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How to Make Iced Coffee to Your Pleasure

Every home and every cafe should have an ICED COFFEE recipe in their repertoires. The particular recipes of each establishment vary but the basic ingredients, techniques, and procedures are almost the same. For a cafe, the ICED COFFEE recipe would be the same as for a restaurant or deli.

When people hear about "icing coffee," they usually think of a flat ice cube or a freshly crushed ice stick. While it is true that these kinds of ideas will work, they do not produce a uniform, tasty beverage. Many home and cafe owners like the idea of trying to make their own icings for the sake of their customers.

Many cafes began using this term during the early 1970s when the first automated ice machines were installed in cafeterias all over the world. The machine converts to steam and water into vapor. After creating an iceless beverage, the machine rids itself of the vapors and the resulting steam is condensed back into water, making wireless drinks.

Coffee is a drink made with coffee beans and some type of sweetener. Different types of coffee beans produce different flavors of hot coffee are created depending on the type of bean used. Decaf or low-calorie decaf beverages are common.

ICED icings include the ability to make unique flavored beverages by using simple ingredients and by using artificial flavorings. These icings are extremely good for people who hate the taste of the actual beverage. It is a good way to indulge one's taste buds.

How to Make Iced Coffee

Some great flavor combinations are ginger, chocolate, hazelnut, chocolate chips, vanilla, and cinnamon. And to make your icing even better, you can use different types of ingredients to create unique icings.


  1.  1/2 cup sugar
  2. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup coffee, at room temperature
  3. 2 tablespoons half and half*, or more, to taste


  • To make the simple iced coffee, combine sugar and 1 cup water in a medium saucepan over medium heat, stirring until the sugar has dissolved. Let cool completely and stir in vanilla extract; set aside.
  • Serve coffee over ice with half and half and simple syrup, to taste. Chairman, continue from here...

This recipe can be simple, easy, cost-effective and friendly to coffee shops, if not great!

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