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The Perfect Cold Brew


"I have measured out my life with coffee spoons." T.S. Eliot I have always loved a hot mug of coffee. However, with the temperatures beginning to heat up hereΒ in the southland a hot beverage just isn't that attractive. That is where iced coffee drinks save the day. With cold brew I am able to get the jolt of caffeine that I need without all of the added acid and bitterness you get with traditional brewing methods. After some research and my own trial and error, I am pretty sure I

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Nathan Shumate

Nathan Shumate

I am a developer and consultant based in Conway, Arkansas. I am constantly reading, writing, and experimenting with the latest in web technologies. When I am not doing that I am trying to find the perfect cup of coffee, looking for new hiking trails, or planning my next adventure.

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Early morning workout, productive day at work, pizza πŸ• for dinner, hot tub πŸ›€ time with the wife and kiddo, now finishing off the day with this delicious craft brew. #good
Some light reading this morning.
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I love the artwork on this bottle 🍷
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One week of marriage. Heading out on a winery tour 🍷 ❀️ πŸ‘° 🎩
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