Differentiating different types of iced coffees


The majority of people believe that coffee must be served hot. However, the beauty of it is that you can serve it hot or cold without losing any of the drink’s awesomeness.

Iced coffees are ideal for both warm and cool weather.

The following are six different types of iced coffee drinks, their ingredients, and their appearance.

1) Coffee iced

This is the most basic form of coffee.

It’s essentially coffee served over ice with a dash of milk, creamer, or sweetener. The majority of people prefer it with syrup (rather than sugar) as the sweetener. It comes in a variety of flavours, including caramel iced coffee, coconut, and almond.

It can be made by either brewing coffee as usual and then pouring it over chilled milk topped with ice cubes, or by brewing it cold.

Sweeteners and other flavourings are typically added prior to cooling in hot brewing because they dissolve more quickly.

2) Frappuccino

A blended iced coffee beverage with whipped cream and syrup on top. However, not all Frappes are created equal; there are coffee-free varieties available, but we’re all about the caffeine here. Unless, of course, you are into that sort of thing.

Frappuccino is made with a creme base or coffee, ice, and your choice of flavouring. Then whipped cream and spices are added.

3) Espresso iced

Iced espresso can be served straight or with a dash of milk, cream, or sweetener as an iced coffee.

Additionally, you can ice espresso-based speciality drinks such as americanos, mochas, macchiatos, lattes, and flat whites.

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Source: Coffee Talk

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