Coffee is the perfect cup of joe when it’s hot, but it’s also a great way to make a cold brew.
That’s because it’s a blend of ingredients that’s been cooked for a long time and then strained into a cool, dark cup of coffee.
In some countries, it’s often a good idea to boil the coffee before drinking it, or to make your own cold brew using instant coffee.
But it’s worth it to start by warming the water up to around 85 degrees Celsius.
This will give your brew a slightly more mellow and sweeter taste.
To prepare your cold brew, add a couple of tablespoons of coffee grounds to a cup of cold water.
This is called “sour water” and it is the equivalent of adding two tablespoons of sugar to a glass of iced tea.
Then, pour your hot coffee into a small pan or pitcher.
Let the coffee steep for 15 minutes, then strain the liquid into a coffee filter.
This removes any impurities that may have been in the coffee.
This method is often used for making iced teas, which is why it’s so popular in Turkish coffee shops.
But if you’re making a cold cup, you’ll want to boil it for 30 seconds before adding it to the cold brew kettle.
That will make it easier to pour the coffee into the hot cup and get the flavours to come through.
It’s also good to chill the coffee for a few minutes before drinking.
After a couple more minutes, add the hot water and the coffee to the coffee filter, and it should be ready to drink.
But make sure that you don’t put any impure liquid into the coffee, because that could make the drink taste unpleasant.
For more on coffee, read our coffee guide.
What to buy and what to avoid If you’re looking for a quality cold brew that will keep you warm, the following brands are good options: Nestlé Cold Brew