Looking to spice up your morning coffee recipes at home this summer? You’ve come to the right place. Did you know that spending $5 a day on coffee from a coffee shop adds up to $1,825 a year? Iced coffee is an excellent alternative to traditional hot coffee on a warm summer day.

If you’re looking for a great iced coffee recipe you can make at home, we’ve got you covered. From cold brew to iced mochas, we’ve rounded up a few delicious recipes for this summer using your favorite River Moon Coffee.

Cold Brew Coffee

Cold brew is for you if you’re not into hot coffee in the summer but still want that caffeine fix. Because it’s made with water chilled and filtered over time, cold brew has a smoother flavor profile and lower acidity levels. It’s also served cold, a refreshing change in the warmer months.

The process involves steeping coarsely ground beans in room-temperature water overnight or longer. You then strain out all those grounds when it’s ready. This method gives you enough to make several cups of cold brew weekly.

Ice Cube Coffee

It’s time to get your iced coffee on. The first step is to make a batch of iced coffee in a French press or traditional drip coffee pot. Next, cool the coffee to room temperature or in a fridge overnight.

Once the coffee is cool, you can add your desired ice cubes. If you prefer to add milk or sugar, you can add it to hot coffee. Pour over ice and enjoy.

Iced Vanilla Latte and Iced Vanilla Coffee

You’ll need espresso and an espresso machine to make the iced vanilla latte. If you don’t have these at home, you can still make a delicious, iced vanilla coffee version that is just as delicious. Start with a cup of espresso or coffee that has been chilled or cooled to room temperature. Next, add vanilla syrup or vanilla extract, milk, and sugar. Start with one teaspoon of vanilla and sugar, and add more as you like.

Mix the milk of your choice, vanilla, and sugar. Add ice and enjoy. You can also add whipped cream to the top for an extra treat.

Thai Iced Coffee

Thai iced coffee is a simple recipe, but it’s also delicious. The coffee has a rich, nutty flavor that pairs well with the sweetness of condensed milk. To make this drink home, you’ll need 2 cups of brewed coffee, five tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk, and ¼ a cup of evaporated milk or fresh heavy cream.

Once your coffee is chilled or cooled to room temperature, mix the two kinds of milk, add ice, and enjoy. This sweet treat is quick to make and tastes as good as a coffee house.

Iced Mocha

You’ll need some espresso or strong coffee, milk, whip cream, and chocolate syrup to make a mocha. First, brew the coffee as usual and then cool it in the fridge.

Next, add 2/3 a cup of milk. Stir in the milk and add ice cubes to your coffee. Top with whipped cream and chocolate syrup for a tasty, iced mocha at home.

Try These Iced Coffee Recipes Today

The summer is a great time to relax and enjoy the outdoors. But with so many things going on, it’s easy to head to the coffee drive-through and spend dollars a day on expensive coffee. So instead, save summer, save money by trying a delicious, iced coffee recipe at home.

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