Recipes for Hot and Cold Milk Infusions

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Thyme Milk Infusion Recipe ESPRO Ultralight Press

We love being able to make smooth, grit-free coffee with the ESPRO Press. The patented double micro-filters do an incredible job of filtering out those grinds from getting into your cup of delicious coffee. But this product doesn’t stop at coffee brewing. Did you know that you can make other beverages, or infusions using your ESPRO Press? Some people like making almond milk with our products, or making sipping chocolate, or even making cocktails! In this recipe, we’re going to share with you how to make a hot and a cold milk infusion. Sounds fancy; is easy. We brewed this in our Ultralight Press P0 (16 oz), but you can scale it for any size of ESPRO press! Do the math (or ask us for help).

Making infused cream with the ESPRO Press – hot infusion

1 Cup Cream, Half and Half, or Milk

3 Cardamom pods,

1 Cinnamon stick

  1. Crush cardamom pods with knife
  2. Break or chop cinnamon stick into ½ inch pieces
  3. Add cardamom and cinnamon to ESPRO press
  4. Heat milk on stovetop or microwave
  5. Pour milk into ESPRO press and infuse for 20-30 minutes
  6. Press the filter down to stop the infusion
  7. Use immediately in hot coffee, or chill for your cold brew

Tip: if the infusion is too strong, you can dilute with more cream or milk!

Making infused cream with ESPRO Press – cold infusion

(Best method for herbs and floral flavors)

1 Cup Cream, Half and Half, or Milk

1 Tablespoon thyme leaves or 1 teaspoon dried lavender

  1. Combine ingredients in ESPRO Press
  2. Refrigerate overnight with lid off
  3. Press the filter down to stop infusion and strain the cream/milk

Simple Syrup

Equal parts sugar and water

Bring to a boil, stir until sugar dissolves

Cool and enjoy!