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Why is cold brew coffee better?

almost 2 years ago by Suzanne F.
Tags: cold brew, iced coffee
1 response
over 1 year ago
by Matthew B., Chief Coffee Wrangler
Taste, as they say, isn't disputable! That said, I've found that folks love cold brew for a few simple reasons:
  • It's generally less acidic than other kinds of brewing
  • Cold brew concentrate can be kept on hand for as long as a full week
  • The flavor profile of cold brewed coffee tends to the lighter and fruitier side
  • Many people prefer a cold drink in the warmer months
All of that said, if you haven't yet tried a good cold brew, it's high time!

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