Nothing screams fall season like allspice, cloves, and nutmeg. That’s why we’re delighted to introduce you to the perfect autumn spiced cold brew. It combines all of the flavors that truly epitomize our favorite season. We have become so accustomed to creating our own syrup flavors or buying them from the store that we seem to have forgotten that flavored coffee extends beyond that. Sure, simple coffee syrups are great – they add a flavorsome kick to our favorite brew and save us from needing to add sweeteners. Remember the days before all of that, though? When you’d peruse the coffee aisle and choose between flavored coffee grounds like French vanilla, Irish cream, and Toffee nut? Or, you’d head straight for the coffee creamers and pick up your flavors there. We miss those days of simplicity, but we can still achieve perfect simplicity while exploring the complexities of coffee flavors. So, put the syrup down and listen up, because we have an infused flavor coffee recipe to share with you.
Autumn Spiced Cold Brew Your Ingredients List
- 1 pound of Madesco Code Blue Coffee
- Madesco Labs Filters
- 1 teaspoon of allspice
- 1 teaspoon of ground nutmeg
- 1 ½ tablespoons of ground cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon of cloves
- 2 gallons of water
For the cold brew, you will need:
- Cubed Ice
- 1 cup cold brewed Madesco Code Blue Coffee
- Dairy creamer
- Sweetener or sugar
How to Make the Autumn Spiced Cold Brew
- Combine all of the dry ingredients with your coffee. These will infuse during the cold brew process, to create a true spiced coffee mix.
- You will need a large container to produce this autumn spiced cold brew, and it needs to be airtight.
- Use your filters to pack the ingredients and put them in your container before topping with the 2 gallons of water. Generally, cold brew takes 24 hours to reach peak flavor, in this case, give it 48 hours if possible. The longer you allow it to brew the stronger it will be.
- Because you’ve used filters you don’t need to deal with the straining process, which is annoying at the best of times. In the case of such a large amount of liquid, though, straining is a tedious process.
- Alternatively, you can create the mix and then store it in an airtight container and make your batches of cold brew as you normally would. If you don’t have space in your fridge to store a 2-gallon jug of coffee, you can make your life simpler by adapting the recipe to your needs.
You are now ready to serve, so prepare your glass with ice cubes and pour your coffee. Simply add creamer and sweetener to taste. There’s life after syrup if you’re willing to try.
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