1957 Iced Coffee Recipe

Almost 20 summers before Starbucks started selling the Frappuccino, we published a recipe for our very own “Snow Capped” version of the mixed drink – along with a few other ideas to step up your iced coffee game. Yes, it might be all the rage right now, but a tall glass of chilled java isn’t all that new.

Since then, we’ve talked about the potential health benefits of iced coffee, rated the best bottled brews, and told you how to make it at home (for only 20 cents!). Now, here’s a look at how we’ve been making iced coffee…since 1957.

Recipe #1: Covered in Snow

Sammy Goldfin

In each glass, mix 1 cup of fresh regular strength coffee with 2 tablespoons of chocolate syrup. Add ice cream and cream. Garnish with whipped cream and add a little grated chocolate if desired.

Recipe #2: Top knot

Iced Coffee 2

Sammy Goldfin

To 1/2 cup heavy cream, add 1 tsp granulated sugar and 1/2 tsp cinnamon or a few drops of mint extract. Beat until it stays. Use to top iced coffee.

Recipe #3: Spicy

iced coffee

Sammy Goldfin

To 3 cups of hot double strength coffee, add 2 cinnamon sticks, 4 cloves and 4 allspice berries. Leave to stand for 1 hour then filter. Serve over ice.

This content is created and maintained by a third party, and uploaded to this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content on piano.io

About Jeffery L. Parker

Check Also

Try Vietnamese Coconut Coffee, recipe inside

Simply put, coconut coffee is coffee with a coconut flavor. In other words, the coconut …