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Monday, 13 April 2015

Eddy's Kitchen - Coffee Ice Cubes

My favorite being the start of iced coffee season . It’s a refreshing way to start the day and a cool afternoon pick me up,If you’re like me, a coffee drinker, then you’re familiar with how quickly melted ice can ruin an otherwise blissful cup of iced coffee. And if you’re not familiar with this problem, count yourself lucky because there’s nothing worse than going in for a big sip only to find that your once cold brew is a distant , replaced with coffee flavored water. Yuck! I find that even when I brew extra strong iced coffee I don’t like the way regular ice cubes water my drink down.Coffee is used to make the ice cubes instead of water, so the drink never becomes watered down. The cubes slowly melt in the warm milk, releasing the coffee as you sip.If you are determined to kick the coffee shop habit and make your own iced coffee at home, flavored the way you like it, strong and heady and above all cold, I'm here to help. Here is how you make the best iced coffee you've ever had.


Grind the coffee beans 1/3 cup wait until it warm.


























Then freeze away ! Simply fill your ice cube tray with coffee, then pop it in the freezer to chill for 3 to 4 hours. Store the coffee ice cubes in a large freezer bag or keep them in the tray .


Next, fill your glass with coffee ice cubes. I used six cubes, for approximately six ounces of coffee. Feel free to adjust the amount of cubes if you want more or less coffee flavor . 
Finally, add the remaining milk and stir. The warm milk will slowly melt the coffee ice cubes, leaving you with an exceptionally refreshing hot weather treat.

Happy Trying , Readers!!

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