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Cold Brew Coffee Recipes

Cold Brew Coffee Recipes

While Seven Miles Cold Brew Summer Blend is delicious on its own, there are a stack of other tasty ways you can serve it. Here are a few recipes we’ve tested that take can your cold brew game to the next level.


The whiskey-like intensity of cold brew concentrate is balanced by the richness of the cream. The pinch of salt helps bring the coffee flavour to life. It’s also virtually zero carbs – or so they tell me.

Cold Brew Macchiato

What You Need

  • Cocktail shaker
  • 60 ml cold brew concentrate
  • 30 g pure cream
  • Pinch of fine pink salt (or whatever colour you prefer)


  • Add cream & salt to a cocktail shaker
  • Shake well for 5 seconds to lightly aerate the cream
  • Pour cold brew concentrate in a small glass (90ml piccolo glass or 120ml gibraltar glass)
  • Float salted cream onto the cold brew over the back of a spoon to form clean layers
  • Drink through the cream for most delicious results


 The kids can have their caramel, malt or unicorn-themed milkshakes – this one’s for the grown ups. Less sweet than a typical milkshake, with lots of smooth coffee flavour and just generally…really tasty.

Cold Brew Milkshake


What You Need

  • Blender or milkshake mixer
  • 200 g (around 2 big scoops) vanilla bean ice cream
  • 140 ml cold brew concentrate
  • 140 ml milk


  • Add ingredients to a blender (or milkshake mixer)
  • Blend until smooth
  • Pour into a tall glass (400-500ml)


Frappes have been out of fashion since the 90’s. Perhaps this can turn things around. Every bit as thick and creamy as the classic-versions-from-unnamed-multinational-chains, but with a fraction of the sugar and without all the extra additives.

Cold Brew Frappe 1


What You Need

  • A blender that can crush ice
  • 200 g ice cubes
  • 160 ml cold brew concentrate
  • 140 ml milk
  • 60 ml pure cream
  • 1 tbsp (7g) rice malt syrup (or other liquid sugar)
  • ¼ tsp (1g) xanthan gum*


  • Add ingredients to a blender
  • Blend until the ice is smooth
  • Pour into a tall glass (400-500ml)
  • Top with whatever your heart desires, we used chocolate...


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