Classic café style cold coffee for cooler summers

Imagine sipping a tall glass of cold coffee during a summer evening. Ah! How refreshing and soothing. Though cold coffee can be had anytime, still summer is the ideal time to enjoy and get refreshed with a tall glass of rich cold coffee with ice cream. Café style cold coffee is a frothy, creamy milkshake style chilled coffee.

Though it is easy to make, every time we see someone having cold coffee in a café, our mouth waters and we start to crave for the same. Cafes are in vogue today, but many of the older generations have grown up drinking the simple home style cold coffee made with milk, which was a hot favorite during the peak summer time and it literally doesn’t take much to make it.

Classic Café Style Cold coffee is literally re-energizing after a long day. Café style cold coffee can be made using instant coffee powder or the coffee decoction we get using coffee filters – either ways, it is supremely delicious. A perfect café style cold coffee is supposed to be not too thick, slightly sweet and creamy with the right amount of coffee which really gives energy and release of happy hormones.

For churning out a good café style cold coffee, all you need is good quality coffee like Rage Coffee, the right amount of sweetness (not much), a dash of cocoa powder and good quality rich, creamy ice cream and lo and behold.


  • 600 to 800 ml chilled milk (straight out of the fridge)

  • 100 to 150 ml cold brewed coffee or 2 teaspoons Rage Coffee

  • 2-3 teaspoons of sugar (optional)

  • 2 huge scoops of Vanilla/chocolate ice cream

  • 2 teaspoon chocolate syrup or a pinch of cocoa powder (optional)

  • Ice cubes plain or ice cubes made with coffee

How to make classic café style cold coffee:

Step 1: In a blender jar, blend together coffee, sugar, ice cubes, one scoop of ice cream and milk.

Blending coffee, ice cream & ice together

Step 2: Pour this frothy coffee in a tall glass and Top it with one scoop of ice cream.

Cafe style coffee at home

Add Chocolate syrup to level it up and you’re good to go!

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