03 DECANTING - Decanting Your Cold Brew Coffee to Get the Least Sediment

03 DECANTING - Decanting Your Cold Brew Coffee to Get the Least Sediment


Thanks for coming! This is the third video, Decanting Your Cold Brew Coffee to Get the Least Sediment, in a series of four, illustrating my blog article "Does Cold Water Make Better Coffee?", Please check out the written article for complete information. All 4 of these videos have been embedded in the article. The wine and brewing industries use a process called "racking" to reduce sediment in the final product. My decanting process does much the same thing, keep as much sediment out of your marvelous cold brew coffee as possible. After all, who likes to get stuck with a bunch of dark sludge in the bottom of their cup? The other three videos are: 1. The Right equipment and way to grind your coffee beans. 2. The Right Water to Make Coffee (yes, there is wrong water) 3. How to Clean Your French Press - after a while, contact with coffee oils and bean grinds will make your shiny bright metal parts look like they're part of the coffee. I'm eager to see your responses to these videos and blog article! I'm new to this and I have a lot to learn, so constructive criticism is always welcome. If I haven't made something as clear as I thought I have, please ask for clarification. If you think that you have a better way, or can add a new twist to cold brew coffee, please share, I'm certain that I and every other viewer will be interested. Bob Bugtel
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