Iced “Special Coffee”

Taking Iced Coffee to Another Place...

Imagine an iced coffee drink that’s not watered down . . .

We very much enjoy working with our colleagues at BizLink Group.  They have inspired us to play in places we’d normally not be exposed to.  We fell in love with a slow-brewed coffee concentrate they turned us on to and helped create several applications for this product.

Iced coffee with a rich smooth taste, from an exclusive slow-brew, low-temperature method that ensures a smooth, rich and refreshing coffee flavor.  Simply add cold water, or other liquids for a multitude of delicious coffee beverage options. It makes for a refreshing coffee-cocktail made with cold brew coffee concentrate, coffee liquor, orange liquor, aged rum (or bourbon), shaken with ice until frothy and served in a rocks glass. Below are two recipes for you to enjoy.

In our continued collaborations with colleagues at BizLink, we offer the following recipes from our archives.  If you’d like more information on this product or how we might be able to serve your business, please reach out to Mark Graham at New Food Studio.

Iced “Special Coffee”

  • 1 ounce coffee concentrate
  • 2 ounces water
  • 1 ounce amaretto
  • 1 ounce triple sec
  • 2 ounces aged rum or bourbon
  • orange peel

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Directions

  1. Coat the rim on a rocks glass with cinnamon sugar, fill with ice.  Set aside.
  2. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.  Add, coffee concentrate, water, amaretto, triple sec, and rum or bourbon.  Shake until ice cold and frothy. Strain into prepared glass. Garnish with orange peel.

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“Shaken Not Stirred”
Iced coffee spiked with vanilla.

  • 1 ounce coffee concentrate
  • ½ ounce pure vanilla extract
  • 5 ounces water
  • coffee creamer

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Directions

  1. Coat the rim of an iced tea glass with sugar, fill with ice.  Set aside.
  2. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.  Add coffee concentrate, vanilla and water.  Shake until ice cold and frothy. Strain into prepared iced tea glass.  Serve with creamer of your choice on the side.

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