Cold Drip Recipes
Cold Drip Recipes
Bocca Cold Drip Coffees are amazingly refreshing: with a lot of ice on a sunny day and a secret ingredient for cocktails!
Long Sparkling Cocktail
The Long Sparkling Cocktail brings a little bit of fancy to the table. Brazilian cold drip is the classic option and will be underlined by sweetness of molasses with a spark of CO for freshness.
Ingredients: Molasses, orange flavour essence, Sparkling water, Brazil Cold Drip
Preparation: Make molasses syrup by mixing 40g of molasses and 20g of water and 1 gram of Orange flavor essence. Add 20g of this syrup into a tall glass and fill up the glass with slashed ice. Fill up the glass with the cold drip so it is about 3/4 full. Top up with sparkling water. Garnish with orange peel and put a straw in.
Milky cold drip coffee is a great option for coffee lovers that like a bit of milky sweetness in their drinks. We suggest to use semi skimmed oat milk because its lighter body does not take away from the flavour experience. Amazingly, Ethiopian Cold drip is the best combination.
Ingredients: Semi skimmed oat milk, Ethiopia Cold Drip
Preparation: Fill up a tulip glass with regular ice cubes all the way to the top. Pour in 100ml of semi skimmed Oat milk an slooooowly add Ethiopia Cold Drip so the 2 liquids do not mix. No garnish needed.
The Old Fashioned is a cocktail made by muddling sugar with bitters, adding whiskey or rye and garnishing with a twist of citrus rind. Our Old Fashioned can be non- alcoholic because the Kenyan Cold drip has got beautiful black currant tones and the sweetness of light whiskey
Ingredients: Alcoholic: 30ml whiskey, 2 dashes Angostura bitters, 1 tea spoon white sugar, few dashes Kenya Cold Drip
Preparation: Put sugar in old fashioned glass and saturate with bitters, add a few dashes of Kenya Cold drip (one bottle will last for a few rounds) and muddle until dissolved. Put a big ice cube in the glass and add whiskey. Garnish with orange peel.