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Keep Cool With Coffee in Sudbury and Suffolk

Author: Nick Moore Published: 4th July 2016 09:53

 Sudbury Iced Coffee

Top Tips For Keeping Cool
Cool Coffee

I wanted a coffee fix but it was too hot by far.  I love the idea of a frappé and astonishingly had never had one before, my conclusion was that it was incredibly complicated and special machines were needed in it’s construction – how wrong I was, it is in fact quicker to make a conventional coffee and more refreshing in this climate.
What you need:

·      Empty coffee jar
·      Glass
·      Straw


·      Ice
·      Coffee – Nescafe Original
·      Sweetner or sugar
·      Condensed Milk
·      Cinnamon
1.     Put two teaspoons of coffee in empty jar with sugar/sweetner to taste.
2.     Just cover with water.
3.     Add three ice cubes.
4.     Shake like crazy.
5.     Add liberal amounts of ice into glass with condensed milk.
6.     Pour over shaken coffee.
7.     Sprinkle cinnamon on top.
Et Voila


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At 15:38 on 6th July 2016, eglington commented:
Do try Camp coffee - it's a liquid coffee sold in most supermarkets - just add milk and stir - for added deliciousness add a scoop of ice cream !

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