Iced Coffee

Iced coffee used to be coffee – preferably strong coffee – poured over ice and served cold. Much iced coffee is still just that: an uncomplicated caffeinated refresher. Then along came cold brew coffee, first served in U.S. coffee shops in the 1990s and popularized in the early years of the 21st century. Cold brew differs from traditional iced coffee because it is made by steeping coffee in cold water for hours. The result is coffee with silky texture and significant caffeine punch. Cold brew can be heated and served warm, but it more commonly is made into iced coffee.

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