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A Better Cold Brew

What’s the difference between cold brew and iced coffee? Cold brew is actually steeped in cold water for a long period of time to extract the brew. Iced coffee is simply hot coffee, cooled down and poured over ice. Usually, iced coffee is brewed at double or triple strength to make up for the dilution when it’s poured over ice Unfortunately, iced coffee can be a bit bitter because of this. Cold brew takes a good 18-24 hours, which requires advanced planning. The real difference, however, is the smooth and bitter-free taste that has made cold brew a staple for hot, sweltering caffeine addicts everywhere. Unlike iced coffee, cold brew is brewed at a regular strength over a longer period...

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