In a blender, combine 1 cup of coffee, 1/2 cup Rumchata, 2 tablespoons of chocolate syrup, and 1 cup of ice. Blend until smooth and pour into a glass. Add whipped cream and a cherry on top if desired.
Looking for a delicious and unique iced coffee recipe? Try this Rumchata Frappachata Iced Coffee! It’s made with coffee, Rumchata, and ice cream, and is sure to be a hit with your friends and family.
Rumchata Cold Brew Recipe
For those of us who love both coffee and Rumchata, this recipe is a dream come true. Cold brew coffee with a hint of cinnamon and vanilla, all topped off with the creamy goodness of Rumchata? Yes please!
Here’s what you’ll need: -1 cup cold brew coffee (we like to use our homemade cold brew concentrate) -1/2 cup Rumchata
-1/4 tsp ground cinnamon -1 tsp vanilla extract Simply combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
Pour into glasses over ice and enjoy!
What Can You Mix With Frappachata?
FrappaChata is a coffee drink that can be enjoyed on its own or mixed with other ingredients to create unique flavors. When mixing FrappaChata with other ingredients, it is important to consider the flavors that will compliment the coffee base. For example, adding a sweetener such as honey or sugar can help to offset the bitterness of the coffee.
Milk or cream can also be added to create a richer flavor. Other popular mix-ins include vanilla extract, cinnamon, and Bailey’s Irish Cream. If you are looking for something truly unique, try mixing FrappaChata with fruit juices or even ice cream!
Does Rumchata Taste Good in Coffee?
If you’re a fan of sweet and creamy coffee drinks, then you’ll probably enjoy RumChata in your coffee. This liqueur is made with rum, cream, cinnamon, vanilla and other spices, so it has a rich flavor that can complement or enhance the flavors of coffee. You can add a shot of RumChata to your regular coffee or try one of the many recipes that combine these two ingredients.
For example, there’s the Dirty Chata Latte which combines espresso, RumChata and chocolate milk; or the RumChata Mocha which combines espresso, RumChata and chocolate syrup. If you’re feeling adventurous, you could even make your ownRumChata by infusing rum with spices like cinnamon and vanilla. Whether you buy it or make it yourself, adding RumChata to coffee is a delicious way to enjoy this popular liqueur.
What is Rumchata Cold Brew?
RumChata cold brew is a coffee-flavored liqueur made with rum, cream and spices. It was created by Tom Maas, a former bartender and author of The Spirit of Adventure: A Guide to Making Your Own Unique Liqueurs. RumChata is produced by the Wisconsin-based company Masterpiece Brands.
The key ingredients in RumChata are Caribbean rum, dairy cream and a proprietary blend of spices. The exact recipe is a closely guarded secret, but the flavor profile is reminiscent of horchata, a traditional Mexican drink made with rice milk, cinnamon and vanilla. RumChata cold brew can be enjoyed on its own or used as a mixer in cocktails.
It’s also becoming increasingly popular as an ingredient in desserts like cakes, pies and ice cream.
Why is My Rumchata Cold Brew Chunky?
If you’ve ever made cold brew coffee at home, you know that the final product can sometimes be a little…chunky. The same is true for cold brew RumChata! If your homemade RumChata cold brew is looking a little less than smooth, there’s no need to worry – it’s totally normal.
The reason why cold brew can turn out chunky has to do with the brewing process. When hot water is used to extract coffee from grounds, the resulting liquid is smooth and uniform in texture. But when cold water is used instead, the extraction process takes longer and can result in a slightly coarser final product.
So if your RumChata cold brew is looking a bit chunky, don’t despair – it’s still delicious (and totally Instagrammable). Just give it a good shake before serving and enjoy!
Ingredients: -1 1/2 cups Rumchata -1 cup coffee, cold
-3/4 cup milk -1/2 cup ice cubes -Whipped cream (optional)
Instructions: Blend all ingredients (except whipped cream) in a blender until smooth. Pour into glasses and top with whipped cream, if desired.