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    Iced coffee

    Iced coffee is just cold coffee but we have grown fond of Tim Hortons iced coffee with cream which is a little sweet. We now make our own and we use sweetened condensed milk and it is very similar to what we get a Tim Hortons. We start with a cup of cold coffee, we add about a tablespoon of sweetened condensed milk, stir well then add water and ice. We have found that hot/warm coffee helps the sweetened condensed milk disperse better. Our Areopress coffee maker works well for this as it makes a condensed shot of coffee.

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    Are you making cold brew for this? I like the thought of condensed milk for a bit of sweetness. I made come cold brew a few weeks back and have a small glass every few days. I’ll have to give this a try and see if it’s just the sweetness I was looking for.

    thanks again!


    • Argoboy
      Argoboy commented
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      No we make hot coffee for this, if we plan we make it and let it cool off, today we made it using hot coffee from Areopress.

    Vietnamese iced coffee (cà phê đá) is basically what you are making, it is a hugely popular drink.


    • Argoboy
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      It seems popular here in hot weather too.

    I always put ice in my coffee if it is hot coffee. I usually rink homemade cold press, so I really never have to worry about. I hate how hot most coffee is. I wanna drink it! Not sip and burn my mouth!


      Aaaargh....Tim Hortons....I'll eat something dead off the side of the road first!!!!
      My family goes gaga over Ice Caps.
      I'll drink gear lube.


      • Argoboy
        Argoboy commented
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        Tim Hortons is ok for coffee but I think their donuts suck.

      • smokin fool
        smokin fool commented
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        I'm not a coffee drinker so my opinion means nothing, but my wife says she far prefers McDonalds coffee over TH

      My first complaint is there is no Tim Hortons near here for me to complain about.
      But we have Krappy Kreme, 🤮


        I saw a timely article on the another web site today on how to make your own sweetened condensed milk, it is made from skim milk powder, butter, sugar and hot water mixed in a blender, sounds pretty easy. As it is in life if a recipe has four ingredients we will have two or maybe three on hand.


          Tim Horton's was the second best thing about Canada. The best was poutine. Third was seeing a goose but I survived because it did not attack.


          • jakethesnake
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            goose.... you mean our "Cobra Chickens"


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