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Iced coffee recipes from around the world

  • In the typical Swiss fashion, the recipe we found for Swiss iced coffee calls for a bar of chocolate. Mix that with a little cinnamon, some heavy cream and some ice cold coffee and you will be flying high as the Alps.iStock

  • The recipe for Hawaiian Iced Coffee is perfect for a hot summer day or some quick relief from tropical climates. Just add a festive mini umbrella and you've got yourself a luau.   iStock

  • Our recipe for Thai iced coffee contains a savory blend of coffee beans and cardamom. The aromas alone are enough to make you drool.iStock

  • Our recipe for Japanese Iced Coffee, developed by Josip Drazenovich of iconic New York coffee roaster Dallis Bros. Coffee, is a really easy recipe for a home brewer to make in the comfort of his or her own kitchen. Josip Drazenovich

  • Our froth-fueled recipe for Greek iced coffee is great for a simple summer pick-me-up. It tastes even better if you picture yourself staring out at the Mediterranean from the cliffs of Crete.iStock

It's time to make the much anticipated yearly switch from hot coffee over to iced. In celebration of your transition from styrofoam cup to clear plastic drink domes, we've collected some of the world's yummiest and strangest iced coffee recipes. So grab your straw and a cold cup and get ready for summer.

Japanese Iced Coffee

Inspired by Japanese style iced coffee, which utilizes a hot brew method (instead of brewing coffee hours before and letting it sit), this recipe doesn’t require all the fancy coffee gizmos not everyone has, and it yields a great cup of iced coffee. The recipe, developed by Josip Drazenovich of iconic New York coffee roaster Dallis Bros. Coffee, is a really easy recipe for a home brewer to make in the comfort of his or her own kitchen. 

CLICK HERE FOR A RECIPE FOR JAPANESE ICED COFFEE

Greek Iced Coffee

This froth-fueled recipe is great for a simple summer pick-me-up. It tastes even better if you picture yourself staring out at the Mediterranean from the cliffs of Crete. The recipe only calls for a few ingredients, but when you shake them together you get foamy iced coffee perfection.

CLICK HERE TO SEE A RECIPE FOR GREEK ICED COFFEE

Thai Iced Coffee

This recipe contains a savory blend of coffee beans and cardamom. The aromas alone are enough to make you drool. A special tip: Make sure to brew the coffee extra strong so that it is not diluted with the ice and cream.

CLICK HERE FOR A RECIPE FOR THAI ICED COFFEE

Swiss Iced Coffee

In the typical Swiss fashion, this recipe calls for a bar of chocolate. Mix that with a little cinnamon, some heavy cream and some ice cold coffee and you will be flying high as the Alps.

CLICK HERE FOR A RECIPE FOR SWISS ICED COFFEE

Hawaiian Iced Coffee

This iced coffee recipe is perfect for a hot summer day or some quick relief from tropical climates. Just add a festive mini umbrella and you've got yourself a luau.   

CLICK HERE FOR A RECIPE FOR HAWAIIAN ICED COFFEE