People who know me, know that I’m a coffee lover and I absolutely love every type of coffee you can consume 🙈 I mostly buy my coffee from 2 stores, this one https://www.peterlarsenkaffeshop.dk and this one https://kaffeagenterne.dk. I’m always keen to try out new types of coffee because they have such different taste and I think it’s fun to widen your coffee knowledge ☕️ 😀 So back in 2009 I tried drinking Iced Latte for the first time, and it was amazing that you could get coffee that cools you down when it’s hot 🤗 Since then I’ve tried to perfect my Iced Latte and Ice Coffee recipes. The most important thing is to have a good base for a cold brew, so I will tell you how I make mine, and also give you 2 ways I make iced coffee and Cold Brew Affogato, the last one contains ice cream – and that is probably my favorite 🤩😋
Miss J’s Cold Brew
Amount: 700 ml.
14 grams of your favorite coffee (coarse ground)
700 ml. cold water
1 bottle that can contain about 1 litre
1 fine mesh strainer
1 bottle for the finished cold brew (about 0,7 litre)
Add the coffee to your 1 liter bottle and add the water. Let it sit for 24 hours (not necessarily cold, but not in direct sunlight either.
Then sift it through your fine mesh strainer, into your 0,7 liter bottle.
Now it’s ready to use.
The cold brew can last for about 2 weeks when kept in the fridge.
I use the sifted coffee grounds in the yard – roses are especially happy when they get a bit of coffee ground added on top of the dirt.
5 ice cubes
1 oz cold brew coffee
1 cup milk of your choice
2 tsp. syrup – or to taste
Add 2 ice cubes in your glass.
Toss the last 3 ice cubes into your shaker with the rest of the ingredients.
Shake it well for about 30 seconds (remember to hold on to the lid, gets so messy if you don’t)!
Pour the iced coffee into the glass and enjoy your ice cold and delicious iced coffee with your feet up and the sun in your pretty face!
My husband and I like our iced coffee really taste of coffee, so I put 1 oz extra in and add a smaller amount of milk.
Cold Brew Affogato
2 oz cold brew coffee
4 ice cubes
4 scoops vanilla ice cream
150 ml. milk
1 tbsp. 1883 syrup of your taste
Choc Orange Version:
6 small orange chocolates (frozen)
Pour everything in a blender (I use my OBH smoothie blender).
Blend it until it’s smooth and creamy.
Serve it in a large glass or cup with a thick straw in.
If you want a thicker Affogato just add a few more ice cubes.
You can use other types of syrup – I just prefer 1883 Routin.
You can also use any brand of vanilla ice cream I use Easis vanilla ice cream or a good Italian vanilla ice cream.
My husband and I like our cold brew affogato really taste of coffee, so I put 1 oz extra in and add a smaller amount of milk.