I've been making iced and hot coffee with the toddy "syrup."
Unlike drip coffee, the stronger I make this, the better. I end up using more water in the final cup, which is good when making one cup of hot coffee. That way I don't have to nuke the cup, because the hot water is hot enough to make the perfect cup.
You can't do the same with drip. with too strong a brew, it's bitter. Toddy coffee is just stronger and still smooth. Very nice
Current batch is 10 scoops medium roast, 4 cups water. Came out great. I think I'll try even stronger, next time. Super concentrated might be the way to go. We'll see!
Edit -- Clarification on things.
"Toddy coffee" is coffee made using the toddy process. Steeping coarsely ground beans in cool water for many hours and then filtering it into a strong concentrate. You use it and hot or cold water to make iced or hot coffee.
You can use any coffee for making toddy coffee, as long as you like the taste. If you like acidic coffee, this isn't your thing. Toddy coffee comes out very smooth.
Here's a blog I did on it a while back. Iced Coffee