8 creative cold brew recipes to try for summer

8 creative cold brew recipes to try for summer

Tired of your regular coffee? These cold brew recipes will refresh your caffeine routine this summer.

If you are someone who likes to get creative with their coffee from unique blends, brews and recipes, this is for you. Not only are these ways to make cold brew more interesting than usual at 8 a.m., they’re also a great refresher for hot summer days. These are recipes that go beyond the regular cold brew of vanilla.

Cold brew recipes for the summer

Cinnamon mocha cold brewed

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Nothing can go wrong with coffee when you mix cinnamon and chocolate. One of the simplest yet tastiest cold brew recipes, this one adds chocolate syrup with just a pinch of freshly ground cinnamon. The best thing about cold brews is that they are less acidic than regular hot coffee, so it’s ideal even for those who aren’t devoted coffee fans.

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Long Island iced coffee cocktail

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If you plan on having this first thing in the morning, we don’t recommend doing this. This is actually the caffeinated version of the very popular Long Island Iced Tea. It’s amazing, powerful and refreshing. Make cold brew by simmering coffee in water overnight, then you’ll need dark rum, vodka, tequila, gin, ginger ale, and lime juice. Serve it chilled for your house parties or house dates.

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Boba cold brew

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Have you ever imagined your cold morning brew with tapioca pearls? Fun and surprising, this cold brew recipe calls for coconut sugar instead of regular sugar to keep it healthy. Make a cold brew at night, add some milk, put some boba in it and voila

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Iced coffee lemonade

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Even though it sounds like an unlikely combination, be prepared to become addicted the moment you try it. This cold brew recipe believes in keeping it fizzy, so get your tonic water ready to add some sparkling goodness to your cold brew. Coffee purists may not endorse this recipe, but if you’re up for experimenting with your regular brew, this is where to start!

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Cold brew mocha frappe

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Cold brew coffee, creamy milk blend and decadent dark chocolate, what’s not to like? The twist in this recipe? Milk ice cubes. While your cold brew is brewing overnight, freeze fresh milk in ice trays and prepare it for the next morning. Mix coffee, milk ice cubes and dark chocolate syrup together and you’ll have a simple yet delicious coffee ready in no time!

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Lavender cold brew latte

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Photogenic and delicious, this cold brew recipe is a sweet summer treat that will never get old. Mixing honey instead of refined sugar makes it a health-conscious option that you don’t have to feel guilty about. You can make your own lavender syrup or get it from the store. All the ingredients come together beautifully in this drink, creating the perfect marble texture and mild floral finish.

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Cinnamon vanilla coconut cream cold brewed

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The coconut cream is the star of this recipe, aside from the coffee, which is made with vanilla, cinnamon, stevia, and Monk Fruit sweetener. It’s sweet and velvety, dairy-free and plant-based, so anyone can drink this drink. Vanilla and cinnamon are the best flavor enhancers that can happen to a glass of cold brew. All in all, this cold brew recipe is a win-win!

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cold brew martini

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This cold brew cocktail closes this list on a high note and is perfect for any girls night out or nightcap. It takes three ingredients: cold brew concentrate, coffee cream liqueur, and some vodka. Again, skip this if you plan on drinking it first thing in the morning, but later in the day, this is the perfect coffee cocktail to make.

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