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  • Leigh Badman

    Instead of messing about with cheesecloths, you could use something that’s actually designed for filtering coffee…. for example a coffee filter.

    The Aeropress is pretty good for cold brewing – just use the inverted brew method as pictured instead of ‘right way up’

  • Coach Rob Manning DC

    I prefer to make cold brew in a mason jar. 3/4 cup of grounds in a large mason jar, refrigerate for 2-3 days (depending how strong you like it). Then use a Hario pour over dripper and filter to filter out the grounds. You can set the whole pour over setup on top of another mason jar to make it easy.

    Plus, the mason jar is resealable, keeping nasty refrigerator odors out of your coffee.

  • Allez Rouleur

    Ugh, coffee and cycling need to be surgically separate. I loathe coffee. The smell, the taste, the mild drug qualities. I like my drugs a) fun b) strong. None of this cructh-to-get out of bed nonsense.

    • Mikael_L

      So why read an article on a cycling site regarding coffee?

  • Derek Maher

    Thanks for the write up.I must confess to being a caffine addict.Its one big drawback on the long rides is an increase in awkward natural breaks.


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