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Spring iced coffee recipes

Spring iced coffee recipes

For those looking for a more sustainable alternative to ready-to-drink iced coffees, we've been brewing up our own delicious iced coffee recipes to welcome in the warmer Spring months. Here's our round-up of at-home iced coffees.


Cold Brew Coffee

Ingredients
  • 2 scoops of coffee [link to coffee section here]
  • 100ml water
Method

A Hario glass brewing bottle isn't just for tea. We like to pour a few scoops of our funkiest coffee (try Unkle Funka [link to Uncle Funka page here]) over water and leave to brew in the fridge overnight. The next day, take 100ml of cold brew coffee, pour over ice and serve.


Vegan iced lattee

Ingredients
  • Double espresso [link to espresso page here]
  • Mylk
  • Ice 
  • Vanilla syrup
Method

Iced Lattes are an oldie, but a goodie. Shake together all the ingredients for a fast and straightforward way to sate a cold coffee craving. Don't forget to add that touch of sweetness, though; they fall a bit flat without it.


Mocha Frappe

Ingredients
  • Double espresso [link to espresso page here]
  • Zuma Non-Dairy Vanilla Frappe
  • Extract Hot Chocolate [link to hot chocolate here]
  • Milk 
  • Ice
Method

The invention of the Frappe is due to the ingenuity of a sales rep who couldn't locate any hot water to make his coffee with at a trade fair in 1957. They're now a touch more sophisticated than the modest mix of coffee, cold water, sugar and ice cubes, but still as simple to make with the right tools. Give your ingredients quick blitz in a blender for an indulgent way to get your coffee hit over the summer months. We're still amazed by the creamy flavour and thick texture when the milk is switched out for alternative milk.

If you're on the lookout for more inspirational, coffee-based drink recipes, take a look at our Summer coffee cocktail recipes [put link to Summer drinks blog post here] or our annual summer menu [put link to summer menu here].


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