Yield
Makes about 8 cups

How to Make It

Step 1

Process half of first 5 ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour coffee mixture into a large pitcher. Repeat with remaining half of first 5 ingredients, and pour into pitcher. Stir half-and-half into coffee mixture, and garnish, if desired. Serve immediately.

Step 2

Note: For testing purposes only, we used Kahlua for coffee liqueur.

Ratings & Reviews

Tiffany3607's Review

Jane00
October 13, 2010
Blegh, watery and tasteless. I'd rather pay $8 at a restaurant for a better drink.

Jane00's Review

CookingCrazy
August 10, 2009
Someone was asking what kind of liquor to use with tea. There is a green tea Zen liquor that is good. I haven't tried this recipe, but plan to.

CookingCrazy's Review

Tiffany3607
July 12, 2009
Would anyone have any idea what type of liqueur I could use if I made this with brewed tea. No one in my family drinks coffee, but we all enjoy tea, both hot and cold. This sounds really cool and refreshing, but I have no idea what to use in place of the Kahlua. Any ideas out there?

NicoleBauer's Review

NicoleBauer
July 10, 2009
Make this recipe with chocolate milk (more flavour and less calories) and ice cubes made from leftover cold coffee, it will not be watery when it melts. All my friends say it's better than Tim Hortons!