Summer is coming and are you ready for it? Let us have some Recipes With Cold Brew Coffee.
8 Recipes With Cold Brew Coffee
1 Iced Mocca Coffee
You put 375ml of cold coffee, 500 ml of semi-skimmed milk, 3 tablespoons of melted chocolate, 2 tablespoons of sugar and enough ice all in the blender. You give it until it reaches the frappé point, you serve and if you want you add some whipped cream and chocolate sauce. Ready, wonderful.
2 Iced coffee with condensed milk
In a metal bowl, you put a tablespoon of coffee and 3/4 cup of boiling water. Let stand a few minutes and strain everything with a coffee filter. Once it has cooled you add condensed milk, stir and put it in a glass with ice. Re easy and very rich.
3 Caribbean iced coffee
You start preparing a well-loaded coffee according to your tastes. Let it cool and turn it into the blender glass. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and some rum. Once everything is well mixed you serve it in a glass with ice.
4 Iced coffee liqueur with Brandy
Blend in a blender with 30ml of Brandy ice and 30ml of coffee liquor for 5 minutes. You serve in a glass and sprinkle with cinnamon to taste.
5 Oreo frappe
Put 1 cup of espresso coffee (at least warm), 100g of sugar, cinnamon powder to taste and 200cc of milk in the blender. You add ice and licuás, Finally, you add American ice cream with oreo cookies or cookie ice cream.
6 Frappucino Java-chip
You prepare 2 cups of coffee (espresso or instant), add sugar and put it to cool in the refrigerator. Once the coffee is completely cold you send everything to the blender and add 1 cup of milk and 4 bars of bitter chocolate in a bar, add a couple of ice and liquefies. Finally, you serve everything and if you were left wanting more you can add whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
7 Iced coffee with vanilla and orange liqueur
In 1 liter of boiling milk, you dissolve 200g of sugar and 1 tube of vanilla and 4 tablespoons of soluble coffee. Let cool and once it is very cold you put it in the blender, add 2 glasses of orange liquor and 4 ice cubes, serve and go.
8 Superfast iced milk coffee
The image explains everything. You prepare coffee and return it in a bucket, you send it to the freezer and when it is well frozen (it takes longer than the water to freeze) you take out the coffee cubes and put them in a glass. You add milk, sugar, and that’s it. The fastest cold coffee in history.