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New Orleans Cold Brew Coffee Recipe

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New Orleans Cold Brew Coffee Recipe
12 oz coffee grounds
1/4 cup ground chicory
8 cups water

I always follow the Toddy directions you can see here, but this time added an extra cup of water. If you don’t have a Toddy you can brew the coffee, water and chicory in a covered pot for 12 hours. Then strain through a sieve to remove the ground the coffee.

I also poured some of the coffee into large ice cube trays and made coffee cubes!! This makes your iced coffee extra strong and not watered down!

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3 responses to New Orleans Cold Brew Coffee Recipe

  1. […] never had this New Orleans Style Cold Brew Coffee, but it sounds […]

  2. Lee H
    December 12, 2015

    Nice photos and description!
    Why is it called New Orleans style coffee though?
    It’s just cold brew coffee with a few coffee cubes, is there origin or something?

    1. Eden
      December 13, 2015

      Thanks! Using chicory makes it a New Orleans style of coffee. They also do the heavy cream with simple syrup 🙂

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