Coffee Drink Recipes

Red Velvet Frappé
Ingredients:
2 oz espresso or strongly brewed coffee 

5 oz milk 
1 tbsp cocoa 
1 oz red food coloring 
2 scoops vanilla ice cream 
1 cup ice
whipped cream to taste 


Combine espresso and cocoa, stirring until cocoa is dissolved. Put mixture in blender along with ice cream, ice, milk, and food coloring. Blend until smooth. Pour into tall glasses and top with whipped cream.

Cozy Cappuccino

1/3 espresso, try Wolfgang Puck's Espresso Forzuto, 1/3 steamed milk, and 1/3 frothed milk.

To layer the milk and espresso, it is necessary to allow the freshly frothed milk a moment to rest and thus separate (foam on top and milk on the bottom).

Brew the espresso into a 3 oz. stainless pitcher (ceramic or glass will absorb too much heat of the espresso).

Pour steamed milk into the bottom third of the cup. Pour the espresso slowly into the steamed milk.

Spoon frothed milk on top to fill cup. Done in this order, the espresso should settle between the milk and the foam.


Iced Coffee Drink

Fill your glass to the top with ice, then combine 1 oz. of your favorite syrup or combination of syrups (vanilla, hazelnut, caramel).

Add 1 cup of milk and 1/4 cup of cold coffee. For a little extra flavor try Jamaica Me Crazy or Hawaiian Hazelnut blends.

Stir well, then serve immediately for a flavorful iced coffee treat.


Keurig One Cup Goodness - Iced Coffee Drink

Add sugar to the cup before you brew. Brew the smallest amount you can into the cup, Keurig has a 4 oz. setting.

Insert a dark-roast coffee into your Keurig brewer. Try Wolfgang Puck's Breakfast in Bed K-Cup® Pack, or Jamaica Me Crazy for a tangier flavor. 

Fill a larger cup (16 oz. +) 3/4 with ice.

Pour milk over the ice and stir it up until it's cold. Use non-fat milk to cut calories.

Pour the coffee/sugar into the milk/ice. Remove some of the ice if it is too full.

Stir until the drink is cold and enjoy!

You can also use an insulated tumbler to shake it up and take it on the go!