our head roaster Eric’s favorite method.
Ingredients:
  • 25 g coffee, medium grind
  • 105 g of ice
  • 195 g hot water
  • Pint-sized glass
Instructions:
  1. Boil water and let the temp come down for 20 seconds. Should be 195-205 degrees.
  2. Put the ice in your glass.
  3. Pre-wet filter by pouring some hot water in.
  4. Rinse carafe.
  5. Put 25g of medium fine grind of coffee in the filter.
  6. Pour 40g hot water over coffee.
  7. Allow to bloom for 40 seconds.
  8. Evenly pour enough water to raise level of slurry to half way up cone.
  9. Maintain that height until you have poured the remaining hot water
  10. Overall brewtime should be 2 minutes and 20 seconds.
  11. Add ice to keep cold, to your own taste.
Savor & enjoy!

chemex-8-cup-coffee-maker
Chemex (32 oz) Makes 2 large cups of coffee. We recommend brewing our Ethiopian Worka & Rophi, Rwandan Misozi-Kopaki, and Nicaraguan Los Cipreces De Loma coffees. Phil, our Production Manager, says “This is my favorite way. It’s glorious!”
Ingredients:
  • 60 g course-ground coffee
  • 300 g ice
  • 500 g hot water
Instructions:
  1. Boil water and let the temp come down for 20 seconds. Should be 195-205 degrees.
  2. Pre-wet filter by pouring some hot water in.
  3. Rinse carafe.
  4. Put the ice in the chemex.
  5. Put coffee in the filter.
  6. Pour 80g hot water over coffee.
  7. Allow to bloom for 40s.
  8. Evenly pour enough water to raise level of slurry to halfway up cone.
  9. Maintain that height until you have poured the remaining hot water.
  10. Overall brewtime should be 4 minutes
  11. The resulting solution should be slightly cold coffee with little to no ice in it.  Then you pour that into glasses and add ice to make it completely cold.
Savor & enjoy!

 
frenchpress
French Press (16 oz)  Makes 3-4 large cups of coffee. Our are you gold. blend is just right for this recipe. Gets you a cold brew, which will be tame, chocolate, and full bodied.
Ingredients:
  • 4oz course ground coffee
  • Cold filtered water
Instructions:
  1. Put the coffee in the empty french press.
  2. Fill the rest of the way with cold filtered water.
  3. Stir once.
  4. Put the top on.
  5. Steep for 24 hours.
  6. Push plunger down.
  7. Decant concentrate. (You can put concentrate in fridge for up to 2 days)
  8. Dilute to taste with water.
  9. Add ice.
Savor & enjoy!