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Introduction To Cold Brewing; Cold Brewed Coffee; Cold Brewed Tea - KitchenAid 5KCM4212SX User Manual

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INTRODUCTION TO COLD BREWING

COLD BREWED COFFEE

Example of recommended
coarsely ground coffee.
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COLD BREWED TEA

The Cold Brew Coffee Maker can also be used to make tea concentrate (approximately
960-1020 mL). Cold brewed tea is steeped in cold water over a period of 6-12 hours.
To serve your tea beverage, we recommend using a 1:7 tea to water ratio. This means
you add 1 part tea concentrate to 7 parts water.
Enjoy your cold brew tea the way you like by mixing concentrate with ice, water, milk,
or sweeteners.
TIP: The longer you steep and the more tea you use, the more bitter the tea
will become.
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8 | INTRODUCTION TO COLD BREWING
The classic cold brew coffee brewing method uses coarsely
ground coffee steeped in cold water over a period of
12-24 hours. This no-heat brew method produces a smooth,
balanced flavour that's less bitter.
The KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker makes roughly
840 mL of coffee concentrate.
To serve your cold brew beverage, we recommend using
a 1:3 coffee to water/milk ratio. This means you add 1 part
coffee concentrate to 3 parts water or milk.
RECIPES USING COFFEE CONCENTRATE
60 mL coffee
Water
concentrate
or milk
Adjust amount of coffee concentrate
to achieve desired taste.
RECIPES USING TEA CONCENTRATE
Water
30 mL tea
concentrate
Adjust amount of tea concentrate to
achieve desired taste.
Cold coffee: 180 mL cold water or
milk, add ice/sweeteners to taste
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Hot coffee: 180 mL hot water, add
milk/sweeteners to taste
Cold tea: 210 mL cold water, add ice/
sweeteners to taste
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Hot tea: 210 mL hot water,
add milk/sweeteners to taste

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