How Do You Make Iced Coffee At Home (And Avoid Brewing Watery Iced Coffee)?
Did you try to make iced coffee but it turned out watery? This is a common coffee brewing error. Iced coffee is a great summertime alternative to normal hot coffee. But there’s a trick to brewing iced coffee and if done properly, you can avoid watery iced coffee – very unappetizing! Keep reading to learn how to make iced coffee at home. Step 1 Fill the coffeemaker carafe with water and pour the water into the reservoir of the coffee maker. Step 2 Place a coffee filter into the coffeemaker’s basket and insert ground coffee. Fresh ground coffee makes for the best results. Flavored coffee will also make a great iced coffee drink. Step 3 Turn on the coffeemaker and begin brewing the coffee as you normally would if you were brewing hot coffee. Step 4 Turn off the coffeemaker once the coffee is done brewing. Then, pour the coffee back into the reservoir of the coffeemaker – the same place where you would add the water if you were brewing coffee normally. Step 5 Turn on the coffeemaker and al