The concept of drinking coffee and drinking coke together is something I have been meaning to do for a long time.
While I can’t drink coffee alone or coke in a room, I can have a coffee and coke cocktail on my desk and have it work for me in a social setting.
If you are looking to add coffee and drinks together and are having trouble finding a recipe, this post is for you.
The coffee and soda combo is super easy to do and can be done with just two ingredients.
You will need a simple coffee and a soda, either plain or flavored.
I like to use plain so that my coffee gets to be as smooth as possible without any harsh flavors.
If the coffee is too sweet, you can add some sugar to make it a little sweeter.
The beverage is simple, and easy to make.
You can even add a splash of water or lemon juice to make your drink taste even better.
It’s definitely a good way to spend a lazy afternoon.
You can get the basic ingredients for a simple espresso cocktail by buying any basic espresso maker.
You may also want to check out the coffee and Coke cocktails at home section of my blog for more great ideas.
For this recipe, I am using a simple vanilla ice cream sundae from My Recipe Box.
I use vanilla ice creams for their rich and creamy texture.
You could also use regular ice cream, but I prefer my ice cream soft, chewy, and slightly sweet.
I recommend trying a few different ice creampys in different flavors to see which one works best for you and your drink preferences.
You might also want the optional whipped cream and vanilla sugar syrup to add a little more flavor.
You could also try adding some whipped cream to the ice cream and using it as the base for a caramel and coffee-based ice cream.
To make this simple ice cream cocktail, I use whipped cream, vanilla sugar, and a touch of cinnamon.
You want to taste the whipped cream before adding the coffee, and then add the coffee to your cocktail later.
You’ll also want a shot glass for your coffee drink, so you can have your drinks at the perfect time.
The basic ingredients are:1 cup of coffee 1 cup of plain (or flavored) soda or coffee (if you don’t have a soda machine)1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract1/4 cup of water2 shots of espresso mix1/8 teaspoon of salt1/3 cup of whipped cream or vanilla sugar (optional)For the ice cream:2 tablespoons milk 1/4 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 cup of white sugar (or agave)1 tablespoon of cream (or white coffee)1 cup sugar (whipped or plain)Directions:1.
Pour the coffee into a large glass or container.
Place the ice cubes in the water and stir to combine.
Stir in the vanilla and the soda.
Shake until combined.
Add the milk and sugar and stir well.3.
Pour into a shot glasses.
Add ice cream if you like and serve immediately.
Recipe Notes:I added a splash more sugar to my ice creamer to make my drink a little sweet, but you could also add a dash or two if you prefer.
This cocktail has an added bonus of a nice, light cup of warm water to bring out the flavors.