I used flannel coffee filter. 50 g of coffee powder brews 250 ml of coffee.
Put some ice cubes into a serving jug, and pour in the hot dripped coffee. Put the lid on and swirl the jug around.
If you let it cool down quickly, you'll get fragrant and transparent iced coffee. It's best increased by 100 ml.
It's best with freshly squeezed orange juice, but if you don't have it, store-bought orange juice is fine.
Prepare the iced coffee, orange juice and ice cubes. The orange is fresh, so adjust the amount of syrup to your tastes.
Put the orange juice and sugar syrup in the glass, then add the ice cubes!
Gently pour in the iced coffee to finish! Enjoy with heavy cream if you'd like.
Story Behind this Recipe
I tried making a new drink using iced coffee and orange! I took hints from recipes I found in books and on the Internet. You can make your original drink using fresh fruit, and that is something special about homemade drinks.
I chose medium-roast coffee beans to suit the refreshing orange juice. Citrus-flavoured coffee from Kenya goes perfectly well with orange. By adding the sugar syrup to the orange juice and carefully pouring in the coffee, you'll get two clear layers to enjoy.