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4 Fantastic Reasons to Cold Brew Your Coffee Beans

One of the latest and most popular trends to hit coffee drinkers these days is cold brew coffee. This method of brewing coffee involves steeping coarsely-ground coffee beans in refrigerated or room temperatures for about 12 to 48 hours. After this period, the grounds are then filtered out to produce cold brew coffee.

What is left is a powerful coffee concentrate that needs diluting, even for the most experienced coffee drinkers. It also brings out the coffee flavors in a way that is distinct from other methods of preparation.

In this article, we are going to talk about the benefits of this type of coffee. If you remain unconvinced of its qualities, read on. You might just learn something. 

1. It is less acidic

One of the most frustrating things about regular coffee is that it is an acidic solution. As such, it is unfit for sufferers of acid reflux, heartburn, and those with sensitive stomachs. This is not a problem with cold brew, as it produces less of the acidic oils and compounds generally associated with regular coffee. 

2. It is less time-consuming and longer-lasting

A home typically needs about one to two pots of coffee a day, depending on the number of people living in the household. That means someone has to take all the steps towards hot brewing coffee, from installing the coffee filter to mixing the drink.

Cold brews can save you time, even with their considerable steep time. That’s because this method allows you to create large batches of coffee that last up to two weeks in the refrigerator, as opposed to the 24 hours a hot pot of coffee generally lasts. 

What’s great about the large batch is you can dilute the coffee even at the start of the week to your preference, so you don’t have to keep mixing it every time. 

3. Better intake of caffeine

There is a debate as to whether or not cold brew actually has more caffeine than hot coffee. Some argue that because this method produces a concentrate, it should not be compared to regular coffee in that form. 

Whatever the case may be, many users report drinking cold brew without experiencing the negative effects generally associated with increased consumption of caffeine. Fewer users report palpitations, for example, which is generally associated with strong brews, like espresso.

4. It has healthy nutrients

The antioxidants in unfiltered coffee are generally known to improve organ function, preventing diseases like Parkinson’s, Type II diabetes, and other degenerative conditions. It also reduces the production of LDL cholesterol, which is the bad kind that builds up in the lining of the arteries. 

The smoother and better flavors allow it to be a wonderful product on its own, without needing creamers and sugars. Of course, these health benefits are most active when coffee is taken only in moderation. 

Conclusion

Coffee is an important part of nearly every working American’s day. It is there to provide clarity and energy, and it is also a delicious beverage enjoyed by many. Cold brew is not only easier to make and store, but it is also a delicious form of this beloved drink in its own right. Consider cold brewing your coffee the next time you make a batch. 

If you would like to try a good batch of cold brew in Phoenix, send us at Sip Coffee & Beer a message. We have great selections perfect for your any preference

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