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Nescafe Cool Iced Coffee Box of 24 sachets 99p stores

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Found these today in the 99p store in Elephant and Castle.

24 sachets which can be mixed with milk or water to make Iced Coffee.

I love iced coffee, and I was excited to try them. They taste great mixed with milk. As iced coffee is usually really overpriced, I think these are well worth it at just over 4p per serving.
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#1
these are cheap for the price but its pretty easy to make your own iced coffee if you have the right equipment.
all you do is make 2 double espresso shots with an espresso machine, then in a blender put half a pint of milk and the same volume of ice. add the 2 espresso shots to the blender and blend until all the ice crushed and blended into the mix. add sugar to taste.

this gives you a drink that is very similar to what Cafe Nero call a Frappe latte or Starbucks sell as an iced Frappuccino.
if you want a more traditional "greek style" iced coffee 6-8 single espresso shots in a blender along with about 6-8 ice cubes in a blender, add sugar (about 1-2 tablespoons) and blend together.

both taste great but the frappe one is not too god if you are on a diet due to the milk content.
#2
Sounds good, and thanks for the advice, but I don't have an espresso machine.

I've tried making my own iced coffee before by just making sugary milky coffee and leaving it to cool in fridge. Never tastes that good and takes a while for it too cool.

Never seen this or any similiar products for sale in the UK. This one comes from Greece. And tastes similiar to the iced coffee I sometimes by in the chiller cabinets of Tesco & Lidl priced around 70p each.
#3
hot - will look out for these. Thanks
#4
steve_hn
Sounds good, and thanks for the advice, but I don't have an espresso machine.I've tried making my own iced coffee before by just making sugary milky coffee and leaving it to cool in fridge. Never tastes that good and takes a while for it too cool. Never seen this or any similiar products for sale in the UK. This one comes from Greece. And tastes similiar to the iced coffee I sometimes by in the chiller cabinets of Tesco & Lidl priced around 70p each.

it wonts taste as good as the coffee (as with anything) looses its flavour as it cools. thats the reason you need an espresso strength coffee.

if you dont have an espresso machine you can buy instant espresso coffee (Nescafe instant espresso is pretty decent).

http://www.nescafe.co.uk/CoffeeCupboard/super-premium/nescaf-espresso

just make up the desired amount, it tastes almost as good as an espresso from a machine if you are making iced coffee. the reason you need espresso coffee is down to the intensity needed to not get lost when you are mixing with milk and ice as a standard instant coffee does not have the intensity needed to give a good coffee flavour once blended.


Edited By: joffa81 on Jan 31, 2011 23:53
#5
great - thanks
#6
i bought some of these a few weeks ago... they dont taste that nice
#7
Stick them (once mixed with milk) in the microwave, lovely.
#8
joffa81
these are cheap for the price but its pretty easy to make your own iced coffee if you have the right equipment.
all you do is make 2 double espresso shots with an espresso machine, then in a blender put half a pint of milk and the same volume of ice. add the 2 espresso shots to the blender and blend until all the ice crushed and blended into the mix. add sugar to taste.

this gives you a drink that is very similar to what Cafe Nero call a Frappe latte or Starbucks sell as an iced Frappuccino.
if you want a more traditional "greek style" iced coffee 6-8 single espresso shots in a blender along with about 6-8 ice cubes in a blender, add sugar (about 1-2 tablespoons) and blend together.

both taste great but the frappe one is not too god if you are on a diet due to the milk content.


easy lol

OR

buy sachet, tear open, pour in a mug & add milk/water, stir and enjoy.
#9
Eurgh, I can never understand why people would drink coffee with ice. YUK!
#10
just put any kind of coffee with a bit of water into a shaker and allow space for the froth, shake, pur in a glass, and add water, ice and/or milk and there you have a frappe, preferably drink on sunny (since there are no warm) days!
#11
shame, no 99p store near me. love this ice coffee
#12
likewise. I absolutely love this stuff. I was gutted when Nescafe Frappe was discontinued in supermarkets. I just can't justify driving 20 miles for some and they may not have it in stock.

I'd gladly pay some good samaritan for these plus postage and a couple of quid extra to post some to me :) but I'm not getting my hopes up on that one.

Voted Hot.
#13
try making iced coffee with camp coffee just put milk and camp coffee in a shaker and mix together

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