How to Make Cold Brewed Iced-Coffee.

Apparently, there’s QUITE a flavorful difference between brewing hot coffee and icing it down, and creating iced coffee through cold brewing techniques. From Lifehacker:

Matthew Yglesias at the Internet Food Association blog writes that
it’s really a matter of overnight cold-brewing and straining. First,
gather up 1 cup of coarse-ground coffee and stir it into 4 1/2 cups of water, or strengthen the mix to taste. After that ‘stick it in the fridge for, ideally, a 12 hour
overnight brew. In the morning, strain the mixture. If your strainer
isn’t fine-meshed enough (mine isn’t) you can supplement it with a
paper coffee filter. Now you’ve got a delicious pitcher of coffee
concentrate. Pour some over an ice cube and enjoy!’ “

I’ma try it this weekend and let you know how it goes.