cold brew

Starbucks, Trader Joe's, Chameleon, Stumptown, High Brew and La Colombe have new offerings, and we've tasted them.
In the dead of summer, when you're not sure whether you've actually taken up permanent residence in a steam room, only two drinks matter: freezing cold coffee that gets you through the day and seltzer so frosty that its condensation shows tacit solidarity for your profuse sweat drip.
We are in the golden age of cold brew coffee, and your current iced tea game shouldn't be any less strong. You want the one drink standing between you and fainting on a sweltering summer day to be as joy-inducing as spending Independence Day with Hiddleswift and the squad in Rhode Island.
Why spend all that money at a coffee shop when you can brew it at home?
There's cold brew, there's ice brew, and then there's the kind you should NEVER make.
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Everyone's heard the spiel about cold brew's lower acidity and smoother taste.
If these iced coffees don't get you excited for the season, nothing will.
From a Japanese kissaten-style coffee bar to a traveling-bike coffee shop.
Is it me, or has the foodternet recently exploded with recipes and how-tos for cold-brew coffee, as if the notion is somehow brand new? How is this even a thing right now?
We're not going to sugar-coat this: this is the last iced coffee recipe you will ever need.
If you love iced tea, you have two options: buy it at the store, or make it yourself. The problem with buying it is that