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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