Amaretto Iced Coffee

Amaretto Iced Coffee

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Infused Recipes

Servings: 6-8 Servings
Prep time: 00:05
Cook time: 00:10

Iced coffee is a real treat for warm summer days, or for anyone that enjoys this refreshing beverage. When you feel that a hot cup of steaming coffee is too hot for sunny days, a Galaxy Gas Amaretto Iced Coffee is going to save your day. The best thing is that you don’t need to spend a pretty penny buying an iced latte from a fancy coffee shop. You just need four ingredients to make this delicacy. Apart from the basic four ingredients, you will also need an Espresso machine (for the real Starbucks taste), Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser, and Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Chargers. In this version of iced coffee, we have experimented with Amaretto. It has a unique and unmatched flavor that you can describe as toasted almond flavor. It may give some hint of apricots or cherries. The profile range from “nutty” to “sharp.” Amaretto goes well with coffee and other drinks.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Pour the Amaretto syrup in the heavy cream and fill it in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser. Charge with 1 Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake well to obtain the desired consistency.
  2. You can store this mixture for up to a week in the refrigerator.
  3. Place two scoops of vanilla ice cream in a glass, pour prepared espresso, and dispense the Amaretto cream on top of this mixture.

Tips

What is Amaretto? Is it a suitable ingredient for your iced coffee?
Amaretto syrup has a sweet taste that is often found in popular Italian liquor. Amaretto is often made from pits of apricots and almonds, with a hint of cherry. Amaretto syrup is a rich, luxurious addition to cookies, coffee, frostings, cakes, and other desserts. Use this amazing syrup, and you will crave more.
The nutty, sweet flavor of Amaretto reduces the bite of spirits and is most favorite Italian cocktail ingredient. Amaretto can be consumed on its own or can be paired with other liqueurs and coffee.
Although it has an Italian origin, it is produced worldwide today, with most of the production centered in the US and the Netherlands. It is an essential component of many popular shooters and cocktails. It is also a coffeehouse favorite where it is used in the creation of rich Italian-style coffees.

Iced coffee received fame when in 1995, Starbucks introduced Frappuccinos. This deliciously blended ice coffee drink combined frappe and cappuccino. During the recent decades, the demand for iced coffee has increased significantly as the new generations are inclined to consume coffee that is chilled.
Today, iced coffee constitutes espresso, and the coffee syrup is mixed with ice cubes (or ice cream) and milk. A stronger brew is often used to make iced coffee so that the taste doesn’t become diluted.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How to make iced coffee at home?
Making iced coffee at home is not a big deal. All you need to do is to brew a pot of coffee. When it gets cool, at room temperature, or in a refrigerator, you can pour it over ice cubes and ice cream of your choice. Top with cream of your favorite flavor. If you use a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser to whip your cream, you will get a great stable foam to top your iced coffee.
Is iced coffee good for you?
You can improve any iced coffee recipe by selecting the suitable substitutes of the listed ingredients. For a diet coffee, you can substitute fat-free milk in place of cream and make a sugar-free syrup.
Iced coffee does not contain any other unhealthy ingredients. It has all the goodness of coffee that you expect from a hot, steaming cup.
Are cold brew and iced coffee the same thing?
No, both are different!
Cold brew is obtained by mixing coffee grounds and water. They are left to sit overnight. The brewing process does not involve heat. That is why a cold brew is much stronger than iced coffee. It also retains its taste for a long time before turning acidic.
How can I make my homemade iced coffee taste the same as Starbucks?
If you own an espresso machine, you are good to go. 2 shots of chilled espresso in glass are enough. Another trick, store extra coffee in ice cubes and freeze it. Your iced coffee glass won’t dilute in taste at any stage. If you prefer a vanilla iced latte, then use vanilla syrup instead of Amaretto in this recipe.

Photo by Tabitha Turner