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  1. My husband and I love iced coffee during the summer in Southern Quebec, but we’d never made it at home, your idea to make it at home will save us lots of dollars, as I noticed the price of iced coffee is higher than regular coffee.
    I will follow your recipe.

    • Tej

      Hi Alejandra,

      You can definitely save a lot of money by making iced coffee at home. Even where I live, I find that iced coffee beverages cost more than a regular cup of coffee.

      I’m glad you found the article helpful.

  2. stefano craba

    Hi Tej, that was a pretty cool post thanks a lot, but do you know where I can actually buy a keruig machine and how much would it cost more or less? you can use any kind of ground or does it need some specif one? I would love to try it out, I’m a coffee lover but I still need to discover this one; thanks again and keep feeding us with coffee news.

    • Tej

      Hi Stefano,

      I’m glad you liked the post. 🙂

      You can actually buy a Keurig machine from Amazon.com or any department store. Depending on the model you buy the price can range anywhere from $100 – $150. You can use any of the pods to make the iced coffee but some people prefer a bold flavoured KCup and some prefer flavoured KCups like French Vanilla. It totally depends on your preference.

      Hope this helps out and thanks for dropping by. 

  3. Hi Tej,
    Good article on making ice coffee, being hooked on Tim Hortons most of my ice coffee comes from there in the summer. I do love a coffee with milk and a touch of cinnamon in the morning.

    • Tej

      Hi Wayne,
      I know what you mean about being hooked on Tim Hortons. I usually visit there once a day on my way to work. 🙂

      Glad you liked the article. I appreciate you dropping by and for the comments.

      Cheers,
      Tej

  4. jessie palaypay

    I didn’t ever think about brewing a cold coffee from a Keurig machine. Does the temperature from brewing the coffee not melt the ice that is already in the cup. I can see myself using this method as oppose to buying a four pack of Starbucks from the grocery store.

  5. Thanks for the post! Iced coffee is the way to go, especially for people living here in AZ since it is constantly waaayyyy too hot here haha! Haven’t really tried this before, so thanks for the idea. Cheers!

  6. Daniella

    Hi Tej,

    Great article!

    I love coffee, but since I live in a hot country, I prefer to drink refreshing beverages. I have never made Ice Coffee with a Keurig machine. I will follow your tips, and I’ll tell you how it goes. I can’t wait to taste this delicious ice coffee!

    Thank you for this useful post!

    • Tej

      Hi Daniella,

      I’m glad you liked the article. I would love to hear how the iced coffee turns out.

      Cheers,

      Tej

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