Iced Coffee OR Cold Brew Coffee? Which one do you crave?
What is the difference between Iced and Cold Brew Coffee?
Unlike regular coffee, cold brew is never exposed to heat. Cold brew uses time, rather than heat to extract the coffee’s oils, sugars and caffeine.
Iced coffee is created like any regular hot coffee brew method. It’s simply hot coffee, that has been cooled down so that it can be poured over ice.
Both are relatively popular, especially in the warmer summer months because they are rather refreshing on a hot day. Also, perfect for individuals with a busy lifestyles, as an on-the-go coffee fix.
But which one would you choose and why?
Our table outlines the pros and cons of each drink, helping you to decide which is your favourite:
Top tips: Iced Coffee needs to be brewed directly over ice, forcing the coffee to chill immediately. This will keep all the natural aromas you released with hot water from running away. This is how most speciality coffee shops make their iced coffee!
Why not make your own iced coffee with one of our specialist coffee machines from our range.