Is Lemonade Coffee a Trend to Jump On?

Citrus, caffeine, and a touch of sugar... get adventurous with your coffee consumption (or at least try)!

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. 

1
Servings
101
Calories Per Serving
Deliver Ingredients

Ingredients

  • 6 Ounces Iced coffee (cold-brewed or flash-brewed)
  • .5 Ounce Simple syrup
  • .5 Lemon juice

Directions

Combine ingredients in a pint glass. Stir gently, top with ice, and serve with a colorful straw! Feel free to adjust lemon juice and simple syrup to taste.

For simple syrup: combine equal parts granulated sugar and hot water, and stir until the sugar is fully dissolved.

Nutritional Facts

Total Fat
2g
3%
Sugar
16g
18%
Carbohydrate, by difference
19g
15%
Protein
2g
4%
Calcium, Ca
87mg
9%
Magnesium, Mg
15mg
5%
Niacin
1mg
7%
Phosphorus, P
99mg
14%
Sodium, Na
52mg
3%
Water
144g
5%

Lemonade Shopping Tip

Buying fruits in season when they are at the peak of their freshness make for great tasting food and can save you money.

Lemonade Cooking Tip

Don’t throw out your overripe fruit – instead blend into a smoothie or salad dressing, add to muffin batter, bake into a cobbler, or boil down with sugar and a little lemon juice to make jam.