July 10, 2006

Summer's Here: Iced Espresso is Too!


Summer is definitely here, and I don’t know about you, but I’ve been pouring a few iced coffees recently – or I should say iced espressos. I usually do them into the Bodum Pavina Double-Wall Thermo-Glass 15 ounce glasses that stand up to the heat and the cold.

I pull two espresso shots and dump them into the Bodum glasses, add sugar, milk, then ice and stir. I usually add 2 parts espresso, one part milk, add sugar to taste and ice it until it’s cold. Yum! With an ESE machine, it’s easy, and it takes about 2 minutes. The flavor is impressive, and it's easy to do in the morning for yourself, or for guests.

While I tend to like a bit of espresso/robusta bite to my hot espresso, I tend to like cleaner 100% Arabica coffee for my iced espressos. For this I use something like either Illy Medium Roast Espresso Pods or BioAroma ESE Pods from Miami Espresso.

Enjoy the summer!

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Posted by Scott Martin at July 10, 2006 8:03 AM
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