30 Aug '12, 10pm

On Iced Coffee thoughts and methods and preservation, I wrote this last year (thx @coffeemike for r

On Iced Coffee thoughts and methods and preservation, I wrote this last year (thx @coffeemike for r

All this covers ice brewed and slow, cold brewing methods. But what if you brew traditionally, and want the beverage cooled down quick? There is that option too, and some industry luminaries like George Howell and Peter Guiliano feel this is the best method to make cold coffee. It is important to note that some interesting chemical changes can take place with complex liquids like coffee when you essentially do a "force chill". Personally, I really enjoy iced americanos during the summer, but I've developed a process over the years getting hot shots of espresso cooled down to 2-4C (around 35-38F) so as to minimally affect the cup taste. When you brew hot, you get most of the benefits and tastes those brewing methods provide, and as Howell has said previously, brewing hot and chilling rapidly helps conserve the coffee's terroir in the cup. But you can affect and possibly eve...

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