5 Local Iced Coffee Drinks to Beat the Heat – phoenixmag.com

Escape the heat and boost your energy with these unique iced coffees from around the Valley. From the classic cold brew to specialty drinks with interesting twists, these five cold cups of joe are sure to get you going.
Berdena’s honey lavender iced latte is a refreshing take on the classic iced coffee. The sweet but not too sweet hint of lavender and honey will cool you off during these hot summer days. 7051 E. 5th Ave., 480-256-1403, berdenas.com
La Bohemia’s iced Americano is the perfect drink for people who like a strong cup of coffee. Add cream and sugar or drink it black. 1736 E. McDowell Rd., 480-479-5222, labohemiaphx.com
Kream Coffee has a special drink called The Sunburst with oat milk, vanilla syrup, espresso and a hint of orange juice. This drink is a unique iced coffee that will really jumpstart your day. 5102 N. Central Ave., 602-377-7349, kreamcoffee.com
Echo Coffee has a solid, no bells and whistles iced coffee. Its cold brew is made from Costa Rican single-origin beans and is steeped for 48 hours. Add cream and sugar for a sweeter flavor or drink it black and enjoy the taste of in-house, freshly roasted coffee beans. 2902 N. 68th St., 480-422-4081, echocoffee.shop
Tres Leches Café is a good spot to stop by if you’re looking for a sweeter coffee drink. The Café Churro iced latte is made with handcrafted churro sauce, espresso and special 3LC crema. Add some whipped cream to the top and enjoy this creamy iced coffee. 1714 W. Van Buren St., 602-368-1804, treslechesaz.com
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