1/2 Photos of German Style Eiskaffee (Iced Coffee Drink)
In Germany, there are charming areas outside many restaurants called a "Biergarten" with patio furniture in a garden setting where customers gather around 4pm for an hour or two to relax with either a beer or an iced coffee. This is the typical way an iced coffee is served in the spring & summer at German Beergardens in the Bonn area, where I currently live. It is also a popular choice as a dessert beverage. The measurements are approximate and will vary greatly based on the size of glass used. They also often stick a decorative long toothpick with metallic streamers to garnish as well as the cookie (we think they look like sparklers).
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- 1Place ice cream scoop into a decorative wine goblet or tall clear drinking glass.
- 2Add coffee to fill glass 1/2-3/4 full (amount will vary based on size of glass).
- 3Completely cover with a mountain of sweetened whipped cream (use the canned kind or a decorating bag to make decorative swirls)- the whipped cream should be plentiful and just start to peak over the top of the glass rim.
- 4Sprinkle with freshly grated good quality chocolate.
- 5Stick a wafer cookie into the whipped cream off to the side.
- 6Serve with some sugar on the side (for those who want to add more sweetness- although the ice cream and the whipped cream pretty much cover this), a long spoon, and a straw.
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Nutritional Facts for German Style Eiskaffee (Iced Coffee Drink)
Serving Size: 1 (333 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
- Amount Per Serving
- % Daily Value
- Calories 216.0
- Calories from Fat 125
- Total Fat 13.9 g
- Saturated Fat 8.6 g
- Cholesterol 51.8 mg
- Sodium 96.5 mg
- Total Carbohydrate 19.3 g
- Dietary Fiber 0.4 g
- Sugars 16.4 g
- Protein 3.5 g
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