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  • As summer heats up, skip the hot coffee and go for cold brew

    Brewing coffee in the fridge creates a trendy, but low-tech coffee concentrate called Cold Brew. Cold water brewing, slowly extracts flavor compounds, drip-by-drip, from the coffee beans, but leaves out the unwanted acidic flavor, behind, giving a smoother, tastier cup of Joe.

As summer heats up, skip the hot coffee and go for cold brew

Brewing coffee in the fridge creates a trendy, but low-tech coffee concentrate called Cold Brew. Cold water brewing, slowly extracts flavor compounds, drip-by-drip, from the coffee beans, but leaves out the unwanted acidic flavor, behind, giving a smoother, tastier cup of Joe.
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star