Iced Benedictine Coffee

Total Time
4hrs 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 4 hrs

A refreshing iced coffee with a little kick! Use a French roast, or espresso blend to make strong coffee. Add more half and half if desired. (or more benedictine :))Cooking time includes chilling.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix brewed coffee and sugar in a 2 quart pitcher.
  2. Refrigerate and chill thoroughly.
  3. Add Benedictine and half and half, stirring well.
  4. Pour over ice, in tall glasses, and serve.


Most Helpful

I made this for my husband because he loves strong espresso type coffees and sweet flavored creamers. This is a little fancier than those but still strong and sweet. He loved it.

Realtor by day, Chef by night June 01, 2012

I hooked up a pitcher of this to my life support. Made for Comfort Cafe.

gailanng January 02, 2010

I'm sure enjoying the new deck this summer. What a wonderful place to enjoy some fabulous Zaar drinks! Thanks very much for sharing this little wonder Mike. So simple and yummy (I used a 1/2 oz of the Benedictine). I think I'll try it with Frangelico next time :D.

Annacia July 15, 2008

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