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How to make Cold Brew Coffee

How to make Cold Brew Coffee

A Simple Cold Brew Coffee . . . kind of . . .

When making cold brew coffee there is alot to compare between it and hot brew coffee. With the recent articles in the news relating to carcinogens released in Hot Brewing I started looking into other options. So I welcomed the great taste of the low acidity and smooth flavor of the Cold Brew.

Cold Brew Benefits

So for a quick cold brew

Well I came across this when I did my review of the Animato Whipped Cream Dispenser.  I was exploring other uses and discovered I could pressurize the coffee grounds and water in the whipped cream dispenser to infuse the cold brew. While some cold brewing techniques require 1 -2 days this method gave me the same results within 2 hours.

How did it compare?

Well in my personal opinion this Cold Brew Coffee was even better than some cold slow drip coffee brew that cost me alot more money.



Cold Brew Coffee
5 from 1 vote

Cold Brew Coffee

Brewing at a lower temperature results in lower acidity and great cup of coffee
Fat 0g
Protein 0g
Net Carbs 0g
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Servings 2
Calories 5 kcal


  • 100 g Coffee Beans (whole)
  • 500 g water


  • Coarsely grind beans I use a Burr Grinder 
  • Add coffee and water to a one-liter whipping siphon. Charge with three cartridges of N2O
  • Gently swirl the upright siphon. Do not shake, as coffee grounds could become lodged in the valve and cause problems with pressure release or sealing
  • Chill -  Place siphon on ice or in the fridge for two hours to infuse. 
  • Holding siphon upright, release pressure by slowly pressing the lever. Place a coffee filter in a Chemex or other pour-over brewer. Unscrew siphon lid, and pour coffee into coffee filter. 
  • Dilute with cold water to desired strength and pour over ice. 
  • Drink! 
Cold Brew Coffee
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