Nothing takes the edge off of an early morning commute in hot, humid weather better than a tall, iced cold cup of coffee. Make yours at home to get it just the way you like it – double, tall, decaf, soy? – and you'll save money, too! Here's how:
Let the refrigerator do the work for you by preparing the coffee the night before. Simply mix coffee grinds and water together in a pitcher (at about a ratio of 1 to 5) and let sit in the fridge overnight.
Too complicated? You can always go the old-school route and pour coffee over ice that’s almost overflowing in your travel coffee mug.
For smaller batches, try using Bodum’s Iced Coffee French Press. It’s durable enough to stay in the refrigerator all night. Add the grinds and water like you would normally to a French Press, let sit in the refrigerator and then press like usual in the morning.