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    Suck It, Starbucks!

    No one seems to understand why iced coffee costs so much more than the regular stuff. Sure, some theories exist: that it's more labor-intensive, that plastic cups are more expensive than paper ones. But...
    • Gary Denton

      "The Iced Coffee Recipe Starbucks doesn't want you to know" by GQ • A third of a pound of freshly ground coffee into a 48-ounce French press. • Fill the press with cold water and stir to wet the coffee grounds. • Place the French-press lid over the coffee (don't press the plunger) and leave at room temperature for at least 12-24 hours. • Press down the plunger, pour the concentrated coffee into a pitcher, and place in the refrigerator. • Dilute each serving of coffee 1-to-1 with ice-cold water

    • dominique condut

      Cold brew coffee "The Iced Coffee Recipe Starbucks doesn't want you to know" by GQ. IT'S BEEN RIGHT IN FRONT OF MY FACE THIS WHOLE TIME.

    • Tami Keim

      Homemade iced coffe

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