Yes, it sounds bizarre, but one of the newest trends in iced coffee is, the coffee lemonade. Similar to an Arnold Palmer, except without the iced tea, this unusual drink combines citrus and caffeine, for a bold and refreshing taste. So, ditch your black coffee — or if you're like me, your sugary, creamy latte concoction — and give this drink a taste. We all love lemonade, right? Might as well mix it up with coffee, since we all know we're (caffiene) addicts!“I approached this recipe in that same way that I approach making Arnold Palmers: just combining iced coffee and already-made lemonade results in a drink that doesn't taste enough like either for my liking." Says Sam Leontin, KRUPS Brand Ambassador and Champion Barista, "So instead I've essentially replaced all of the water in my recipe for fresh lemonade with iced coffee, and then toned down the lemon and the sugar just a touch to bring them into balance with the coffee."Recipe courtesy of KRUPS Brand Ambassador and Champion Barista, Sam Lewontin.
Cold-brew coffee is richer in flavor than the regular kind. This method produces a kind of coffee concentrate, so don’t go overboard and make sure to dilute your glasses or you’ll be drinking far too much caffeine.
Emily Brees of Oat and Sesame, goes icy with her recipe for Iced Coffee Granita with Maple Orange Cream. She layers Italian hazelnut Frangelico liqueur and coffee with sweetened orange maple whipped cream and reports that these may even be better in ice pop form! This recipe does require a little make ahead prep, but it provides deliciousness you need and deserve on hot summer days.
Coffee tends to be a morning drink, while beer tends to be consumed in the evening. Though these beverages don’t frequently interact, this cocktail finally brings them together at last.This recipe is courtesy of KRUPS’ Brand Ambassador, Sam Lewontin.
Want to up your doughnut Instagram game? Forget a plain ol’ box of doughnuts or a snap of you taking a bite out of a pastry. Make this indulgent milkshake cocktail instead.This recipe is courtesy of Bailey’s.