It is a rare morning I don’t start off with an iced coffee. Several years ago my brother sent me a Toddy Cold Brew System. It quickly became my favorite method of brewing. Some use the resulting concentrate for hot drinks, but I still break out the french press for hot coffee. But as iced coffee goes this method cannot be beat. It requires a full pound of coffee and twelve to sixteen hours, but it keeps for about ten days in the fridge, and once you’ve made a batch, you are mere seconds away from the best iced coffee you’ve ever had. Syrupy, and significantly less acidic than standard brewed coffee, it only takes a few tablespoons diluted with cold water or milk to make a nice big glass. Add sugar if you must, just don’t tell me about it.