How to make your own ice-free coffees
If you’ve ever wondered how to make a batch of ice-safe coffee, then this article will give you a good start.
The key is to first get a cup of water to a boiling point and then pour in the coffee beans.
This will help the coffee absorb some of the water, and if you have some of those plastic cups around then you can pour the water out to get rid of the bacteria.
Next, pour in some boiling water.
Put a big ladleful on top of the coffee pot, pour it in and cover it with a lid.
If you have a really big pot, you may need to use the lid as well.
Once the coffee is at a proper boil, you’ll notice the coffee has started to melt and release its flavour.
Next, use a coffee grinder to grind your coffee beans to a coarse consistency.
The next step is to get a bunch of different kinds of filter paper.
These are the kind that are used to filter water for swimming pools, beaches, and lakes.
You can buy a few of these at any supermarket for around €5.
Next up, put in a little bit of salt to keep the filter paper from sticking to your coffee pot.
The coffee should be hot and ready to go when you pour it into the coffee grater.
This will take about five minutes.
After that, you’re ready to drink your ice-cold coffee.