The Only Way to Cool Your Coffee in Seconds

Tired of trying to sip scorching hot coffee? We have a trick that will cool your morning brew in seconds

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Coffee cubes inside a delightful cup of java.

When you make coffee in the morning, it’s always scorching — at times, you can’t even hold the mug in your hand. And if you’re anything like us, you’re probably in a hurry in the a.m., and boiling hot coffee just slows you down. Luckily, we have a solution that will cool your coffee in seconds.

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Some people throw a few ice cubes in their java, and while this method does work, it waters down the coffee — and no one likes watery coffee. The Daily Meal’s method is foolproof, and it doesn’t dilute the coffee flavor. Make a batch of coffee and freeze it in an ice tray, and after you make your morning coffee, throw a few coffee cubes in your cup to cool it down. Your coffee will cool to a comfortable temperature, and it’ll stay as strong as ever. You can even make flavored coffee cubes using extracts — add a dash of vanilla, hazelnut, or orange for a special treat.