Cold Brew Coffee
Although the United States made Cold Brew coffee famous in the coffee world, in Japan people were already enjoying it in the 1600s.
From there Dutch merchants introduced it to the rest of the world. This is why it is also known as Dutch Coffee or Kyoto Coffee.
To make this coffee, you’ll need a Cold Brew Tower and... a lot of patience!
Unlike Italian espresso, in fact, the secret of this preparation lies in the slowness with which the water filters, drop after drop, through the ground coffee. Just like every star, Cold Brew Coffee also has secrets of its own.