Try The Hottest Thing In Caffeine...Cold Drip Coffee!

15 August 2014 by

Gallery - Top 5 Essentials To Brew Your Own At Home

1.DRIP DRIP DRIP

For those of you that want to get serious about home brewed cold dripped coffee this is a fantastic piece of equipment. Hario Cold Water Dripper £250, [a target="_blank" href="https://departmentofcoffee.com/product/hario-cold-water-dripper/">Department of Coffee. [/a]

2. UP FOR THE CUP

Take your cold drip coffee to work in this super stylish limited edition Keep Cup reusable mug. Surrounded by a band of cork this makes for an all the more smooth experience. £22, [a target="_blank" href="http://www.selfridges.com/en/keepcup-cork-reusable-coffee-cup-small-227ml_244-3002642-BPRE08/">Selfridges[/a].

Photo courtesy of [a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/coffeelivenet">@Coffeelivenet[/a]

3. BEAN DREAM

Has Bean an artisan coffee roasting house established in 1976 is one of the best bean suppliers in the country. Try their Phil Ter Blend MK4 2014, £4.50 for 250g, [a target="_blank" href="http://www.hasbean.co.uk/products/phil-ter-mk4-2014">Has Bean[/a].

4. PURE AND SIMPLE

For the best results and especially if you live in a big city you will need to filter your water. Tastes so much smoother, you won't regret it! Brita Marella Filter Jugs come in a rainbow of colours, £21, [a target="_blank" href="http://www.brita.co.uk/brita/en-gb/shop/jug/marella.grid?category=pitcher">Brita. [/a]

5. GRINDER (WE MEAN THE COFFEE!)

This handy little grinder is so light you can even take it with you when you travel. Hario Ceramic Mini Mill, £30, [a target="_blank" href="http://hario.co.uk/collections/coffee?gclid=COSL_peZkcACFfMZtAodJgwAUw">Hario.[/a]

Ca’puccino, Italian coffee house and kitchen has brought cold drip coffee to Harrods. Grazia's Victoria Grier went along to see what’s 'bean' going on.

David Llewellyn general manager of the Harrods concession tells me, "Ca’puccino have been at the forefront of this innovative style of brewing since they launched their Italian kitchen in the UK five years ago. They are famed for their specialty coffees whether it is the Caffé Bicerin from Turin made with espresso, dark hot chocolate and steamed milk, to the Caffè del Professore from Naples, made with espresso and hazelnut cream with a whipped cream top."



Now, Ca'puccino is offering Londoners the chance to taste an authentic cold brew coffee (above). Filtered and brewed with iced mineral water over an eight hour process, to achieve a uniquely smooth flavour - it is definitely not an ‘iced coffee’ that most chains are offering!

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