Visit site
  • Holly Crumrine

    Iced coffee drinks | Cool Mom Picks collection of 6 iced coffee drinks.

  • Francesca Vaccaro

    Combine coffee, coconut milk and chocolate syrup to make this Coconut Cowboy Coffee

  • Karliegh Braswell

    Mexican iced coffee recipe at Girl Cooks World. Made with cinnamon, cloves, and anise. If you’re feeling sassy you can add chocolate syrup and a shot of coffee liquor.

  • Heather Joyce

    Iced Mexican Coffee with Café De Olla * 1 Tablespoon chocolate syrup * ice * 1 shot coffee liquor * 1/2 cup cold café de olla (recipe below) * 1 Tablespoon 1/2 n 1/2 * pinch cinnamon Café De Olla * 5 cups water * 4 large cinnamon sticks * 6 whole cloves * 4 star anise * 1/4 cup white sugar, unrefined * 1/4 cup lightly packed brown sugar * 3/4 cup ground dark roast coffee beans, regular or decaf

Related Pins

6 amazing iced coffee ideas. It's hot out, and duuuude, it's time to break out the iced coffee.

Starbucks coffee cake - Amazing!! Jennifer Milsaps L Milsaps L Milsaps L Milsaps L Aedo, we could make this, right? I can freehand the logo...

There's nothing like a hot cup of coffee or tea to start the day. While some studies celebrate these beverages, others claim they'll do more harm. So should you toss that favorite drink or ignore the naysayers?

Mexican Coffee. Prep 2 cocktails Great coffee drink with an extra touch of heat from Tequila! Ingredients 2 teaspoons sugar, divided 3 ounces tequila, divided 3 ounces coffee liqueur (I used Kahlua)

Perfect Iced Coffee Recipe from the pioneer woman. Made this using a smaller recipe (just brewed one cup and let it chill in the fridge for a bit then poured over ice and added half & half). Her tip for using sweetened condensed milk to sweeten is amazing. Just be sure to put the remaining milk in the fridge so you can use it again!

Combine coffee, coconut milk and chocolate syrup to make this Coconut Cowboy Coffee from lovely food blog Kumquat. Pour over ice and it's to die for!

: ))))))) The secret to Cuban "cafecito," is the finely ground, dark roasted coffee beans used in the brew. Use a spoon to stir up the first few drops of coffee with the sugar in the pot to create a sweet, frothy foam – called "espumita." This will rise to the top when you pour the coffee in the cup.

THE iced coffee! It doesn't get diluted when you ice it because it's concentrated.