Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Iced Coffee with a Twist

San Francisco is a food and drink mecca in the U.S., and even something as banal as an iced coffee can be turned into a delicious work of art there. In particular, Philz Coffee  makes a drink called a "Mint Mojito Iced Coffee", which was perfect for the whole five days it was hot when I lived there.

Unfortunately Texas does not have a Philz, and could stand to have a good iced coffee waaaay more than SF. Thankfully this drink is pretty easy to replicate at home though! Only the following ingredients are required:
  • Coffee
  • Ice
  • Milk
  • Sugar
  • Mint
I only put a little sugar in, but make it to your taste. Enjoy anyone who is still experiencing 80+ degree weather!


  1. That sounds fantastic. I'll have to give it a try tomorrow!

  2. This may be the one time I've looked at iced coffee and thought it looked appealing.

  3. mm sounds good!

    xo Jennifer


  4. I never get this fancy when I make ice coffee for my customers at work, but you've inspired me to experiment.

  5. Also, it's incredibly weird the ice coffee is in a paper cup. I'm to adapt to seeing it in plastic cup. It's the one differentiating factor between hot and cold drinks!