KenpoJew Senior Member Joined: 9 Feb 2012 Posts: 9 Location: SCHAUMBURG Expertise: I live coffee
Espresso: Moka Pot Drip: Bonavita
Posted Fri Feb 17, 2012, 12:35am Subject: Re: Ice Coffee - who has recipes
My Iced Coffee recipe:
Brew your favorite coffee and let cool. Pour your coffee into ice cube trays and then freeze them overnight. Place some glass mugs (I use beer mugs) in the freezer and also freeze overnight. When you’re ready for some Iced Coffee, brew a new pot of Coffee and let cool. Place the “Coffee Cubes” into the frosted Mugs. Pour the cooled coffee over the cubes and flavor as you wish.
It is important to remember that the longer this sits, the stronger it will become.
Dennyscoffee Senior Member Joined: 28 Feb 2012 Posts: 11 Location: Bandung Expertise: Pro Roaster
Posted Tue Feb 28, 2012, 5:51am Subject: Re: Ice Coffee - who has recipes
Well I usually make an espresso, the use a shaker filled with 3/4 of ice inside it, pour the espresso to the shaker, add about 100ml of fresh milk and shake it about 2 or 3 minutes. the result is a foamed iced coffee with still a little iced :D
Expat Senior Member Joined: 20 May 2012 Posts: 2 Location: Killeenadeema, Loughrea, County Galway Expertise: Pro Roaster
Posted Sun May 20, 2012, 9:28am Subject: Re: Ice Coffee - who has recipes
First I've got to try the J. Martinez recipe! My mouth is watering already.
As to my recipe it is incredibly simple and requires no coffee brewing: Supplies: large gallon+ size container 1/2 lb. coffee (choose your favorite, a dark roast is preferable) 1 gallon good water
If you don't have that large of a container or want to make less just cut the recipe in half.
Put the coffee in the container Pour in about 1 qt water With a whisk gently blend the coffee into the water Top off with the rest of the water and stir again to ensure it is mixed well Let sit overnight
I liked an earlier poster's suggestion of the coffee ice cubes. We do that and if you're a sipper it really keeps the drink going a long time.
We like to serve in a large glass with our coffee ice cubes. Pour the coffee almost to the top. Pour in about 1/4" of cream. Stir. Enjoy.
Oh, if you like it sweet make a simple syrup with some hot coffee and let it cool (so it won't melt your ice/coffee cubes). Add it to your iced coffee to taste.
CMIN Senior Member Joined: 14 Jun 2012 Posts: 1,383 Location: South FL Expertise: I like coffee
Espresso: Crossland CC1 Grinder: Baratza Preciso
Posted Mon Jul 16, 2012, 7:58am Subject: Re: Ice Coffee - who has recipes
I just make a double or two on the CC1 and dump into one of those double walled sealed tumblers with ice and milk with a packet of splenda, yeh yeh yeh sacrilegious for the espresso... but oh so damn good and refreshing.
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