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Arabica: Complex, fruity, bright. Robusta: Bold, earthy, low acidity. Excelsa: Exotic, bright, medium body. Liberica: Bold, woody, low acidity. Specialty: Diverse, balanced, premium experience.
To make the best iced coffee, make an immersion coffee brew with a brewing such as a Clever dripper, or an AeroPress, with a ratio of 75g of coffee per liter. Steep the coffee for several minutes, and pour it over ice weighing ¼ of the total brew water.