Everyone loves a nice cold drink on a hot summer afternoon. Not all of us have the luxury of having a Starbucks or a Dunkin Donuts next to our house or workplace to quickly dash out and grab a nice cup of iced latte to quench our thirst. But hey, making an iced latte isn’t really that hard. All you need is some practice and soon you’ll be making iced lattes as good as the ones at Dunkin Donuts. Let’s take a look at the 4 Quick Steps it takes to make that Perfect Iced Latte.

1. Start with the Syrup:

We always start with the syrup. This is so that the other ingredients can take in the flavor of the syrup when we pour them over it. Just add a small quantity of the syrup to the bottom of the cup. Vanilla is recommended although you can pick out any syrup of your choice. Hence, it is always a good idea to have several syrups ready at hand in your house or at your workplace.

2. Add Milk:

Then we add milk to about two-thirds of the cup. You can use any milk of your choice – skimmed or unskimmed. Just make sure it doesn’t have too much cream as it will spoil the taste of the latte. You can also add sweetened milk if you like your latte sweet. Make sure that the milk hits the side of your cup when you pour it. This will ensure that it swirls well and automatically mixes with the syrup at the bottom.

3. Add Ice Cubes:

Then we add a few ice cubes to the cup. If you always find the latte to be too watery for your liking, we have a special tip for you. Instead of freezing water and making ice cubes out of it, simply freeze a batch of black coffee and prepare coffee cubes. This can be easily done using one of the many ice makers that are available in the market. http://www.perfecticemaker.com/ has all the information you need about these neat little machines. The coffee cubes lend the latte a strong flavor and make them taste less watery.

4. Add the Coffee:

Finally, you can top off the cup with black coffee. This will give it the final finishing touch and the unique latte taste. Insert a straw and give it just half a turn so that the 4 ingredients mix slightly. It is important not to mix it thoroughly as it will spoil the effect of being able to taste the individual ingredients as well as the mixed product in the latte.