The World’s Easiest Ice Coffee

A simple recipe for ice coffee found on
The World's Easiest Ice Coffee

Here’s a brilliant recipe for the world’s easiest ice coffee with condensed milk.

There is hardly an easier way to make a delicious ice coffee than with condensed milk. The milk gives a nice creamy flavor – like in the types of ice coffee that you buy from Starbucks or Baresso. At the same time, the condensed milk sweetens the coffee nicely and you can choose how sweet you want to make your ice coffee.

Once you’ve found the blend that agrees perfectly with your taste buds, you can make yourself a delicious ice coffee with condensed milk,  at a fraction of what you usually would have to pay at the cafes.

(Quantity: 1 glass)

A strong cup of coffee
1 dl [0,2 pt] whole milk
A glass filled with ice cubes
3 tablespoons condensed milk, or to taste
(Available in well-stocked supermarkets,
in Norway use Vikingmelk)


[1] Make the coffee and let it cool on the kitchen counter.

[2] Pour the ice cubes into a glass.

[3] Pour milk and condensed milk into the glass and stir thoroughly with a spoon.

[4] Pour the cold coffee into the glass. And stir thoroughly again.

[5] Server with a straw or a spoon.

Tip! The condensed milk has a tendency to sink to the bottom so  a straw or a spoon in the glass comes in handy, then you can stirr a little from time to time.