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Topic: Making Cold Brew in a Parisian Cafe (6 msgs / 234 lines)
1) From: DeCambre.Peter
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2) From: Lynne
Interesting article and photo of the coolest apparatus I've ever seen for
making cold brew:http://www.parispatisseries.com/2011/10/19/coutume-cafe/Going to put this cafe on my list of 'must see' places for the next time I'm
in Paris.
[stopping to laugh hysterically at that statement]
Actually, my daughter and her fiance (well, they are pushing up their
wedding date, so by that
time he might be her *husband!!* Woo-hoo!!!) plan to live in Italy for 6
months next year. I, despite
my lack of funds, intend to visit her (trying to get work right now to save
money for this). If I get
there as I plan (that alone seems like a dream come true for me!) then
there's nothing stopping
me from adding Paris for a few days to my agenda.
Wow. I can't believe I just said that...
Lynne
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3) From: Bryan, Compass Coffee
Blue Bottle is famous for spending exorbitant amounts of money on brewi=
ng equipment.  Simply do a Google search for "blue bottle cold brew" and =
you'll get plenty of images of cold brew towers much closer to home.
 
Bryan Wray
Compass Coffee
Bryan
From: Lynne 
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Subject: [Homeroast] Making Cold Brew in a Parisian Cafe
Interesting article and photo of the coolest apparatus I've ever seen for
making cold brew:http://www.parispatisseries.com/2011/10/19/coutume-cafe/Going to put this cafe on my list of 'must see' places for the next time I'm
in Paris.
[stopping to laugh hysterically at that statement]
Actually, my daughter and her fiance (well, they are pushing up their
wedding date, so by that
time he might be her *husband!!* Woo-hoo!!!) plan to live in Italy for 6
months next year. I, despite
my lack of funds, intend to visit her (trying to get work right now to save
money for this). If I get
there as I plan (that alone seems like a dream come true for me!) then
there's nothing stopping
me from adding Paris for a few days to my agenda.
Wow. I can't believe I just said that...
Lynne
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4) From: Lynne Biziewski
What?! And ruin a perfectly good excuse to travel to Paris?
;-)
Lynne
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5) From: michael kaericher
What is is about cold brew that allows the coffee to sit so long?  I am usu=
ally not too eager to drink the leftovers from yesterday's drip pot.
-Mike
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6) From: Lynne Biziewski
Mike, I agree - yuck - but a cold brew is different. Sweet Maria's had a
page mentioning it when I put in my last order - it might be on the site if
you do a search.
The way I do it (mostly in the summer when we want iced coffee - or if I
have an almost ruined batch I don't want to waste!) is, using a  mason jar,
mix about 1/4 of the jar with ground homeroast, then fill to the top w/cold
water. Cover, shake every now & then, and let sit at least overnight -
sometimes longer. I like my coffee strong - and this, believe me, is
super-concentrated. You have to dilute it w/more water.
The general conclusion in previous discussions was that the subtle flavors
don't come through - but it *is* a great way to brew coffee that turns out a
bit bitter (like a messed up roast - but not totally messed up, speaking in
scientific terms, that is...).
You don't, by any means, need a super expensive impressive looking Blue
Bottle contraption.
Unless, of course, you're in Paris...
;-D
Lynne
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