• Does the coffee really have an orange tinge to it or is it just the light? Looks nice in any case, although it would probably need some syrup for me to drink it!

    • Not really orange was just having problems with lighting. You don’t need syrup, it’s perfect the way it is. It’s only tea drinkers that need syrup in their coffee… 🙂

  • I’ve always had trouble making iced coffee ‘right’ but this looks like it’ll work a lot easier! Now just to find some space in the fridge…

    I love your ice cubes, too – where did you get them?

    • Thanks for all your kind comments about the coffee and the ice cubes! I think we got the tray as a gift but you can get similar ones here.

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    I love the ice cubes! Haha, that’s great! The coffee looks good as well!

  • I love coffee – I will drink this in summer and winter and spring and fall!

  • What wonderful coffee tips!! I love coffee. If ever I see or hear ‘coffee’ I would want to run and make one immediately! Can’t wait to make one now…haha. I have to wait for hot summer weather to drink this. My heart dropped when the weather man said that we are heading for blustery cold weather in the coming weeks 🙁 Guess we just have to keep warm and keep smiling 😀

    • Mary – Yup, the weather has turned a little bit – but it’s no where near as bad as I thought it would be from the reports, you never know we might get the odd day when it’s worth bringing out the ice!

  • This is the post for me! Thanks for all the tips – I love coffee but never really got into iced coffee. This is motivation enough for me though. Cute ice cubes and I must say, your photography has gotten better and better of late! Are you using a new camera by any chance?

    • Thanks Denise, yes I did get a new camera at the start of the summer, it’s helped me a great deal! You really should try Iced Coffee this way as it is very smooth, and tastes great! (Although I guess some folks might prefer more sugar!)

  • Lauren, I’ve just found your blog and it’s totally beautiful. I absolutely love your photography and your recipes/thoughts – gorgeous stuff! Amazing that you’ve managed to find some natural light sources in Scotland 😉

    This iced coffee looks wonderful. I don’t usually drink a lot of coffee, but thanks to my day-job have started drinking far more than I should. This should mix things up a bit, for me!

    I shall be back!

    Jax x

  • According to the pros, the ideal temperature for tasting coffee is at about 110 degrees, which for me is way too hot. My philosophy is that if you have a good cup of coffee, it will be good whether it is hot or cold. Only the cheap stuff is good when its hot and gets worse as it gets cold. I can’t wait to try your recipe!

  • So glad you made it – wish I had a batch made right now!! Thanks for posting a link back to my blog.

    🙂
    ButterYum