Click ~ Iced Vanilla Coffee

This is my entry for Click – Coffee& Tea , A monthly photography contest conceptualized by the jugalbandits , bee and Jai .

This delicious creamy iced coffee is a great treat , especially on a warm day.

Ingredients

(Serves 4)

2 1/4 cups of freshly brewed , hot , strong coffee

4 tablespoons sugar , tightly packed

2 vanilla beans, split

Whipped cream

Ground Nutmeg


Method:

1.Brew the coffee and pour in a cooling pitcher , Add sugar and stir until it dissolves.

2. Add the vanilla beans and Cool for at least 2 hours.

3. strain into tall cups and serve with whipped cream and a dusting of nutmeg

iced-vanilla-coffee

21 thoughts on “Click ~ Iced Vanilla Coffee

  1. Dee says:

    @jai .. it is a little difficult to drink , but i couldnt resist to buy them .. I paid 2 bucks for 4 of those … :)
    @ nags.. I thnk so it .. i thnk its the angle.. Im really not able to get the vertical shots right. however K cant see any fault in it :) It is a learning experience for me…

  2. Manisha says:

    Dee, there’s no rule that the picture must always be straight. Some of the most beautiful shots of tea, coffee, wine, cocktails, etc are at an angle. It depends on what you were going for. If you wanted this to be straight, you can always straighten it using photo editing software. If you don’t have Photoshop, try Picasa. It is free, easy and intuitive. It does a good job of basic fixes like cropping, straightening etc. Then once you start wanting more, move up to Gimp – it is open source and can do pretty much whatever Photoshop can.

    If I were you, I would tilt this some more. :-D

  3. DK says:

    More than the coffee here – I think that glass stole the show – it luks sooo good. I spent one good 10 mn admiring it….or is it that the coffee is the one making the glass look extra classy – either way they compliment each other well :) too well

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