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Angry_Barista
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Posted Wed Jun 11, 2014, 4:57pm
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So I can search and sort through endless discussions or I can just ask the question. Does anyone have thoughts about using ice coffee cubes to supplement iced coffee and also milk ice cubes for iced lattes? And if there's a discussion that already exists please redirect me there.
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Posted Wed Jun 11, 2014, 5:44pm
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Almost every shop I've been to has used coffee cubes in iced drinks (and normal cubes too if they were busy and ran out) , not sure about the milk cubes but don't see why not. Was just at a place in Miami I've been to where they have coffee cubes but you have to ask for them or you get regular ones.
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Angry_Barista
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Posted Fri Jun 13, 2014, 2:00pm
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thank you CMIN, actually none of the coffee shops up here in portland use that so I was kinda curious why, thank you for your reply.
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Posted Fri Jun 13, 2014, 2:51pm
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I've frozen drip/pour over before at home but rarely, my freezer is always stacked so barely any room for a cube tray lol. Quite a few places here that do that or when I've traveled, but a lot of times you have to ask for it as they pry only keep X amount on hand daily otherwise they'd have to be brewing and freezing all day long. I actually just thought of something, I remember making milk pops when I was young, coffee pops would be cool hmmmmmm
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aveekda
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Posted Sun Sep 7, 2014, 11:39am
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I use a Silicon ice tray to make huge whiskey glass type cubes made out of "old" coffee from my bonavita... I use them in everything!
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Posted Tue Sep 23, 2014, 3:43pm
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I was just suggesting this to the owner of my shop for our iced coffees. She loves the idea, so I'm sure we'll be starting it really soon. Even if I have to go buy the trays myself lol. I hate serving the possibility of watered down iced coffee. Hadn't thought about milk cubes though. I love it!!

 
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