I think I will try this method. Thanks for sharing.
quote=Candocook]Cafe Britt is a major plantation in Costa Rica--excellent coffee. You would have to order it.
For toddy coffee, there is an actual "maker" for it, but if you don't mind a bit of mess, it is easy to do yourself.
Let me go find the right measurements and I'll be back and edit this.
This is what a toddy maker looks like
Amazon.com: toddy coffee
to make it without this.
Mix 2C ground coffee with 6C cold water. Put the grounds INTO the water and just push it down gently. DO NOT stir.
Let sit overnight on the counter.
Filter out all the solids. You can use a sieve lined with a coffee filter--or even a paper towel
Put the concentrate in a jar and store in the fridge.
Add the amount of concentrate to a cup of hot water to make the coffee the way you like it.
The directions say to use coarse ground coffee. Last time I used my fine grind that I always use. It was fine.
This makes a cup of coffee you would swear was brewed. It is a great tool to use when having a group over that you are not sure are going to drink much coffee.[/quote]