I recently have gotten into cold brew coffee. It’s fantastic, easy, makes large batches, but most of all it’s sooooo good. Cold brewing produces a rich full bodied coffee with a lot less acidity then normally brewed coffee. Plus it can be made as a concentrate so that large batches can be made at once and stored for up to two weeks in the fridge. My method is simplistic, but works. Fill a few tea steeping bags with coffee, double bag them to keep the grinds in, put them in a pitcher, add water, cover the top, and then let it sit for 12-16 hours on the counter. After that take the bags out remembering to squeeze as much liquid from them back into the pitcher as possible and refrigerate. Boom!!! Great tasting coffee concentrate that can either be drank as is or diluted to you preference. However, now I am looking for a more serious method or device to cold brew awesome coffee. So what’s yours?