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I couldn’t love coffee more if I tried. I’m always coming up with different drinks I try and now that I make it at home most of the time, I am always looking to mix it up in a delicious way. I’ve been looking for ways to make my at home coffee experience more exciting with real, simple ingredients and natural flavors. Most of the coffee shops in our area are using Torani flavors so I bought some to use at home to make my own concoctions. A recent favorite recipe I came up with was for easy carbonated coffee. Follow along if it’s something you want to try!
What I love about Torani is there are SO many drinks you can make with the flavors. When I went to Meijer, I was able to save $1 on any Torani Syrups and Sauces with the coupon below. Make sure you search for the offer on Meijer’s coupon gallery and clip it to your card so you can redeem the next time you shop!
My recipe for carbonated coffee couldn’t be more simple. It combines the taste of coffee with the flavors of Torani’s Classic Caramel Syrup (I picked up S’mores and Vanilla too and those would be amazing as well), and adds an unexpected twist of carbonation that is not frequently seen in coffee drinks. I love how tasty and creative this drink is and I’ve been drinking it a couple times a week for iced coffee with a flair.
Easy Carbonated Coffee Recipe
- Fill a mason jar or large beverage cup with ice.
- Use pre-made iced coffee or use coffee concentrate to fill the cup 1/3 of the way to the top.
- Use about 0.5 oz of Torani Classic Caramel Syrup. You can use more too- go by taste.
- A can of cola mixer (found in your mixer aisle). The one I love has kola nut, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, vanilla, lemon-lime, & agave. I pour in half a can!
- Top off with a bit of almond milk or half and half depending on your preference
- Enjoy your caffeine buzz and delicious carbonated coffee!
My recipes are always simple and approximate. I think once you start pouring and tasting you’ll get the gist of what you are doing and you’ll find the best way to flavor and measure your ingredients.
This was super simple to make. Everything was very easy to find at Meijer! I’m already stocking my shelves with more Torani syrups so I can focus on making fall beverages a little more exciting in a few weeks here.
What are you doing to make your at-home coffee beverages more exciting? There are so many ways to make a delicious cup, whether you make it hot or cold. I should share more of my favorite recipe ideas soon!