Cold Brew RT31

Cold brew is a type of coffee that is brewed with cold or room temperature water for an extended period of time, typically 12 to 24 hours. The process involves steeping coarse coffee grounds in water for a prolonged period, which results in a smoother, less acidic coffee with a subtly sweet and nutty flavor. Cold brew coffee is typically served cold or over ice and is often diluted with milk, cream, or water. The lower acidity of cold brew coffee makes it a popular option for people with sensitive stomachs or those who want a less bitter coffee. Cold brew coffee is a popular menu item in coffee shops and is often served in larger quantities than traditional hot coffee beverages. It is known for its refreshing and bold flavor and is a favorite among coffee lovers who prefer a less acidic coffee experience.