Lavender Bliss Cold Brew Recipe - Allegro Coffee

Lavender Bliss Cold Brew Recipe

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Classic cold brew is a staple for us during the summertime, but everyone once in a while, we love to add a little splash of sweet to our brew. This Lavender Bliss Cold Brew is perfect for entertaining or just sitting on the back patio and taking 10 minutes to turn off your phone and relax. The simple syrup is… well, pretty simple! It takes about five minutes plus time to cool. Mix it all together and you’ve got instant bliss.

 

Ingredients: 

1 cup water
1 cup sugar
¼ tsp vanilla extract
3 tbsp dried lavender

3 oz. Cold Brew Coffee concentrate
6 oz. Milk or Alternative Milk

 

Directions: 

Step 1: Add water, sugar, vanilla extract, and dried lavender to a small saucepan over medium heat. Stir continuously until sugar dissolves and mixture begins to boil. Remove from heat and let cool.

 

Step 2: Strain out lavender and store simple syrup in a glass jar for up to a week.

 

Step 3: Add 1oz simple syrup, cold brew concentrate, and milk to a cocktail shaker. Shake. Pour over ice into a glass and enjoy!

 

 


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