How is McDonald’s iced coffee different from its hot coffee?

How is McDonald’s iced coffee different from its hot coffee?

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  1. The hot coffee is brewed in small batches, replace: every 30 minutes(or longer honestly nobody’s counting). The iced coffee is brewed in large batches, in a tea brewer, with ice, and lasts about 4 hours. The coffee blend i believe is the same(not sure). Cooling the coffee creates a more bitter taste, hence the need for cream and sugar and flavor.

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  2. A hot coffee, depending on the type, is an espresso with either hot water (long black) or hot milk (flat white, latte, cappuccino). The customer can deign to add sugar or have it straight.
    An iced coffee tends to be sweeter and (in my opinion) weaker in flavour. It generally comes with sugar syrup (which can be taken out of the order or replaced with a flavoured syrup), with ice and cold milk or cold water *for iced long black*.
    Otherwise, we use the same espresso measurement and shot for both iced and hot coffees, depending on what size coffee you order.

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  3. The difference in ordering it is that iced coffee comes with cream and sugar. However the process and ingredients used are the same, except for the ice added in the iced coffee obviously. Hot coffee is brewed just like at home, into a glass coffee pot. (I can’t tell you how many times a new employee has left an empty coffee pot in front of the drive through register and had the drawer open and push the pot onto the floor!) Iced coffee is brewed in a larger quantity into the same metal containers used for iced tea that you see in the lobby of a McDonald’s restaurant, and two scoops of ice is added. But the coffee is the same for both hot and iced coffee.

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