Now that the temperature is starting to rise and sun is starting to shine, we realize that you probably can’t wait to celebrate spring with a fresh ice coffee! Our Santuario can be made extra special with this recipe. The bean is grown in the Cauca region of Colombia. This single estate Arabica coffee belongs to the red bourbon Caturra variety. The Santuario has a powerful, spiced taste and acidity. Santuario coffee is generally liked by fans of strong espressos. It is the perfect base for a classic ice coffee. With the refreshing taste of orange and spicy after flavor of cinnamon this drink is perfect for a bright spring day! Without further ado, this is how you can make fresh ice coffee with orange and cinnamon yourself! Thanks to

What do you need?

  • 100ml of Alpro almond milk (unroasted)
  • 70ml of Colombian Santuario
  • 4 ice cubs
  • ½ orange
  • 2ts cinnamon
  • a blender

How to make this fresh ice coffee?

Step 1: Place the almond milk, the Santuario, the ice cubes and cinnamon in the blender. If you use roasted almond milk the taste will be a bit sharper. If you want a bit more of a sweet taste, you should use regular almond milk.

Step 2: Rasp a half orange and add the rasp to the ice coffee

Step 3: mix all ingredients and serve right away. Additionally, you could a bit of cinnamon on top.

Tip 1: Allergic? The almond milk can be easily replaced by soya milk, oat milk or cow milk. Do you have a sweet tooth? Add a table spoon of sugar and some ice cream on top.

Tip 2: Time for a cocktail? This recipe can be effortlessly transformed into a coffee cocktail by adding 50ml of rum or replacing the almond milk with 50ml of Baileys!