Updated on February 09, 2023 - 3 min read

The usual order of a steaming hot coffee isn’t exactly what comes to mind during the warm summer months. Yet, for true coffee lovers, staying caffeinated is still a priority! Fortunately, there are many ways to enjoy your daily brew even when the sun is beating down.

In this blog, we will show you three ways you can enjoy refreshingly chilled coffees during those scorching days. And the best part about these recipes is that you’ll still be able to appreciate the full flavour profile specialty coffee is famous for.

Iced Long Black



  • Dose: 21g
  • Yield: 38g
  • Time: 27-32 seconds


Prepare the base by filling the glass with ice and add 50g of filtered water. As per the recipe, grind your Daddy’s Girl coffee beans into the portafilter and gently tap the sides to create an even coffee bed. Pull a double espresso and add into the base and voila!

In this refreshing coffee, you can expect to find notes of mellow caramel and sweet chocolate milk. Daddy’s Girl also has a mild acidity which is ideal for this ice long black recipe.

Iced Latte



  • Dose: 21.5g
  • Yield: 38g
  • Time: 30-36 seconds


Pack the tall glass with ice and pour in the milk until the glass is almost full. You’ll need to leave a bit of space for the espresso. Following the recipe above, grind your Lucky Boy beans once again ensuring that the coffee bed is flat with a few gentle taps to the side. Pull a double espresso and add it to the tall glass. Give your iced latte a good stir and enjoy your brew with a straw!

Lucky Boy is great as espresso, but the coffee’s profile really shines when combined with milk. In your frosty iced latte, you’ll find sweetness, subtle orange acidity, and a creamy body.




  • Dose: 320g
  • Yield: 2L
  • Time: 12-24 hours


Begin by pushing the rubber stop into the base of the bucket. Dampen the felt filter and insert it into place inside the brewer. Open the paper filter and insert into the brewer.

Weigh and grind 320g of coffee coarsely. Tip the coffee into the paper filter and pour 2L of cold filtered water over the coffee. Stir gently to ensure the coffee bed is completely saturated. Be careful not to tear the filter paper - it can be delicate! Place a plate on top of the bucket and allow to brew for 12-24 hours.

Sit the Toddy brew container on top of the carafe and remove the rubber stopper. Let the coffee pour down into the carafe, then remove the paper filter and coffee grounds. Be sure to clean the felt filter and store it in an airtight container in the freezer.

Serve in a tall glass full of ice. Oh so refreshing!

It’s well worth the wait when brewing with the Toddy Cold Brew System. The beauty of the toddy is that it can make a big batch to serve a bunch of friends and family at your next gathering. Or, if you want all that coffee goodness for yourself, it can be stored in the fridge for up to two weeks!

Wild Child Organic Espresso features a smooth and sweet flavour profile with notes of pear, honey, toffee and dark chocolate.

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