Talk:Iced coffee

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Cold Brewed[edit]

This article is totally bias towards cold brewed coffee.

Iced coffee really doesn't say anything about how its brewed.

Iced Coffee is coffee served cold- poured over ice or cold from the fridge, its just a cold variant of coffee.

You can brew the coffee any style, it doesn't matter how you brew the coffee. It's personal preference and doesn't change the facts- iced coffee is coffee served cold.

You can cold brew coffee and heat it to make hot coffee, but so what. Both hot and iced coffee can be made different ways.

The article must drop the suggestions about which is better, hot brewed or cold brewed and shift focus to all about ice coffee.

There is an origin and history and way more interesting facts about iced coffee then using the article to plug a brew system which hasn't turned a profit in 25 years. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 65.202.43.2 (talk) 15:15, 14 August 2015 (UTC)