How do they make iced coffee at Starbucks?

How do they make iced coffee at Starbucks?

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  1. You have to keep this between you and me, so I’ll just whisper it to you. They make coffee, and I’m about to blow your mind here, They pour it over ice.

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  2. Former barista here!
    In 2021, we made iced coffee the following way:
    brew an extra strong batch of coffee (ie brew the same amount of coffee for one pot but make only half a pot)
    put 1 liter of the coffee into a pitcher (usually you get 2 out of this)
    fill the pitcher up to the 2 liter line with ice
    let it melt
    serve with ice and whatever else the customer asks for
    Yeah, it’s basically a little bit of coffee with a lot of ice. I’d recommend the cold brew if you actually want coffee.

    How do they make iced coffee at Starbucks?

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  3. You grind the 5 pound coffee bag, then the baristas put it in a large filter bag. The bag gets a knot and put inside the container of 5gallons. With water left overnight for 24hrs, it’s bottled in the back of the shop. The Nitro Iced Coffee is the same cold iced brew coffee but nitrogen-infused.

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  4. It depends. Starbucks regular iced coffee is brewed on the regular coffee machines where they brew their traditional Drip-Coffee. After being brewed, it’s separated into two different containers. (Each bag of iced coffee makes 2 servings). As for the Cold Brew Iced Coffee, it’s not brewed hot (hence the name). The cold brew itself it’s brewed in 5 gallon containers. You grind the bag of 5 pounds of coffee then baristas put it into a big filter bag. The bag gets a knot and placed inside the 5gallon container. It’s brewed in the back of the store with water left overnight for 24hrs. The Nitro Iced Coffee it’s the same cold brew iced coffee but infused with nitrogen.

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  5. If you’re talking about iced coffee, it’s just what it sounds like. They brew espresso shots, pour over ice, and add water. If you’re talking about cold brewed coffee, they soak the coffee grounds (not espresso, usually their Pike Peak roast coffee) in cold water for 12 hours or so. It’s brewed at 2x strength, then they add cold water and ice to make it the right strength.

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