iced coffee

There's few things more refreshing than a nice cold coffee on a hot summer's day. So if you're looking for the best brew recipe for iced coffee we've got you covered.

For brewing iced coffees, we suggest using beans with a good amount of acidity. Any coffee that imparts fruity and floral notes, along with a pleasant acidity, would be perfect for elevating your chilled coffee experience.


  • 32 g coffee that has fruity acidity and floral aromas
  • 3 g regular sugar or premium-quality honey, to taste
  • Pourover dripper and filter


  1. Place a filter in your dripper and rinse it with hot water to get rid of the paper taste (this also helps preheat the dripper). Pour this water away before you start brewing.

  2. Use your scale to measure out 32 g of coffee and grind it to the same setting you would for brewing hot coffee. Add the ground coffee to your dripper.

  3. Tare your scale so it reads 0 g.

  4. Start a timer (many scales come with one) and pour 100 g of water over the coffee. Give the dripper a light swirl to ensure that all the coffee gets wet.

  5. After 45 seconds, pour more water in circular motion over the coffee until the scale reads 500 g. Ensure all the coffee is wet every time you pour more water over it and that it does not dry out

  6. Once brewed, add 3 g of regular sugar or honey to the coffee and stir until fully dissolved.

  7. Transfer the brewed coffee to a metal vessel and refrigerate until chilled. When ready to serve, pour the chilled coffee into a glass bottle and place it on ice to maintain its cold. If you like, you can serve the coffee in elegant wine glasses for a touch of sophistication.

  8. Savour the delightful flavours and aromas of your homemade iced coffee on a hot summer day!