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    Yes, If you take a look at the link to the Japanese ice coffee, it is a pourover into a flask of ice........that is hot coffee onto ice, is it not ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmark View Post
    Yes, If you take a look at the link to the Japanese ice coffee, it is a pourover into a flask of ice........that is hot coffee onto ice, is it not ?
    "pourover" coffee isn't hot? or between hot and warm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmark View Post
    Yes, If you take a look at the link to the Japanese ice coffee, it is a pourover into a flask of ice........that is hot coffee onto ice, is it not ?
    Yes... however when you brew Japanese iced coffees you use half the water volume as ice / half as your brewing water. Typically 'iced coffee' is simply left over or cooled down coffee served over ice. For whatever reason the method brewing over ice really preserves the acidity and taste wonderful IMO.

 

 
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