Iced Mexican Mocha
Ice mocha made with cold brew coffee concentrate gets a Mexican-inspired kick with a dash of hot sauce.
7.1.17 I think this is one of those recipes that you can adapt the sweetness and spiciness to suit your personal taste. I added more chocolate syrup and more hot sauce (I like that little zing that surprises you). You can taste layers of flavor in this iced coffee, without one dominating. And it just doesn’t get much easier than this. Very refreshing and nutritionally friendly, as well. This reviewer is an Allrecipes Allstar. Allstars are loyal community members selected to be brand ambassadors based on onsite participation, interest, and commitment. Allstars may be compensated for the participation in the Allrecipes Allstar Program.This reviewer is an Allrecipes Allstar. Allstars are loyal community members selected to be brand ambassadors based on onsite participation, interest, and commitment. This Allstar has been compensated for participation in the Allrecipes Allstar Program.
I like chocolate and chili so I thought I'd give this a try. tasty drink. I added more chocolate and had a little whipped cream leftover so topped it with that. This Allstar has been compensated for participation in the Allrecipes Allstar Program.
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