Tuesday, July 7
Make Iced Coffee in 4 easy steps with the Iced Coffee Maker
I love iced coffee, but don't like how much it costs at the local coffee shops. I've tried to make it at home several times too, but I've never been able to make it the same. It always gets watered down about half way through the cup, so I add more coffee and well then it needs more creamer and then...well you can probably guess where I'm headed with this it's never ending cycle of adding more of each thing trying to get the flavor just right. So when I head about the Iced Coffee Maker from Zoku I was pretty excited about getting to try it out for myself. It truly is four simple and easy steps to making your own iced coffee at home. After placing the inner cup in the freezer overnight my cup was ready for me in the morning. I placed the insert back into the outer cup sleeve and was ready to get started. I brewed my usual pot of morning coffee and then added some into the cup leaving just enough room for my flavored creamer so I could have vanilla iced coffee. Once I was done adding coffee and creamer I placed on the lid and inserted the straw. After about seven minutes I had a nice cold glass of iced coffee that didn't even need ice! I couldn't believe how easy it was and how great it tasted all the way to the bottom of the glass. I actually drank it so fast that the inner cup was still cold enough I was able to even make a second glass. This is a great way to enjoy iced coffee (or other iced beverages) without the use of actual ice that will water it down.
Turn piping hot coffee or tea into a delicious chilled beverage in as little as five minutes. Don’t let ice dilute your favorite flavor, just store your stainless steel mug in your freezer, add it to the insulating sleeve, pour your beverage and snap the lid on tight. This travel mug is spill resistant with a sipping straw that makes it ideal for drinking on the go.
You can purchase the Iced Coffee maker through the Zoku website.