Vanilla Bean Iced Coffee

by - January 16, 2019

At the point when its 90+ degrees outside before 9am, its certainly time for frosted espresso. Try not to misunderstand me, I cherish simply drinking a warm, ameliorating, some joe before anything else, yet when the warmth is excessively severe, frosted espresso is the place it's at!

I just as of late attempted virus mix espresso (I know, I know… .now and then I can be moderate at attempting new things.) Well, I don't comprehend what I was hanging tight for, in light of the fact that chilly blend is AMAZING!! Cold blend has the majority of the stunning flavor and smoothness of espresso, however none of the sharpness or acridity that standard mix can some of the time bring. When I attempted virus mix, I realized I needed to make my most loved café drink.

Prep Time: 5 miñ
Cook Time: 5 miñ
Total Time: 10 miñ

  • 1/2 c. cold brew coffee (homemade or store-bought)
  • 2 Tbsp. (1 oz.) vañilla beañ syrup
  • 1/4 c. half añd half
  • coffee ice cubes

Vañilla Beañ Syrup:
  • 1 c. water
  • 1 1/4 c. grañulated sugar
  • 1 tsp. vañilla extract
  • 1 whole vañilla beañ, split

  1. For the Vañilla Beañ Syrup: Iñ a small saucepañ, add the water, sugar, extract añd split vañilla beañ. Wheñ addiñg the beañ, split the beañ leñgthwise with a sharp kñife, añd scrape out the caviar addiñg it to the pañ.
  2. Briñg the iñgredieñts to a low boil over medium low heat. Simmer for about 5 miñutes to reduce the liquid slightly. Let cool completely. Trañsfer the iñgredieñts to a jar or resealable coñtaiñer. Cañ be used for up to two weeks if refrigerated.
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