Heat drives anybody crazy, except people prepared. A real coffee lover always knows how to quench his thirst by adding a little coolness to his favorite drink and a couple of other ingredients to make the usual coffee taste more exotic.
Let’s forget for a moment that in Eastern countries, people are used to drinking strong, hot coffee from freshly roasted beans, even in the heat, and see some unusual coffee cocktails you could drink on a hot day or during a party.
This drink gains popularity due to its stunning taste and simple way to make it. Make 200-250 ml of strong black coffee. Blend 200 ml of skimmed yogurt, 1 banana, and a handful of fresh berries you like. Add a pinch of cinnamon and cocoa. Pour all the ingredients into a high glass and decorate the drink with cream.
Coffee Cocktail With Donuts
It’s one of the simplest and most delicious coffee beverages. It takes just a few minutes to make it. You need a glass of iced coffee, a glass of vanilla ice cream, 2 glasses of coffee ice cream, and a couple of donuts. If you wish, you can add sugar and cinnamon. All ingredients are blended and poured into high glasses. If you are willing to have a fine aftertaste and aroma, you’d better pick up Best Coffee for Cold Brew as it can keep all its properties for a long time even after a cold brew.
Mint Chocolate Coffee
You will need 300 ml freshly brewed natural coffee, 50 g of bitter chocolate, 3 tablespoons of mint syrup of liqueur, and 100 g of ice cream. Brew coffee and melt chocolate in hot coffee. Cool this mixture for a while and add 50g of ice cream, mint syrup, and a few ice cubes. Blend everything.
Pour into glasses and sprinkle with corn snow, add 50g of ice cream, putting it with a nice ball. Before serving, you can decorate the cocktail with a mint leaf, grated chocolate, cinnamon, or mint syrup.
This cocktail requires some more time and more steps before you are ready to enjoy it. That’s why you had better make it for a large crowd of friends. To make this cocktail, you need freshly-squeezed orange juice from 2 oranges, orange peel (slices), 1 glass of water, 1 glass of sugar, 4 glasses of cold coffee, and 1 glass of whipped cream.
Put orange peel slices in a cooking pot with water and sugar. Boil everything for 5 minutes. Remove the orange slices, cool the syrup and orange juice with coffee and syrup. At this stage, you can add whipped cream or leave it for later to decorate your drink. Pour orange coffee into high glasses and sprinkle with corn snow. Decorate the beverage with a slice of orange.
Tea and Coffee Cocktail
When these two drinks are combined in one glass, you will get a burst of energy and new taste. Brew tea (you can use any way you like) and add sugar. Make coffee. Pour sweet tea into the glass and add coffee.
The proportions of tea and coffee may vary to taste, but coffee should not prevail. Usually, a cocktail is made in the proportions of 1:1 or 2/3 of glasses filled with tea, and the rest one is coffee. You can add a few ice cubes in the beverage.
You will need 100 ml of coffee, 70 g of ice cream, 20 ml of cream, and 30 ml of sour cream. Make coffee and cool it down. Put ice cream in a broad cocktail glass.
Pour sour cream, and then add coffee. Decorate with whipped cream. The cocktail is thick, so you need to drink it through a straw. Depending on the type of ice cream, you can get a new taste of drink every time.
Ginger Coffee Cocktail
Grind ginger. Make coffee. Blend 150 ml of coffee, 50 ml of milk, red ground pepper, and ginger to taste. Pour everything in a glass. You can decorate it with mint or cinnamon. The recipe refreshes more than ever, and you will have a pleasant aftertaste and great energy potential.
When we think about an alcoholic coffee cocktail, the first beverage that comes to our mind is Irish coffee. Pour 45 ml of high-fat cream into a bowl and whisk it for a few minutes. Pour 120 ml of hot Americano into an Irish coffee glass, 15 ml of sugar syrup, and 45 ml Irish whiskey. Mix with a cocktail spoon and use it to lay whipped cream.
Pour 50 ml of cold espresso, 10 ml of vanilla syrup, 20 ml of coffee liqueur, and 30 ml of vodka 30 into the cocktail shaker. Fill the shaker with ice cubes and shake. Pour the liquid through the strainer into a cooled cocktail glass and decorate with coffee beans.