Cold brew coffee's all the buzz lately. But given that part of coffee's appeal is that it's served hot, why would anyone...

Cold brew coffee's all the buzz lately. But given that part of coffee's appeal is that it's served hot, why would anyone want a chillier version. And you use a lot more coffee than you would when you "hot brew," because the concentrate will get diluted when you add ice or milk. You might even call it chocolatey.

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