2 years ago

Iced cold brew coffee 3
ways

Looking for a new way to drink your cup of joe now that the
weather is turning warmer?

Start by making cold brew, which creates a distinctively
smooth cup of coffee, without the traditional acidic coffee “bite.” To do this,
simply mix coarse ground coffee beans with water, stir and leave at room
temperature for up to 12 hours. This brewing process essentially replaces heat
with time.

To make iced coffee, make ice cubes out of brewed coffee,
so your coffee doesn’t get watered down as the ice melts. Simply add a handful
of these coffee ice cubes to your cold brew and then try some tasty add-ins:

  1. Chocolate milk: 1 part
    chocolate milk to 3 parts iced coffee. Stir to combine.
  2. Cinnamon: Sprinkle
    cinnamon over the top of your iced coffee, to taste.
  3. Caramel: Stir in 1
    tablespoon of caramel topping with your iced coffee.

Easily turn this into and adult beverage by adding 1-2
shots of RumChata.