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:
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.
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!