How To Make Coffee Concentrate

How To Make Coffee Concentrate

Jarrad Jarrad
1 minute read

We're going to teach you a quick and easy way to make Coffee concentrate! 

Making Coffee concentrate is the perfect way to create amazing lattes and other fun and delicious coffee recipes. Try this at home and start experimenting. You will be amazed by what you can create with this easy-to-do at-home recipe!

Ingredients


Instructions

  • Grab your favorite bag of Bones coffee!
  • 4:1 water to coffee ratio
  • Grab Your Chocolate Orange Coffee (Whole bean or ground)
  • Ground the coffee to a fine consistency (if you have whole bean coffee)
  • Weigh out 100 grams of coffee
  • Measure 400 grams of water and heat it to 200 degrees
  • Pre-wet your filter
  • Add your 100 grams of ground coffee
  • Add your 400 Grams of water allowing the coffee to bloom between pours
  • Remove your filter with grounds

You can store this in a mason jar or any other type of air-sealed container for up to 5 days!

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