Iced coffee. Try A Delicious, Refreshing Iced Coffee From Kraft® And Delight Your Taste Bud. Allow the coffee to sit out until it reaches room temperature; you can even place it in the fridge once it's cooled down slightly. Fill a tall glass or a travel tumbler to the rim with ice.
One would think that one could merely pour brewed coffee into a glass full of ice and call it a day…but I find that method extremely flawed. First, no matter how packed with ice the glass is, once the hot coffee hits, some of the ice is bound to melt. We used Peet's Baridi blend coffee beans, which are specially roasted for iced coffee, but any beans you like will do. You can cook Iced coffee using 5 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Iced coffee
- It’s 10 cup of water.
- Prepare 1 of coffee maker.
- It’s 1 cup of Folgers Country Roast mild.
- You need 1 of half&half fat free.
- Prepare 2 cup of sugar.
Give the beans a few bursts in a coffee grinder, to a medium grind. An iced latte is espresso and milk poured over ice. Learn more about the different types of coffee in our coffee guide! What can you do to prevent iced coffee from getting watery?
Iced coffee step by step
- Brew coffee.
- In a gallon pitcher add 2 Cups sugar..
- Shut of coffee maker when completed. N cool.
- In the pitcher add the coffee brew.
- Fill up the pitcher with cold water and stir.
- Chill til cold.
- In a tall glass add iced coffee..
- Add half & half as desired to taste.
- You can add flavor syrup..experimenting would be great. Get creative! I left mine plain.
Iced coffee brewed with cold water can be bland, but of course, there are problems with hot water, too. If you pour your regular steaming hot coffee over ice, that ice melts, adding too much water. If you really want to get serious about your iced coffee, you can make ice cubes out of coffee too. Then you won't get that "watered-down" effect. And if you're into that flavored sort of coffee then go for it.