Iced coffee is not an absolute favourite, but these three amazing combinations may turn you into a fan. Really easy and simple to prepare they make the perfect drink for sunny days.
Flavour combinations are endless and trying something different from your go-to coffee can be surprisingly rewarding. Adding a shot of Kalua or Bailey's can also make it more attractive.
Have in mind that sugar does not dissolve very well in cold drinks, making the use of syrup an important step to add new flavours and richness to your iced coffee. A much better option than store-bought syrup, is making your own as a fun part of your creation.
Homemade syrup in super easy four steps: 1. Boil 1 cup water 2. Mix with 1 cup sugar 3. Add your choice of extract (vanilla, caramel, coconut, etc.) 4. Chill in the fridge for 1 hour before using (or speed up the process by chilling in the freezer)
We've selected these delicious recipes to give you that Summer feeling with a caffeine boost. Sparkling Coffee For the lovers of black coffee, it's a great option. Prepare a mint syrup and let it chill in the fridge. When ready, put it all together: - Fill up an empty glass with ice cubes; - Brew a perfect double shot of espresso using Peru or Malabar coffee, pour it over the ice; - Add a couple tablespoons of your mint syrup; - Top it up with cold lemon tonic water; - Add even more freshness with mint leaves and lemon slices; Have a bubbly day! 😎
Dulce de Leche Heaven A thick Dulce de Leche caramel* in a syrup version or lush as it comes, with a full-bodied coffee and your favourite milk. - Fill up an empty glass with ice cubes; - Add a couple tablespoons of your caramel syrup; - Top with cold milk of your choice; - Brew that perfect double shot of espresso using Cuban or Papua New Guinea coffee and pour it very delicately over the milk. That's it, enjoy! 😉 * We recommend Nestlé Carnation Caramel which is usually found at your local grocery store baking section. For a dairy free/ vegan version carefully boil a can of sweetened coconut condensed milk for 3 hours in a large pot of gently boiling water.
Peppermint Iced Mocha Chocolate and coffee? Count me in! A cold take on our beloved mocha with a touch of mint. Prepare a vanilla and mint syrup and add in a tablespoon (or more) of cocoa power and let it cold in the fridge. When ready, put it all together: - Fill up an empty glass with ice cubes; - Brew a perfect double shot of espresso using Brazil or Peru coffee and pour it over the ice; - Top it up with your milk of choice; - Add a couple tablespoons of your chocolatey syrup; - Give it a good mix stirring with a spoon or use a cocktail shaker. There you have it! A refreshing chocolatey coffee drink. 🤗 #icedcoffee #coffeerecipes #summertimecoffee