2. Switch out the solid (replace the coffee with something else), and
3. Add another ingredient.
B. Next, I added the coffee (16 oz total).
D. I gently pushed down the top of the dry coffee at the top to make sure it was wet all the way around.
E. That's it for the preparation part. Now it's brewing time. I left the coconut water/coffee mix on the counter for about 15 hours.
G. Once all the liquid is strained out, I had my toddy - a cold brewed, concentrated coffee.
H. I took a chilled glass, added ice, and poured in my coffee. That's it - coconut toddy done!
Optional Alternatives: I tried a couple of alternatives in serving this one.
Result: The twist I used - coconut water instead of regular water - came through very strongly. For me, the coconut flavor overpowered the drink and I didn't like it. If you're a fan of coconut though, I highly recommend this because you can't miss the flavor and you'll be thrilled. The lime was a nice twist, for me especially because I like lime. Same with the half and half.
Have a great week!