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    Good idea. Thank you for sharing.

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    Interestingly, thanks a lot for making some points clear.

  3. #13
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    Hi, OP!

    Thanks for sharing, though I prefer a so-called "Japanese" method. You need to use your normal brew method, but make three minor tweaks. First, use half the water you'd normally use. Second, grind the beans slightly finer than usual. Finally, fill the vessel into which your coffee brews with ice, in roughly the same amount as what you used to brew (you can measure with a scale or even just estimate by eye).
    The brewed coffee will be twice as strong, but will be brewed directly into the ice, which instantly chills it.
    Less time consuming and more user-friendly, in my opinion.

 

 
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