Two very different drinks are combined to make this delicious summer beverage. The fizz from the soda mixed with the rich, full-bodied espresso equals a well-rounded finish. It has only been in recent years that coffee and soda have started crossing paths. There are many recipes using other types of sodas; however, cream soda is a great trial option as its flavors mimic some typical syrups used in coffee drinks. So, next time you’re craving coffee on a hot summer’s day, whip up this ice-cold concoction and let your cares melt away.
Cream Soda Cold Brew
Two very different drinks are combined to make this delicious summer beverage. The fizz from thesoda mixed with the rich, full-bodied espresso equals a well-rounded finish.
- Cold brew maker
- Ice for serving
- 6 ounces cold brew
- 6 ounces cream soda
- Fill a tall glass with ice and pour in the cold brew.
- Holding the glass at a slant, pour the cream soda into the cold brew, trying not to create toomuch fizz. Smile and enjoy the ride.
RECIPE TIP: To keep any cold coffee drink from becoming diluted, fill ice cube trayswith cold brew and freeze them. Use these cold brew cubes in your drink—as theymelt, they won’t dilute your coffee!
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