The decadent, highly caffeinated cold brew coffee soda float is the stuff adult summer dreams are made of. Photo by Kaity Shultz for Coffee or Die.
Summer is on its way, and I’m sure many of us are looking forward to sweating our asses off like a cat trying to bury shit on a marble floor. Or not.
If you’re anything like me, you fondly remember the days spent chasing down the ice cream truck on blistering afternoons; however, we are adults now and also need caffeine to function. So today, we’ve got the best of both worlds with this indulgent recipe, smashing together our love of coffee and ice cream with a cold brew coffee soda float!
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Heather Lynn is a contributor to Coffee or Die and a producer and influencer for BRCC, creating hands-on content for its social channels. Originally from Nicholasville, Kentucky, she was raised to love fishing, riding horses, and spending much of her time outdoors. Heather is passionate about acting and content creation. She enjoys the innovation involved in the process. She spends much of her time with her German shepherd dog, Arya, working out at the gym, and writing new skits.
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