Cold Coffee Drink Recipes / cold coffee drink recipe CTS33

Cold Coffee Drink is often known as Iced Coffee.

 What is Iced Coffee?

Strong sweetened coffee served over ice with cream.

“There are several ways of preparing iced coffee. Ordinary hot-brewed coffee can be served cold, although this may result in a bitter-tasting product. Cold brewing relies on time, rather than heat, to transfer the coffee flavor to the water. In order to achieve this, ground coffee is soaked in water for hours and then filtered. This may be done in any container, such as a mason jar or French press, although commercialized cold brewing systems also exist.”

“In more recent times it has become common for coffee shops to offer ‘iced’ versions of their most popular coffee drinks. The iced latte and iced mocha are the two most common examples of this. A quick way of preparing such drinks is to make a small quantity of strong, hot espresso, dissolving the required sweetener/flavorings in the hot liquid and then pouring this directly into a cup of ice cold milk. This method is particularly common in busier coffee shops where rapid customer turnover is required.”

 Iced Chocolate Latte

– A tall glass filled with ice

– 4-5 oz. Of double brewed coffee

– 2 tbsp. Sugar

– a good long squirt of chocolate syrup

– 1/4-1/2 cup of whole milk (as much or as little as you like)

– whipped cream (optional)

– cinnamon (optional)

Start with making some strong coffee by brewing 6-7 oz. of coffee and then pouring it back into your coffee maker and brewing it again. This may not be good for some coffee makers. You will loose some water in the process, producing 4-5 oz. of coffee. I recommend French Vanilla or Crème Brùlèe for the coffee flavors. Add the sugar, syrup, and the milk to the coffee; stir well. (I find that this order works best.) Poor the coffee over the ice in a tall glass and top with whipped cream or foamed milk; lastly, sprinkle a dash of cinnamon on top.

  Iced Cappuccino

– Fill a glass with ice

– 2 oz. espresso

– 6 oz. steamed milk

– whipped cream, optional

Fill the glass with ice, add steamed milk and pour espresso gently down the side of the glass. Top with whipped cream if desired

 Iced Coffee

Brew double strength – using twice as much coffee or half as much water. This allows for the heat of the coffee melting the ice cubes. African coffees are really good iced!

 Iced  Espresso

Fill a glass with ice

– 2 oz. espresso

– 1 oz. Chocolate Syrup

– 1 oz. half-and-half or milk

– non-flavored soda water

– whipped cream, optional

Fill the glass with ice, add syrup, soda water and half-and-half or milk. Stir to combine flavors. Top with whipped cream if desired.

 Iced  Mochaccino

Fill a glass with ice

– 2 oz. espresso

– 1 oz. Chocolate Syrup

– 5 oz. steamed milk

– whipped cream, optional

Fill the glass with ice, add steamed milk. Mix espresso with syrup and pour gently down the side of the glass. Top with whipped cream if desired.

 Mocha Cooler

In a 12 oz glass, put 3 or 4 Ice cubes, a shot of 1/2 and 1/2, or low fat milk if you want to cut down on the fat. Two heaping tablespoons of No Sugar Added NesQuick and fill glass with room temp coffee. A splash of Kahlua is nice. Some vodka also, if you like. Stir gently and enjoy.

 Coffee Frape

Ice cube tray of coffee concentrate

Favorite flavoured double-strength coffee brewed, and cooled. Sweeten as desired.

Cream or milk (optional)

Crush coffee cubes and add to individual glasses sweeten the brewed coffee if desired. Now pour brewed coffee over crushed ice. 

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