Cold as Ice
Summer’s on the way and the temperatures are rising – and this means that it’s definitely time for iced coffee. The main problem with this stimulating refresher is that, as flavourful as it may be for the first few sips, it all too often devolves into an insipid mush as the ice melts and waters down the caffeine. A pro tip when making your own iced coffee at home: substitute ice cubes with coffee cubes. We recommend foregoing the drain and pouring the remaining coffee in your latest brew straight into the ice cube tray. Leave it for three hours in the freezer and you’ll have cubes that will keep your next iced coffee cold whilst giving it a constant injection of flavour.