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Cold brew coffee is a method of brewing coffee by steeping ground coffee beans in cold water for an extended period, usually 12 to 24 hours. This results in a smooth, low-acidity coffee concentrate that can be enjoyed over ice or diluted with water or milk.

Cold brew coffee is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold water, while iced coffee is brewed with hot water and then chilled. Cold brew has a milder flavor and lower acidity compared to iced coffee, resulting in a smoother and less bitter taste.

Absolutely! Cold brew is easy to make at home. All you need is coarsely ground coffee, cold water, and a container for steeping. Check out our Cold Brew 101 guide for step-by-step instructions.

Cold brew typically requires a steeping time of 12 to 24 hours. The longer you steep, the stronger the coffee concentrate will be. Experiment with different steeping times to find your preferred flavor profile.

Cold brew coffee generally has a higher caffeine content than regular coffee. However, since cold brew is usually served in a diluted form, the caffeine concentration per serving may vary.

Cold brew should be stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator. It can stay fresh for up to a week, but for the best flavor, we recommend consuming it within 3 to 4 days.

Yes, you can heat up cold brew if you prefer a warm cup of coffee. Simply heat the desired amount in a microwave or on the stovetop, but avoid boiling it as it may alter the taste.

Absolutely! You have control over the strength of your cold brew. Experiment with the coffee-to-water ratio and steeping time to achieve your desired strength and flavor profile.

Of course! Cold brew is incredibly versatile. Feel free to add milk, cream, sugar, flavored syrups, or any other ingredients that suit your taste preferences.

Cold brew can be more expensive due to the longer steeping time and higher coffee-to-water ratio. However, making it at home can save you tons of money compared to buying it from coffee shops.

Cold brew coffee is known for its lower acidity, which can be gentler on the stomach compared to hot-brewed coffee. It also contains antioxidants and provides a natural energy boost.

Yes, you can use any type of coffee beans for cold brew. Part of the fun of drinking cold brew coffee is experimenting with different variables, like roasts, origins, and steep time to discover your favorite flavor profiles.