How to Make a Japanese Iced Coffee
Japanese iced coffee recipes are a great way to maintain the brightness in a cold drink. If you’ve been drinking a lot of cold brew, the differences between these two methods – even with the same coffee – will be night and day.
We’ve dialed in this brew recipe to get the perfect, refreshing drink to cool down with on those hot summer days.
What you'll need:
How to make it:
- 1. Start by wetting the filter in your V60 to remove any of the paper filter taste.
- 2. Add in the 40g of ice into the carafe.
- 3. Pour the 20 grams of ground coffee to the V60 filter and start your timer.
- 4. Pour 60g of the 200°F water and stir to ensure proper saturation of all dry coffee.
- 5. At 60 seconds, pour an additional 60g of water. Stir in a north, south, east, west motion to ensure there are no clumps of coffee slurry. Do a light circular stir to ensure the coffee grinds bed levels out.
- 6. At 1:45, slowly pour in the final 120g of water. Do a final stir to collapse the grounds, making a flat bed.
- 7. The coffee should drip through around the 4 minute mark.