Coffee Ice Cubes

by Renee Brown June 25, 2016 2 Comments

Coffee Ice Cubes

Summer is a great time to enjoy all the cold options for coffee, but it feels like you have a small window of time to enjoy it before it tastes like water. Here's a great remedy for the iced water-flavored coffee drinks...coffee ice cubes. As your ice cubes melt, your drink gets a coffee boost rather than tasting like the rag you used to wipe up this morning's spilled drink.
  1. Pour the freshly brewed coffee or cold brewed coffee into the ice cube tray. (If your favorite iced drink is milk and coffee then add milk to this recipe.)
  2. Place the ice cube tray in the freezer.
  3. Freeze the coffee liquid.
  4. Add the ice cubes to your favorite iced coffee drink and enjoy.
  5. Or fill the glass with the coffee ice cubes and keep adding hot coffee and a little cream or milk or sweetened condensed milk. 

Enjoy!




Renee Brown
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Weaver's Angel
Weaver's Angel

September 01, 2016

Anne, You’re welcome! Brew your coffee as you would normally brew it. You can also use the cold brew method from this blog post: https://weaverscoffee.com/blogs/blog/the-benefits-of-cold-brew-coffee-and-how-to-make-cold-brew . This will actually create more concentrated coffee ice cubes. :) Enjoy and thanks for the comment!

Anne Katie
Anne Katie

August 20, 2016

Thanks for your guide! It looks quite easy to make iced cubes following your recipe, but how long can I brew coffee?

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