Ever since I enjoyed that first sip of sweet, creamy coffee with a hint of spice. I have been hooked. Brew HaHa (A local northeastern coffee chain across the Brandywine Valley) has by far the best Thai Iced Coffee, I have ever had. For years I tried to figure out why it was so darn good. Theirs lacked the bitterness I found in others.
I googled and hounded pinterest for the perfect recipe. No luck. Like the three little bears and porridge, something was always slightly off.
I finally got the nerve to ask a barista one day. What is that spice? Thinking that had to be the difference. Cardamom. Nope, all the recipes have cardamom, so that couldn’t be the secret.
Thankfully, my mother-in-law was able to provide the key. She was purging her plethora of unique kitchen gadgets and gave us a cold brew coffee maker. That was the key. Perfectly created, cold brew coffee.
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Now that you have your cold brew coffee, onto the recipe.
Disclaimer* This isn’t Brew HaHa’s exact recipe, just my version that I think is pretty darn close!
Ingredients: (Makes 1 iced coffee)
5 Ice cubes
1 1/2 cups of cold brew coffee made with your awesome brewer. (We let water sit with the grinds for 24 hours in the fridge.)
1/2 cup Natural Bliss Sweet Cream coffee creamer
1/2 teaspoon of cardamom spice I used this version.
2 teaspoons of simple syrup
1. Place the ingredients in the glass as listed above and mix with a spoon. Grab a cute straw and enjoy!
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