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this was a very tasty treat.it was easy to make and delicious.I made my coffee double strenghth for more taste.
I won't get iced coffee from the Dunkin Donuts location that don't melt their sugar. So I suggest you put equal parts sugar and water in a cup and melt them in the microwave just until melted (about 25 seconds for me) and let it cool. Sugar won't melt in ice so it all ends up lumped at the bottom. Also don't use milk. Use cream. It'll taste just like Dunkin Donuts!
Mmm -- this was really good. I brewed the coffee and stirred in the sugar while it was still hot, just to be sure it dissolved completely, and then put the coffee in a carafe in the fridge to cool. When it was cold I added the milk and just a splash of cream. All the good taste of Dunkin' Donuts coffee at a fraction of the price!
This was a great ratio of coffee and milk. I made a big batch instead of just a single cup. I also didn't use sugar, but caramel flavored syrup (2 tbsp for every 3/4 cup of coffee). It ended up being 3 cups of coffee with the added syrup, so I used 3 cups of a milk blend: a can of fat-free evaporated milk, 1 cup of fat-free half and half, and 1/2 cup milk. I don't think I've ever had Dunkin Donuts Iced Coffee, but this is definitely better than McDonalds.
I think a better way of making ice coffee rather than let the coffee cool (which tends to make it more bitter or can end up tasting "burnt") is to make ice cubes with coffee. Just make extra coffee and freeze some in ice trays. The you can add these ice cubes to your normal coffee (add extra sugar/milk cause the ice cubes will be just black coffee) Otherwise you should make the coffee extra strong. At any rate, I hate how much milk they use at dunkin donuts, many times I feel like I'm drinking milk with sugar and can't taste any coffee. The perfect ice coffee to me would taste like the coffee nips candies.
Good recipe, just make sure you dissolve sugar with hot coffee, leave coffee to cool or you will end up adding too many ice cubes to cool it down and lastly make an extra strong coffee. Thanks for sharing
This tastes amazing! I made mine pretty light: I used half the sugar (I prefer raw sugar), and used unsweetened vanilla almond milk (only 20 calories for 2/3 cup vs. around 54 for skim and the numbers just go up for 1%, 2% and so on). It still tastes like a sweet, iced coffee drink (a.k.a. perfect!) As I haven't been to Dunkin Donuts, I can't comment on the comparison, but I can say this tastes very similar to Starbucks - a winner in my book! Thanks for the recipe, Karen.
Excellent. This is the best iced coffee I've EVER had! The milk to coffee ratio is perfect! A++ THANKS!!!!
I haven't tried this iced coffee which is why I won't rate it. I love dunkin donuts coffee (cold and hot). I have been trying to make iced coffee most of this summer, but none taste like dunkin donuts. Today I decided to buy dunkin donuts packaged coffee from the store to make it myself at home. Since I'm making iced coffee I figured I needed this coffee to be a little stronger, so I put maybe a tablespoon more coffee in how I normally make it. Right after brewing while the coffee was hot I put in some sugar so it could melt. I put more sugar than normally so the ice won't dilute the sweetness. Then I put ice in a bigger cup then pour in the coffee, then the creamer (I use regular creamer or hazelnut). Put whip cream on top and it was yum. This came very close to the one from their store's. Dunkin donuts coffee has it's own flavor I can't get anywhere else. So for my personal taste, I prefer dunkin donuts iced coffee. There are no substitutes.