It’s getting hot. And, as the temperature rises, we often want to drink something cold. Iced coffee or cold brew coffee is often the go-to drink for the cold coffee lover, but there are other great cold coffee recipes out there perfect for the summer months, so we thought we’d bring you our top three:
Some popular high-street coffee chains (you know, like the one that started in Seattle) will sell you an iced latte for upwards of £3. But here’s a great copycat recipe for your cooling down pleasure:
Simple. And this will cost you pence and not pounds which is essential in these times.
‘Frappe’ is the French word for ‘beaten’. Recipes for this popular summer coffee drink vary from country to country but the common theme running through them all is crushed (or beaten) ice. Here’s a recipe that we think will suit most tastes:
Hey presto, there’s your frappe. Plastic cup and straw are optional and make sure to tip yourself a fiver for being such a good barista.
The classic cold coffee. Use the espresso machine or cold brew method, as preferred. Add ice - simple. And, if you like, you can spice up your coffee in different ways:
There is no dark art or great secret to creating a great iced coffee. No special equipment is required, just your favourite coffee served cold with loads of ice and any twist you want to put on it will generally work.
What's your favourite cold coffee drink?
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