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Raspberry Cold Foam Cold Brew

Raspberry Cold Foam Cold Brew

Anton
Cold brew coffee topped with a delicious raspberry tasting cold foam.
Cook Time 10 mins
Brewing Time 18 hrs
Course Drinks
Servings 2 Servings

Equipment

  • Cold brew maker or similar
  • Coffee grinder (if using whole beans)
  • Milk foamer or a french press

Ingredients
  

For the cold brew coffee

  • 1 oz Whole Coffee Beans (or ground coffee)
  • 1 lb Water (room temperature or cold)

For the raspberry cold foam

  • 1 cup Skim milk
  • 1/2 cup Raspberries (or store-bought raspberry jam)
  • 1/2 cup Sugar

For serving

  • 3-4 Ice cubes

Instructions
 

The cold brew coffee

  • Start by grinding the coffee beans (or use ground coffee) and add it to your cold brew maker or similar cold brewing device.
  • Add the water to the cold brew maker and make sure all the coffee gets wet. Then put the coffee in the fridge and let it brew for 12-24hrs. For more info about cold brewing - check out our video guide.

The Raspberry Foam

  • (If you use jam, jump to next step) Start by heating up the raspberries at low temperature in a saucepan. When the raspberries have started to liquefy, add the sugar and let it cook while stirring for 3-5min.
  • Remove the raspberries from the heat and filter them through some sort of filter. I'm using a stainless steel coffee filter, but you could use any sort of strainer.
  • Add the milk to milk foamer and cold foam the milk together with just a splash of the raspberries. If you don't have a milk foamer, you can use a french press.

Serving

  • Take a glass, add ice and cold brew, but make sure there is some space left. Add one small spoon of the raspberries to the cold brew and stir around. Then add the raspberry cold foam and add some of the raspberries at the top. There you go!
Keyword coffee, cold brew coffee, fruity cold brew coffee