Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Make your own decadent - and very adult - fancy iced coffee drink. This one combines double-strength coffee, chocolate liqueur and whipped cream for a refreshing jolt of a summer drink. To make double-strength coffee, simply double the amount of coffee grounds you normally would use to make a pot. Once the coffee has brewed, remove it from the heat, let it cool, then refrigerate.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 295.73 ml chilled extra strong coffee
  • 42.52 g chocolate liqueur
  • 9.85 ml sugar
  • whipped cream, for garnish
  • chocolate syrup, for garnish


  1. Combine the coffee and chocolate liqueur in a tall glass.
  2. Add the sugar and stir for a minute or so, or until it dissolves.
  3. Sugar dissolves more slowly in chilled coffee than hot.
  4. Top the glass with whipped cream, then drizzle chocolate sauce over it.


Most Helpful

I thought this was a very good iced coffee, but the extra strong coffee was a little TOO strong for me. While I was drinking it, I couldn't help wondering what was different than a usual iced coffee (besides the added alcohol!). Then it dawned on me that I've never had coffee without milk or cream. I would make this again, but would add some milk to lighten it up and smooth out the extra strong coffee. Thanks!

Karen=^..^= January 20, 2009

I used only 1 ounce of creme de cacao (the dark one). I tasted it before adding sugar and it was sweet enough for my taste. So I didn't need to add the sugar. I used lots of whipped cream (like you can see on my photo). And as I didn't have chocolate syrup, I poured a little bit of creme de cacao on top of the whipped cream. Thanks Lainey :) Made for Holiday tag.

Boomette February 21, 2008

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