COLD BREW COFFEE
- Cold brew coffee is made with cold water.
- Since there is no heat, no oils are extracted. The floral and fruity notes have more space to develop.
- This process unfolds an entirely unique flavour profile… one that is smooth and mellow.
- The result is a smooth coffee with a soft bite. You don’t need milk and sugar to cut harshness.
- Iced coffee is made from hot coffee.
- Hot temperatures cause the terpenes (aromatic oils) to extract, which releases acids.
- Quickly cooling down hot coffee causes the acids to degrade and oxidise, which creates bitterness.
- Iced coffee is frequently diluted with milk and sugar to conceal this bitterness.