Summer Berry Cold Brew Coffee - Summer Coffee Recipes - Five Star Coffee Roasters

Coffee Summer is in full swing and what better way to cool down and enjoy the season than with a fruity twist on your favorite cold brew coffee?

This Summer Berry Cold Brew recipe cools you down while capturing the taste of sunny days. Whether you’re lounging by the pool, hosting a backyard BBQ, or simply taking a break from the summer heat, this refreshing summer cold brew coffee is your perfect summer companion.

Why You'll Love It:

 Fruity Freshness: The combination of creamy cold brew and mixed berry juice (blueberry, raspberry, and strawberry) is a burst of natural sweetness and a refreshing zing on your taste buds.

 Creamy Goodness: A splash of milk (or your favorite non-dairy alternative) adds a smooth and creamy texture, making every sip absolutely dreamy.

◦ Simple and Quick: Easy to make in just a few steps, this cold brew coffee is perfect for those lazy summer afternoons when you need a quick pick-me-up.

Get Creative:

Want to make it extra special? Garnish your glass with fresh berries for a beautiful, snap-worthy drink that’s as pretty as it is delicious. You can even freeze some berries into your ice cubes if you want to be a little extra (fun)! 😉

How to Make It:

  1. Fill a Glass with Ice Cubes (or cold brew cubes): Start with a tall glass filled to the brim with ice to keep your drink perfectly chilled.
  2. Shake It Up: In a shaker, combine 1 cup of cold brew coffee, 1/2 cup of mixed berry juice, and 1/4 cup of milk of choice. Shake well until it’s all mixed up.
  3. Pour and Enjoy: Pour your fruity coffee blend over the ice, garnish with fresh berries if you like, and sip away.

Pro Tip:

For the ultimate summer coffee experience, enjoy your Summer Berry Cold Brew Coffee outdoors while soaking up the sun, or share the love and make a batch for your friends and family at your next summer gathering.

Cheers to a berry wonderful coffee summer! 🍓

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