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    Coffee syrup

    My mother used to have a coffee device that produced 'coffee syrup'. It used filters and 1lb of coffee, and made a coffee syrup that required only one teaspoon of syrup per cup of hot water for a fresh cup of coffee. Is anyone familiar with the device I'm talking about? If so, who makes it, and where can I find one?

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    thats an interesting idea... but i have no idea how the machine could make syrup... but imagine a coffee type glaze or sweetiner for cooking, coffee recipes in food are great.
    Probably on a caffeine high.

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    man, i'd like to have one of those machines! mmmmm think if they made a coffee glaze for donuts! yum yum

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    The cold water brewing method. No need to have a machine to do it. Grind some coffee (medium-coarse) and place in a jug. Add cold water, stir, cover and leave for 24 hours. Then drain it through a normal filter paper and store in fridge. I would start with 500g coffee (1lb) and 500ml (about a pint), then adjust to taste after that.
    If you want to buy equipment however, try www.cafemaison.com/023.html
    as they sell them.
    Enjoy.

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    landchas, was the device on the site Just Java mentioned what you were looking for? Just Java thanks for the thoughts on the process. Personally I don't think I've ever tried this method or had any that I knew about

    Is it good, better, bad, any take on it?

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    landchas I think I know what you mean and I have been searching myself. At some restaurants they don't brew coffee normally. I have been told they use a special coffee brewer and use a product called "belgian coffee oil" no grounds involved. Makes an incredible cup of coffee, no bitterness just smooth flavorful coffee. Black gold! Nectar of the gods! ok sorry got carried away. If I find anything I will post here.

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    its concentrate...why drink that when you can have the fresh stuff? Sigh...give me convenience or give me death(Jello Biafra)
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    coffee syrup, a.k.a. "cold brew coffee"

    I just registered & am new to this, but interested in Toddy cold brew method. Saw it in "Cuisine at Home" magazine, also on-line at www.cuisineathome.com (Feb. issue), gave it highest mark for good flavor. Apparently can only buy on-line, I'm checking e-bay. Interested in "at home" method without special Toddy equip. Anybody tried it?

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    Re: coffee syrup, a.k.a. "cold brew coffee"

    Quote Originally Posted by Princess Tedi Bear
    Interested in "at home" method without special Toddy equip. Anybody tried it?
    Didn't Just Java answer your question? Just scroll up a few inches.

 

 

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