Homemade Cold Brew Coffee Logging
I've been through the food/recipe database off and on for a few days trying to find the most accurate item to use, so I thought I would reach out to the community to get some feedback on the following issue.
I recently discovered cold brew coffee (YUM). In an effort to control what Im actually having and attempting to log accurately, I started making the cold brew at home. Im wondering what would be the most accurate way to log homemade cold brew coffee. I realize this may depend on the grounds being used. I've been using Dunkin Donuts dark blend coffee.
I have a couple of questions. One, as mentioned above, what is the most accurate choice from the food database for logging this, or do I need to do some research to figure it out? Two, I've read that cold brew can bring out some sweetness in the coffee and is less bitter, which I've found to be true. Does the process of cold brewing vs a hot brew (making in a standard coffee pot) change the nutritional data any?