Years ago, a coffee roaster told me that coffee brewed to be iced should be brewed stronger than one that is for drinking hot. Based on his suggestions, and my brewing over the years, here is how I make iced coffee.
Each morning I sit sipping a steaming hot cup of Smithsonian Certified bird friendly coffee at my kitchen table. During this tropical heat wave with morning temperatures in the 70 degree range, my thoughts turned to making my first batch of iced coffee of the summer.
And there, on Facebook, appeared Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond’s recipe for iced coffee. It is quite involved and uses cheesecloth. It was then, that I decided to share what I know about making iced coffee. It couldn’t be easier and it can be as simple or as fancy as you like.
Years ago, a coffee roaster told me that coffee brewed to be iced should be brewed stronger than one that is for drinking hot. Based on his suggestions, and my brewing over the years, here is how I make iced coffee:
Time for that first cup of iced coffee!
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I think it is time for me to branch out from the Chestnut Warbler blend and choose an additional roast to try this summer. Goingthere now!
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