An Easy Cold Brew Recipe You Can Make At Home | Life Kit NPR

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Published on 31 Jul 2020, 8:45
Missing your regular cold brew from your favorite coffee shop? We get it! It’s hot outside and maybe you’re avoiding unnecessary outings. NPR Life Kit host Andrew Limbong walks you through a super easy cold brew recipe you can make at home with very few ingredients and just a little bit of time. So perk up, get steeping and enjoy your coffee … cold!

• See the full cold brew recipe here: n.pr/3fgn9Jf
• 6 tips to help you brew a better cup of coffee, from NPR Life Kit: n.pr/30aBxi0
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