Sous Vide “Cold” Brew Coffee with #anovafoodnerd Johnny Gabaldon
Waiting 12-24 hours for delicious cold brew coffee is a thing of the past. Unleash the power of Anova and deliver incredible sous vide cold brew coffee in a fraction of the time. Find out why sous vide coffee makes for a better brew with Anova with coffee aficionado and #anovafoodnerd Johnny Gabaldon and learn how to set up a sous vide cold brew coffee experiment of your own.
How is Cold Brew Coffee Different?
Cold-brew coffee is a perfect alternative to high-heat drip coffee. When brewed properly the result is a full-flavored cup of joe–minus the bitter, high-acid components that can be problematic for some people.
Cold-brew has a very distinct advantage over high-heat drip coffee, because it can be prepared in bulk ahead of time, then refrigerated for days without losing its fresh qualities. Of course, cold-brew coffee does have one very unique disadvantage – it can take anywhere from 12 to 24 hours to make. That’s where Anova comes in.
Wicked Good Time Saver
Recently, I had an epiphany. As I was filtering a batch of traditional cold-brew, I wondered if there was a better, faster, easier way to accomplish this. My AnovaPrecision Cooker hummed along just inches from me. I instinctively knew the answer!
I successfully married two techniques to make a beautiful cup of low-acidic, full-flavored coffee in only 2 hours. Yes, two hours… And while two hours may seem like a long time vs. a drip-brew, two hours is a time warp compared to standard cold-brew coffee.
Sous Vide Cold Brew Coffee, Step by Step
What you’ll need:
- ½ cup fresh coarsely ground coffee
- 4 cups water
- Mason jars with lids
- Coffee filter
- Measuring cups or scale