• Summer Series: Beat the Heat with Irving Farm Coffee Roasters

    When New Yorkers make the switch from hot to ice coffee Irving Farm's got them covered in a variety of ways. During this class let us share with you a few different ways we keep cool. Cold brew, iced pour over, coffee cocktails, and coffee dessert blends. We will also explain the science to brewing coffee at the best ratios to keep it tasting great no matter hot or cold.

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