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Topic: leftover espresso in iced coffee? (4 msgs / 57 lines)
1) From: Michael Burer
I recently got the smallest Bialetti Moka Pot from SM for an inexpensive way to get a cup of espresso. I usually drink two little monkey cups, but that leaves about that same amount in the pot. I hate to waste what I've brewed, so my question is whether this leftover coffee could be stored for use another way, like iced coffee. If so, how long will it keep? Any suggestions on an iced coffee recipe?
 
Many thanks in advance!
 
Michael Burer
Dallas, TX
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2) From: Seth Grandeau
Pour it hot over ice cubes and it should melt you down to a nice iced
americano.
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3) From: mvivit
Hi, Michael...
You can put the leftover coffee in a sealed container in the fridge or  
(for longer storage) into ice cube trays. Store the cubes in a nicely  
sealed container. My iced coffee is usually just coffee on ice, and  
the coffee-ice cubes keep the brew from watering down. You can also  
put some milk of your choice in a blender with the coffee cubes to  
create a slushy drink. Have fun!
Mary in chilly but beautiful Utah
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4) From: Sandy Andina
use it to soak ladyfingers for tiramisu
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