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Pwelsh4 | Jul 21, 201712:46 PM     7

Hello there everyone!

So to get straight to the point, I was going to make some coffee ice cream for a friend of mine. However, me being me, I have looked at so many different recipes that I wasn't sure what is the best way to make it. I plan to make to churn in my ice cream maker and have an ice cream base already in mine but I just wasn't sure if I should use espresso powder, coffee, or cold brew (and in this case I have chameleon cold brew espresso). I planned to add some extra flavor to it like the usual vanilla or maybe chocolate but I was wondering if the cold brew would shine through better versus powder.

So you guys tell me what you think is the best route of action

Thanks

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