The difference between cold brew and iced coffee

Iced coffee is made hot with more amount of coffee grounds. Then, it’s poured over ice, which dilutes the coffee.

Cold-brew takes longer to make than drip coffee. It needs between 12 to 18 hours to steep in cold water for it to soak up the coffee’s color, flavor, and caffeine. 

But this process makes the coffee less bitter and acidic and has more caffeine than other types of coffee because the grounds are in contact with water much longer which produces a sweeter and smoother drink.

A coarsely ground coffee will make a better cold brew.


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