How To Enjoy Cold Brew & Cold Drip

How To Enjoy Cold Brew & Cold Drip
How To Enjoy Cold Brew & Cold Drip

I generally add ice to the cold brew or cold drip coffee that I brew at home. I think it will be more fun. Especially cold drip coffee which does come in a more intense taste. In coffee shops, I usually ask for extra ice to enjoy this type of cold coffee. Maybe it’s a habit from the start.

However, it turns out that some friends and some coffee shops that I’ve been to have different ways of enjoying cold brew and cold drip coffee and I don’t think it’s fun. Here are a few of them.

Added Milk

I once ordered cold drip coffee at a coffee shop and the coffee came with milk in a small container. I didn’t expect it to be so special. I paid for cold drip coffee but I also included liquid milk. And it turns out that the taste is almost similar to an iced caffe latte, the only difference being the sensation may be. If cold brew coffee is mixed with milk, is it good or not?

Given Lemon or Lime

Given Lemon or Lime
Given Lemon or Lime

If this is definitely the average of us have tried, yes. Slices of lemon or lime add freshness to cold brew and cold drip coffee. Don’t forget to add ice to make it even more fun!

Mixed Soda or Tonic Water

Mixed Soda or Tonic Water
Mixed Soda or Tonic Water

This is usually used as a summer drink when abroad. Cold brew and cold drip coffee are served with tonic water, ice and of course a slice of lemon or lime. The taste is not asked again fresh!

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Spiced Mint Leaves

If this is a tip from my friend. He likes to add a few mint leaves to a cup of ice before pouring the coffee. Mint leaves give a fresh taste and are efficacious to prevent inflammation and soothe the throat. Another time, this friend of mine also froze mint leaves in ice molds and used the mint leaves to enjoy with cold brew and cold drip coffee.

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