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Coffee over coffee — no such thing as overload

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I don’t like to say that I haven’t developed a coffee addiction since starting college three years ago; rather I have been severely turned-on to a coffee habit. Joining the campus newspaper has only made it worse since we have a coffee pot surrounded by more than five different bags of coffee.

But summer is here and finals week has just come to close, which means it’s time to take the roof off my Wrangler and break out the ice for some refreshing iced coffee. The only problem is that after time, the coffee gets watered down – especially with the summer sun rapidly melting the ice.

Merrill over at food52.com has a solution: espresso ice cubes. They offer the perfect kick for those of us who are not morning people or for those who like their coffee as strong as a bodybuilder.
I personally don’t have an espresso machine at home so what I do is use double the amount of coffee grinds when I’m brewing a pot for a stronger coffee taste.

Coffee in its purest brewed form is near perfection. Coffee over frozen coffee seals the deal.

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