cold brew

[kohld broo]

noun

the process of steeping coffee grounds or tea leaves in room-temperature or cold water for many hours, producing a concentrate to which more water may be added.
a cold coffee or tea drink made by this process.

Origin of cold brew

First recorded in 1875–80
Related formscold-brew, cold-brewed, adjectivecold-brew, verb (used with object)
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