Iced Coffee – Part Two

If you didn’t see Part One, check it out here. I shared how we make cold brew coffee concentrate in my household.

This one’s for you Anna!

So, now you have some coffee concentrate and it’s time to make a delicious cup of iced coffee. Here’s how I like to do it:

Seeing as ice is in the first part of iced coffee, it makes sense this should be the first step.

Next, add some coffee concentrate to the cup. This is straight up concentrate, like I said, I don’t dilute mine. However, you could do a 1/2 coffee, 1/2 water mixture if you’re not sure about strength. As you can see, I filled this up not quite half way with coffee.

Add some milk! You can use any type of milk you like, I prefer skim. I did a 1/2 Milk, 1/2 Coffee mix for this cup of Iced Coffee, but you could do more of a 3/4 Coffee, 1/4 Milk mixture. You could also be a mostly coffee with a dash of half and half if you’re feeling particularly sinful.

Okay, so this is really good as is, but on occasion it’s fun to add a little something extra. I like a couple spoonfuls of Nesquik, but you could also add flavored syrups or just a little sugar if that’s more your speed. There isn’t a right or wrong way to do this, it’s all up to personal preference.

Tada! A lovely cup of iced coffee with some yummy chocolate goodness. Obviously the straw isn’t necessary to enjoy iced coffee, but why not?

So that’s my preferred method for iced coffee. Obviously there are a lot of other ways to make good iced coffee, so if you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to share!

Well Wishes,
Allison

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Author: Allison H.

English Teacher. Coffee Addict. Lover of Books, Music, Knitting, Movies/TV, and other Nerdy Things. Typos and autocorrect are my arch nemeses.

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