Iced coffee recipes

Perfect Iced Coffee: 10 Recipes

In this article, you will find 10 different recipes about how to prepare iced coffee, Eiskaffee in German, at home. So let’s start and enjoy your best coffee drink in summer: Iced coffee.

1. Spiced Cola Coffee

An invigorating innovation for caffeine-cravers!
4 ounces (115 ml) hot, fresh espresso or strong coffee
1 cinnamon stick + 3 cardamom seeds
2 whole star anise + 1 teaspoon (7 ml) simple sugar syrup
Three to five ice cubes
Three 1/2 ounces (115 ml) cold cola soft drink
1. Pour the coffee into a cup or tempered glass mug.
2. Add the cinnamon stick, cardamom, and star anise.
3. Allow the spices to infuse their flavors together for 4 minutes, before straining out and discarding them.
4. Stir in the simple sugar syrup.
5. Pour the spiced coffee into a cocktail shaker.
6. Add the ice cubes, and shake vigorously to cool the mixture.
7. Pour the chilled coffee into a frosty cold glass.
8. Top it off with the cola.
9. Serve with a straw and chill out!

2. Iced Orange Mochaccino

Take time to smell this mochaccino!
3–5 ounces (100–150 ml) milk
2–4 coffee ice cubes
2 ounces (70 ml) cold espresso or strong coffee
1 teaspoon (7 ml) chocolate syrup
2 ounces (70 ml) caramel syrup
2 ounces (70 ml) orange juice
1–2 ounces (35–70 ml) orange-flavored syrup

1. Place the milk and coffee ice cubes in a chilled tall glass.
2. Whisk the remaining ingredients in a separate container until well blended.
3. Pour the whisked mixture into the milk.
4. Stir, and enjoy!

3. Fake-a-Frappéccino

Oh, “Frappé Days” are here again!
before the recipe a little history
FRAPPÉ: This is an iced or frozen drink; a thick cold milkshake. The term is derived from the French verb frapper, meaning “to chill.” The first-ever frappé was born in Greece in 1956. During a trade exhibition, a drink for children was being promoted, mixing milk, sugar, and cold water in a shaker. Someone added soluble instant coffee to the mix and a cool, refreshing frappé with a special foam was born.

3 ounces (100 ml) cold espresso or strong coffee
2–3 ounces (70–90 ml) chocolate syrup
One 1/2 teaspoons (7 ml) vanilla-flavored syrup
3 ounces (100 ml) milk
3 cups (675 g) crushed ice
Whipped cream, for garnish
Small pieces of chocolate, for garnish

1. Place the espresso, syrups, milk, and crushed ice in a blender, and blend until the mixture is slushy.
2. Pour into a chilled tall 12-ounce (340 ml) glass.
3. Garnish with mounds of whipped cream and small pieces of chocolate.

4. Espresso Ice

1/2 cup (125 ml) cold espresso or strong coffee
3 cups (675 g) crushed ice
3 lemon wedges, for garnish
Granulated sugar (optional)
3 rock sugar swizzle sticks (optional)
1. Blend the espresso and ice in a blender or shaker until smooth.
2. If you wish, rub the rim of each glass with a lemon wedge, then dip the wet glass, rim down, into a small dish of granulated sugar.
3. Pour the drink into three chilled stemmed glasses and serve with the rock sugar swizzle sticks or rimmed with granulated sugar, lemon wedges, and straws.

5. Cola-Coffee

This new and energized coffee hybrid is übercaffeinated!
1 cup (250 ml) cold espresso or strong coffee
3 ounces (100 ml) cola soft drink
5 ice cubes
1 lemon slice, for garnish

1. Mix the coffee and cola together over the ice in a chilled tall 12-ounce (340 ml) glass.
2. Garnish with the lemon slice.

Note: The fusion of these two caffeinated flavors has an espresso-like crema when poured.
Fact Coffee soda concepts have been around since the 1920s! In 1996, Pepsi produced an experimental coffee soft drink called “Pepsi Kona.”

6. Cappuccino Smoothie

chocolate cappuccino

A creamy coffee meltdown.

2 cups (500 ml) cold espresso or strong coffee
2 cups (500 ml) coffee ice cream or sorbet
1 1/4 cups (300 ml) milk
6 cups (1.3 kg) crushed ice
Whipped cream, for garnish
The ground cinnamon, for garnish
Cocoa powder, for garnish

1. Place the espresso, ice cream, milk, and ice in a blender, and blend until smooth.
2. Pour into six chilled stemmed coffee or ice-cream glasses.
3. Top with a dollop of whipped cream and sprinkle with cinnamon and cocoa powder.

Variation: For a Mocha Cappuccino Smoothie, substitute chocolate ice cream for the coffee ice cream, and chocolate milk for the regular milk. Garnish with milk chocolate shavings.

7. Coffee-Cocoa Cooler


Tall, rich, dark, and delicious!

2–3 teaspoons (30–45 ml) chocolate syrup
4 ounces (113 ml) milk
8 ounces (250 ml) cold espresso or strong coffee
1/2 teaspoon (2 ml) vanilla extract
8 ice cubes
Whipped cream, for garnish

1. In a small mixing bowl, mix the chocolate syrup with the milk until the syrup is dissolved.
2. Add the cold espresso and vanilla, and stir.
3. Pour over ice into two chilled stemmed tall 8-ounce (250 ml) glasses.
4. Top with whipped cream.

8. Espresso “Extreme Shake-Over”

Iced coffee shake

3–4 ounces (90–113 ml) cold espresso or strong coffee
1 ounce (30 ml) almond-flavored syrup
3 ounces (90 ml) yogurt or yogurt drink
2 cups (450 g) crushed ice
Chocolate whipped cream, for garnish

1. Place the espresso, almond-flavored syrup, yogurt, and crushed ice in a blender, and blend until smooth.
2. Pour into a chilled 16–ounce (500 ml) glass.
3. Top with chocolate whipped cream.

9. Iced Coffee Moroccan

4 ounces (113 ml) cold-pressed coffee
2 ounces (70 ml) Moroccan syrup (one 1/2 ounces cinnamon-flavored syrup and 1/2 ounce hazelnut-flavored syrup)
16 ice cubes
4 ounces (130 ml) milk
4 ounces (130 ml) chocolate milk
The ground cinnamon, for garnish
Chocolate sprinkles, for garnish

1. Pour the coffee and syrup into a chilled 16-ounce (500 ml) ice-filled glass.
2. Pour in the milk and chocolate milk.
3. Garnish with cinnamon and chocolate sprinkles.

10. Iced Alexander Mint

A popular and creamy coffee drink!

4 ounces (113 ml) cold-pressed coffee
2 ounces (60 ml) crème de cacao syrup
2 ounces (60 g) crushed ice
4 ounces (113 ml) milk
4 ounces (113 ml) chocolate milk
Nutmeg, for garnish
Chocolate sprinkles, for garnish

1. Pour the coffee and crème de cacao syrup into a chilled 16-ounce (500 ml) ice-filled glass.
2. Pour in the milk and chocolate milk.
3. Garnish with nutmeg and chocolate sprinkles.

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Caffeinevibe Team