Iced Latte

I am a coffee addict.

I’ve tried to quit. I’ve suffered through the withdrawal headaches and general fooginess. I’ve gone months without. But the aroma of a fresh pot brewing always pulls me back in. I’m sure all the other coffee addicts out there will understand.

Although I need my coffee, it’s a little tougher to drink a hot cup in the summer, especially on those days where the humidity makes it feel like I’m walking through water. I’ve tried different ways of making a cold coffee, but this is the one that works best for me. Depending on how strong I feel like having my latte I’ll add one or two shots of espresso. If you want to sweeten the drink, I suggest adding sugar to the espresso before adding it to the cold milk so that it dissolves.

Iced Latte

  • 1 – 2 shots espresso
  • cold milk
  • ice
  1. Fill a tall glass with ice. Pour milk to till the glass is 2/3 full then add the espresso. Stir.



13 thoughts on “Iced Latte

  1. I am the same exact way… cutting down is not an option though, too delicious!
    ps followed so I can follow the cravings even after buzz dies!

  2. I’m going to try this today!! :-) If you took that picture – kudos! It looks awesome. :-) I’ll try to get a good picture of mine, but we’ll see.
    Also, I’m pretty handicapped around the espresso maker, so my husband will have to do that for me. Haha. :-)


  3. Hi everyone.. My name is Dangira and I am a coffee addict.. :))) I didn’t have coffee for 2 hrs already.. :D

    But after seeing this recipe I intend to have it in the afteroon again :))))

  4. Hello, i think that i saw you visited my website thus i came to “return the favor”.I’m attempting
    to find things to improve my website!I suppose its ok to use some of your ideas!!

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