Cold brewed coffee is a great way to enjoy your daily caffeine fix, but making it can be a fussy process. This technique is quick, easy and uses items you likely already have at home - no added equipment necessary.
The folks at CHOW explain pretty well in the video above - all you really need here is a blender for the coffee itself. Toss about 130 grams of coffee beans into the blender, and add about three and a half cups of cold water before blending. Cover it and toss it in the fridge for at least 12 hours. When you're ready to enjoy it, just pour the coffee mixture through a fine mesh strainer with a paper coffee filter inside to catch any sediment or sludge.
When you're finished, you have a kind of cold coffee concentrate that you can use for all sorts of things, the least of which is a great iced coffee with a little simple syrup for sweetness. If you want a more immediate iced coffee fix, try this Japanese cold-brewing method we've mentioned before.