Looking forward to summer? Long evenings on a terrace, delicious afternoons on the beach, sunny mornings in the garden? Sounds perfect doesn’t it? However, warm days like these can make you feel like longing for something refreshing like a nice cold glass of coffee! But how to turn that glass of ice cold coffee into something a little bit more special like a tasty dessert or a tasty cocktail? A tropical cocktail cannot be skipped in the line of delicious cocktails already shown with Batavia Dutch Coffee (see the rest of the recipes for more). That’s why Culinea.nl made this delicious Caribbean Ice Coffee with Yirgacheffe, rum and whipped cream! This Caribbean ice coffee is a cocktail that will taste delicious on a hot summer evening after a dinner. Nice with a tropical spark of the brown rum. Just take a few hours in advance to make this Caribbean ice cream because the cold drip coffee must be frozen. This cocktail is guaranteed an absolute hit this summer! Curious about this delicious recipe? Read on!

 What do you need?

  • 1 bottle (350 ml) Batavia Dutch Coffee Yirgacheffe
  • 60 ml dark rum
  • 4 tablespoons agave syrup
  • 200 ml whipped cream
  • 2 tablespoons of vanilla sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon of ginger powder
  • 1 bar of mocha coffee powder

How to make this Caribbean Ice Coffee?

STEP 1 Pour the Yirgacheffe cold drip coffee into an ice cube mold and put it in the freezer for about two hours.

STEP 2 Stir the whipped cream (not very stiff) together with the vanilla sugar and ginger powder.

STEP 3 Just before serving, remove the coffee ice cubes from the freezer. Put the ice cubes in the blender.

STEP 4 Add dark rum and agave syrup and mix it all together.

STEP 5 Pour the cold frozen coffee mixture into two cocktail glasses.

STEP 6 Spoon the whipped cream on top and sprinkle it with some mocha coffee powder.