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Celebrating National Coffee Milkshake Day

Celebrating National Coffee Milkshake Day

by Blair Roberts July 25, 2019

Tomorrow, July 26th, 2019 is National Coffee Milkshake Day, and we could not be more excited. Really, what’s not to love? A creamy, cool milkshake with a dose of caffeine sounds like the perfect treat to cool off on a summer Friday afternoon.

The recipes to celebrate this delightful holiday seem to be endless, so we took it upon ourselves to try the best of them. After the milkshake trials, we were left with three shakes that were creamy, flavorful, difficult to share, and simple to make:

  1. Classic Coffee Milkshake
  2. Hazelnut Mocha Milkshake
  3. Tiramisu Milkshake

Classic Coffee Milkshake

3-4 scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream
1/2 c. cold brewed High Cotton
1/4 c. heavy whipping cream
Blend and enjoy!

Hazelnut Mocha Milkshake

3-4 scoop chocolate Ice cream
1/2 c cold brewed Heritage Roast
2-3 T Nutella
1/4 c heavy whipping cream
Whip it up and sip it up!
 

Tiramisu shake (21+)

2 scoops vanilla ice cream 
2 scoops chocolate ice cream
1/2 c cold brewed premium Dark Roast
1/4 c heavy whipping cream
2 T brandy
Mix, sip, smile. Repeat.

 

Time to find a cute Southern glass and get shakin'!

If you have a favorite coffee milkshake recipe, leave it in the comments. We'd love to try it out!




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