Cold drip

Cold drip, noun: Method of preparation for filter coffee: Melting ice or cold water is dripped onto the coffee grounds – the slower this is done, the more concentrated it is. The coffee is low in acidity with chocolaty flavors and very few bittering agents since cold water extracts fewer acids from the coffee. It is particularly popular in Japan, where cold coffee is also enjoyed with ice cubes.

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