Coffee, Cold Brew (16 oz)
Maybe you wait for the summer months to enjoy your coffee over ice. Or maybe you're someone who has iced coffee all year round.
So, what's the difference between iced coffee and cold brew? Cold-brewed coffee (or just cold brew) is like iced coffee’s cooler sibling. They’re made of the same stuff, but one’s a little more “in”—and one’s well-known and loved, but a bit passé. Dare we say it: Cold brew is the summer beverage—caffeinated and cold, two adjectives you can get behind.
The main difference between cold brew and iced coffee involves temperature and how you make it. That is, cold brew is brewed cold and never heated, while iced coffee is normal coffee that's brewed hot and then poured over ice.