Science of Coffee: Hot vs. Cold Brewed Coffee

Same coffee, different tastes. That’s the flavor mystery that will unfold if you try brewing a single coffee with both hot and cold methods. Why does temperature make such a difference? Starbucks partner Renee Frechin, chemist and coffee master, helps unravel the details with an experiment because, as she says, “coffee is chemistry.”

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