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On a hot summer day, sometimes you need an alternative to a hot cup of coffee. You want something cool and refreshing, but you need something that will put a little kick in your step. When the caffeine craving kicks in, but a warm coffee beverage doesn’t sound inviting, go for an iced coffee. Some may think that all there is to it is to make a pot of coffee, stick it in the fridge, and boom… cold coffee. That’s fine if you want a bitter tasting cold brew, but at Maui Wowi, we take another route, the Toddy Route. Toddy came around in 1964 and is a method to provide a smooth, flavorful beverage that will keep you cool and wake you up. It takes heat to extract flavor in order to give you a warm tasteful cup of coffee. For a cold version, all the Toddy method needs is a little time, some flavored syrups, and some ice. There is no need to figure out the Toddy method on your own, all you have to do is stroll on down to a Maui Wowi store or a Ka’anapali cart and the Maui Wowi ‘ohana will be happy to craft a flavorful beverage for you!

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