11 Iced Coffees to Kick Your Caffeine Buzz Up a Notch
This boozy concoction from Griddle Cafe's Jo Kimberly is strong and sweet with just the right amount of edge. Get the recipe below:
Whisk together 1 cup strong hot coffee, 1 oz. bourbon, 1 tbsp. caramel sauce and ½ oz. banana liqueur until blended. Fill a tall glass with ice, and pour in coffee mixture. Add ¼ cup milk or cream. Garnish with caramel sauce and whipped cream, if desired.
CLASSIC ICED LATTE
All you need is espresso, cold milk and ice to whip up this fave without splurging at the coffee shop. Get the recipe HERE.
A riff on one of Starbucks' most popular Frappucino flavors, this drink gets its sweetness from brown sugar and maple syrup. The ice may cool you down, but the kick of cinnamon will warm your soul. Get the recipe HERE.
COCONUT COFFEE WITH CHOCOLATE-COFFEE DOUGHNUTS
Your eyes are not deceiving you. Chocolate-hazelnut-boosted coffee gets a healthy dollop of marshmallow whipped cream and graham cracker crumbs for the most magical of pairings. Get the recipe HERE.
SALTED CARAMEL AFFOGATOS
The contrast between the cold vanilla ice cream and the hot coffee mixed with the salty-sweet caramel will confuse your senses in the most delightful of ways. Get the recipe HERE.
No, there’s no rum in there (unless you want there to be, of course), but a healthy dose of raw sugar and fresh mint give it the essence of the classic tropical cocktail. Get the recipe HERE.
If you can’t swing a trip to Thailand, this might be the next best thing. Extra strong coffee gets a boost of sweetened condensed milk for a refreshingly decadent treat. Get the recipe HERE.
SKINNY BLENDED CARAMEL
You can have it all! This may look and taste decadent, but thanks to some smart swaps (like unsweetened almond milk), it’s actually only 50 calories per serving. Get the recipe HERE.
SPIKED VIETNAMESE ICED COFFEE
This drink mixes classic New Orleans chicory coffee with coffee liqueur for a double dose of rich flavor that’ll give you more than a caffeine buzz. Get the recipe HERE.