Preparation: 28 hours

Cold Brew Mocha Ice Cubes Recipe

Keeping your coffee cool and chocolatey

by Lisa Thiele | August 17, 2016
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Grab some Starbucks® Cold Brew Coffee Pitcher Packs and try this easy-to-make recipe for Cold Brew Mocha Ice Cubes. Whether you want to keep your iced coffee strong, add a hint of sweet to your cold brew, or infuse some bold flavor to a glass of milk, these cubes are the perfect way to keep your favorite beverage cool.

01
Make cold brew by pouring filtered water over two Starbucks® Cold Brew Coffee Pitcher Packs.
02
Let steep for 24 hours.
03
Remove Pitcher Packs and add water.
04
In a pan, whisk together water, agave syrup and cocoa.
05
Bring mixture to a simmer.
06
Remove from heat, let cool and add cold brew.
07
Stir mixture, pour into ice cube trays and freeze.
08
Serve and enjoy.

Cold Brew Mocha Ice Cubes Recipe

Serves 5

Preparation: 28 hours

Watch how to make this easy coffee ice cubes recipe with a twist. We add cold brew and mocha, a perfect way to keep your favorite beverage cool.
Ingredients For Cold Brew Mocha Ice Cubes
    Makes enough for 1 standard ice cube tray
  • 1 cup water
  • ¼ cup agave syrup
  • ¼ cup cocoa powder
  • 1 cup Starbucks® Cold Brew (recipe below)
For Cold Brew
    Makes 6 cups
  • 2 Starbucks® Cold Brew Coffee Pitcher Packs
  • 7 cups cold, filtered water
Directions Make Cold Brew
Place 2 Pitcher Packs in a pitcher. Pour 4 cups of filtered water over the Pitcher Packs. Steep the brew in the refrigerator, covered, for 24 hours. Remove and discard the Pitcher Packs, and add in 3 additional cups filtered water.

Make Cold Brew Mocha Ice Cubes
Add the water, agave and cocoa to a heavy-bottom pan, whisking until combined. Bring to a simmer, then remove from heat. Let mixture cool completely. Add 1 cup Starbucks Cold Brew, stir and pour into ice cube trays. When frozen, remove from trays and serve with Starbucks Cold Brew.
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