Hi peeps, I want to ask you guys about How To Make Dunkin Donuts Iced Coffee – How do you balance out the cream in a coffee? Today, I bought a Dunkin Donuts Iced Coffee. When I took a sip of it, I tasted more cream. How do you balance the coffee out to make it taste like iced coffee without too much cream, or too much sugar, or too much water.
Here is what a friend of mine think:
I hate the fact that Dunkin puts the cream in the coffee for you. I hate a lot of cream in my coffee. Even if you tell them to only put a ‘teaspoon’ of cream, they’ll still put too much cream in the coffee. There’s no way to get them to actually measure the amounts of cream as the coffee/cream comes out of an automated coffee/cream dispenser.
What I do is ask for regular coffee, no cream. I ask them to hand me a single tub of cream … I add the cream myself. Not a fan of coffee tasting like milkshakes. I only require a teaspoon of cream in my coffee to balance it out.
Same goes for sugar. Theres a specific way I like my coffee and teas and as of yet no one coffeehouse has gotten it right. Give me the raw coffee product and extras … I usually do it myself.
Let me know anything you know about my How To Make Dunkin Donuts Iced Coffee question, I would really appreciate it.