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I Tried Making Cold Brew Coffee 3 Ways—And The Most Delicious Way Was A Snap


We’ll take coffee in any form—iced or hot, fancy or not, but we also believe good coffee is worth going the extra mile for. Cold brew coffee has risen in popularity over the past several years for its less acidic, sweeter taste. When coffee grounds are steeped in hot water, they turn bitter and more acidic, which adds to the overall flavor profile in a cup of joe. Cold brew concentrate is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold water for 12 to 24 hours and then filtering it, which results in a smooth, mellow taste (regular iced coffee is just cooled, hot coffee that still tastes acidic). Cold brew concentrate gets mixed with water and/or milk for a silky, full-bodied coffee drink.

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