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Shake It 'Til You Make It: A Guide to Crafting the Perfect Shaken Coffee!

Updated: Aug 24, 2023

Master the art of Shaken Coffee with step-by-step instructions and expert tips.


Hey there! We're back to exploring the wonderful ways of consuming coffee in Italy. Today's drink isn't usually something you'd have for breakfast, but it's a great alternative to the classic espresso when the weather is hot and sunny - it's called shaken coffee!


HOW IS IT PREPARED?


Ingredients: coffee, ice, liquid brown sugar - it's not an ingredient, but for this recipe you need a shaker (those containers the barmen use to make your cocktails) and a Martini cup.


  • Before making coffee, put the Martini cup in the freezer to cool it down.


  • Fill the shaker with a dozen ice cubes and add liquid sugar, the right dose for one person corresponds to a teaspoon for coffee (if you like it sweeter obviously you can put more but... watch out for diabetes though! ).

shaken coffee italian style - making an espresso

  • Make an espresso (make sure you choose a good coffee for this recipe! ).


  • Pour the coffee into the shaker and shake it vigorously.


  • Place the strainer (that kind of drink filter that is usually sold with shakers) on the Martini cup. As an alternative to the strainer, you can use a spoon to block the ice inside the shaker.


  • Pour the contents of the shaker into the Martini cup and enjoy the result!


We hope you enjoyed our blog article about how to make the perfect shaken coffee. We hope you've learned how to make it for you and others!

Now that you know how to make the perfect iced coffee, you only must decide what kind of coffee works best for you. You can find some awesome coffee and espresso options on our site. Browse through our site and take your time to find the perfect coffee that you'll love! Thank you for reading, we hope you come back soon.




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