What is the difference between Cold Brew and Iced Americano? Well, let us break it down for you.
First off, Cold Brew is better. That is all.
Cold Brew coffee is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold water for an extended period of time (usually 12-24 hours). This slow brewing process results in smoother and less acidic coffee than traditionally brewed coffee. And when it comes to Grady's Cold Brew, we take it a step further by adding a special blend of spices and chicory to give it that classic New Orleans–style flavor.
On the other hand, an Iced Americano is made by brewing a shot of espresso and diluting it with cold water. This results in a stronger and more intense coffee than Cold Brew, with a more traditional coffee flavor.
So, which one is better? It really comes down to personal preference. If you like a smoother, less acidic coffee, Cold Brew is the way to go... and if you like Cold Brew, Grady's is the way to go!
Grady's is smooth, flavorful, and the perfect helper to beat the winter blues. And with Grady's all-natural, sugar-free, vegan, low-calorie, non-GMO, kosher, and gluten-free formula, you don't have to worry about unwanted additives. Plus, it's super easy to make at home – all you need is some Grady's!