1Add sugar, vanilla and spices to the hot coffee. Taste for sweetness and add sugar and spices if needed.
2Pour coffee in to two or more sections of an ice cube tray and place in freezer. Place the remainder of the spiced coffee in the refrigerator.
3Once coffee has frozen and chilled, place the ice cubes in a tall glass and pour coffee over. To create a “layered effect,”float a spoon on top of the coffee and pour milk into spoon until it overflows to the desired level.
Iced coffee is a great way to get your morning boost on a hot summer day. But unless you remember to cold-brew it the night before, you usually end up with a cup of coffee that's been watered down by melting ice cubes. In this tip John Birdsall of CHOW.com shares three simple tricks to get quick iced coffee any time you want.
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