Easy and Delicious Iced BRCC Coffee

Usually, my only iced coffee treat is when I make a run to a popular big box store with a fancy coffee shop built inside, and I get to splurge on the way out. Somehow, savoring every sip seems impossible as its usually gone before I get to my car. That was until, a friend pointed me to this recipe. With only three ingredients (no one counts ice) it’s been my go-to ever since. Not to mention it’s much easier on the budget so I can save those dollars for more ammo on the range.

Recipe –

  • 1-2 cups brewed Black Rifle Coffee that is cooled
    (Usually this is left over from my morning brew)
  • 6-8 Ice cubes
    (More or less depending on your taste and mood)
  • 1 TB  Maple Syrup
  • ½ cup milk
    (Can also use heavy cream, almond milk, or creamer)

Directions –

Fill glass with ice and add cold coffee. Pour in the maple syrup and stir. Add the milk, stir and enjoy!

And whenever the hubs give me grief about my coffee addiction, I love to point out that I’m supporting Veterans working in the USA by drinking Black Rifle Coffee Company and not some mythical sea creature. If you want great coffee at a great price and to feel good about the company you’re supporting, shop here.

Note:  Shoot Like A Girl earns a small commission for products purchased through the Bass Pro Shops/Cabela’s links in this article, but would recommend these products without it!

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