With Bavaria Dutch coffee, a ton of recipes can be made! For instance, this delicious mocha ice coffee. Made with our Santuario Dutch Coffee, which serves as a perfect base for an ice coffee.  An ice coffee can be a delightful addition to your breakfast, as snack or for on the go. Santuario has a powerful spiced taste. The coffee can be characterized by its deep rich taste of green spices and nuts. When considering to make this Ice coffee, freeze the bananas and coconut milk the night before. The taste is best when these ingredients are used frozen. After blending, taste if the ice coffee is sweet enough. If not, add a bag of vanilla sugar or two table spoons of honey. Without further ado, this is how you can make mocha ice coffee with Santuario at home! A special thanks to culinea.nl for the recipe.

What do you need?

  • 100ml of Batavia Santuario
  • 1 can (400ml) of coconut milk
  • 2 ripe (frozen) bananas
  • 1 ts of cocao powder
  • 2 ts of caramel syrup

How to make mocha ice coffee?

Step 1: Place the coconut milk in the refrigerator. Peel the bananas, cut them into pieces and place them in a plastic bag. Place the bananas in the freezer for at least 4 hours or just leave them there overnight. If you didn’t have time to freeze the bananas, add ice cubes to the recipe. If using ice cubs, first check if your food processor is capable of crunching ice.

Step 2: Take the coconut milk out of the refrigerator and gently scoop a couple spoons of thick mixture out of the can. Save the thick mixture for later. Place rest of the coconut milk in the blender.

Step 3: Add the bananas, coffee and cacao into the blender and mash into a thick smoothie. Divide over two glasses. Place the thick coconut mixture you left aside on top of the smoothie and add some extra caramel syrup. You can also add pieces of chocolate or chocolate sprinkles for extra flavor. Not a big fan of Cocos milk? In that case, use whole milk (300ml) instead.