What distinguishes cold brew from iced coffee?

Cold brew coffee is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold water for at least 12 hours, which concentrates the flavor. The beans' brewing reduces bitterness. 

Steeping coffee in ice-cold water stops these harsh components from releasing and makes the beans taste sweeter. 

Cold-brewing coffee reduces acidity, making it easier on the digestive system. 

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Due to the lack of hot water to draw out acidic oils in coffee beans, cold brew coffee has up to 65% less acidity. 

Brewing your own cold brew does not dilute coffee like iced coffee does. With a French press, you can make cold brew coffee at home quickly 

Pour coffee grounds into your French press and soak in cold water for at least 12 hours to extract the concentrated flavor. 

We believe cold brew coffee has defeated iced coffee as the top choice. Try cold brew coffee this summer! You can thank us later. 

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