Ordering a coffee isn’t a walk in the park anymore. Experienced drinkers are likely familiar with the classics — Americano, cappuccino, cortado, flat white, latte, macchiato — but there’s a new sheriff in town by the name of cold brew, and most people aren’t even sure what that means.
What’s the difference between iced coffee and cold brew? For starters, the former is made by brewing hot coffee, letting it cool, and then pouring it over ice. The whole process is relatively quick.