6 Reviews

A wonderful morning staple for those mornings when it 75 degrease at 5:00 a.m. Have made iced coffee for years but putting it in the blender with coffee ice cubes makes it into a frothy treat. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl July 02, 2009

This is wonderful. I love that it doesn't get watered down when you add the coffee 'ice'. A refreshing summer drink - it can almost be termed a dessert!

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poo235 May 19, 2007

This was really good. Made it today to cool me off after mowing the lawn. Refreshing!!!

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looneytunesfan September 23, 2006

Yum. The first was made straight with coffee ice cubes and coffee into a sorbet for those of us that like it black and strong then the other is made with hazelnut creamer.

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Rita~ September 05, 2006

Very easy and very good. I added 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract to the cooled coffee when making the ice cubes. I blended everything together in the blender with about 2 tablespoons of splenda. Next time I will try a little chocolate syrup as well. Thanks for sharing! Nick's Mom

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Brenda. August 20, 2006

This is classic, works well, and is easy to adjust all around to your personal tastes. I enjoyed it with sugar, with and without milk. I did find that when the coffee was very hot, it melted the ice cubes before they could cool it thoroughly, so it didn't get that cold - you may want to try letting the coffee cool for a few minutes. But again, this is easy to adjust and experiment with.

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Nose July 20, 2005
Basic Iced Coffee