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Watered down iced coffee is the worst, but Starbucks has a plan


Drink your Starbucks iced coffee fast because the longer it sits, the quicker it grows a clear pond on top of the good stuff. A layer of melted ice atop a perfectly-brewed, cup of joe. No one loves that. 

Hopefully soon, you’ll be able to order coffee cubes — ice cubes made with coffee instead of water. It’s a trend that smaller chains like Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co.  have picked up. And Starbucks may jump on the wagon. 

RELATED: 5 best places for coffee in Palm Beach County

In a conversation with TODAY Food, a Starbucks rep confirmed that the coffee company is running a small test to see what kind of feedback customers give. 

No other details have been released. 

In the meantime, doesn’t this make a light bulb go off atop your head? Make your own. It can’t be that hard — just search Pinterest

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