Top 10 Refreshing Iced Coffee Recipes

Cinnamon Ice Cube Coffee

Whether it is cold outside or melting hot, the refreshing flavor of iced coffee boosts my dopamine and soothes me. If you want to experience dessert with caffeine, look no further than iced coffee. You can also experiment a little with iced coffee to customize it according to your preference, but in the meantime, check out my hand-picked ten refreshing recipes for iced coffee that everyone will LOVE!

1. Iced Caramel Macchiato

Iced Caramel Macchiato

In short, this recipe is all about the perfect balance of vanilla, coffee, milk, and caramel. You can make iced caramel macchiato easily at your home with cold brew concentrate. Whether it is the summer season or winter, you can always enjoy this beverage alone or with your bestie.

Check out the full recipe here.

2. Topo Chico Iced Coffee

Topo Chico Iced Coffee

Topo Chico might sound like a new name to you, but this iced coffee isn’t necessary a new beverage. It was invented in Mexico back in 1895 and then found its way to Texas. It is one of my favorite mint coffee drinks that is both refreshing and soothing at the same time.

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3. Mint Mojito Popsicles

Mint Mojito Iced Coffee Popsicles

If you are looking for an extraordinary way to enjoy your cold coffee, you will love checking out this recipe. Unlike drinking your regular iced coffee, you will have to lick this one. So, technically, it is an ice pop but in iced coffee flavor. These might be the best way to start your beautiful day in the summers.

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4. Viennese Iced Coffee 

Viennese Iced Coffee

This one is, hands down, the best iced coffee you will ever drink. Why? Because of its delicious combination of ice cream and coffee. It is a special recipe all the way from Vienna, hence the name. The best thing is that you can make it using either espresso or cold brew coffee – the choice is yours. Either way, you will love its taste.

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5. Iced Salted Honey Latte

Iced Salted Honey Latte

When you are in the mood of drinking something that has the perfect balance of salty, sweet, and cold, this is the recipe you want to follow. You can make it using a latte recipe. And, the best thing about it is that you don’t need a fancy espresso machine. Having a jar and a microwave oven is all you need to make an iced salted honey latte at your home.

Check out the full recipe here.

6. Toasted Coconut Shakerato

Italian Style Iced Coffee

Ever imagined having coconut in your coffee? If you haven’t, you definitely need to try this Italian-based iced coffee right now. It is fun and tastes great! You will need an American Press Coffee Maker, which is not at all expensive and will serve you great tasting coffee every time.

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7. New Orleans Style Coffee

New Orleans Style Iced Coffee

Considered an alternative to iced latte, New Orleans style iced coffee is brewed for about 12 hours with roasted chicory for the best taste. To sweeten it, you can use organic cane sugar. The end result is a strong concentrate that will be cut with whole milk.

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8. Vegan Iced Cinnamon Mocha

Vegan Iced Cinnamon Mocha

If you are a vegan or just avoiding dairy products, I suggest you try out this recipe. You can transform your basic latte into this delicious cinnamon mocha with easy-to-make dark cinnamon-infused spicy chocolate sauce. The recipe requires no cooking and takes merely 5 minutes to prepare.

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9. Cinnamon Ice Cube Coffee

Cinnamon Ice Cube Coffee

Iced coffee waters down when the ice melts. So, using ice cubes made of coffee means the flavor won’t get watery even if the ice melts. You can make these ice cubes ahead of time, put them in the freezer, and use them in your cup of java whenever you are in the mood to chill.

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10. Lemonade Iced Coffee

Lemonade Iced Coffee

You know what lemonade is, but ever heard of a lemonade iced coffee? It is my all-time favorite, especially when it is melting hot outside. The tartness of lemons and sweetness of the sugar adds an amazing tang to this cold brew recipe.

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