One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Chilled coffee, typically sweetened or flavoured and served over ice.‘a glass of iced coffee’count noun ‘I start each day with an iced coffee’
- ‘I'm picking up iced coffee on the way to work.’
- ‘She holds a tall iced coffee in one hand, her blond hair is piled high in a ponytail.’
- ‘Back at the farm, we enjoy a refreshing iced coffee in the shade of the stables.’
- ‘You'd like two glasses of ice coffee, is that right?’
- ‘At noon, I collapsed on a straw mat and dreamed of ice coffee.’
- ‘Two teenage girls slurped iced coffee drinks at a sidewalk cafe and chatted away about boys, clothes, their weekend plans, whatever seemed to pop into their heads.’
- ‘Not original, but when it's hot, I like iced coffee with cream.’
- ‘It was unbearably hot today, so we ducked into Kopi Phuket for some iced coffee and iced tea to cool ourselves down.’
- ‘Juices are fresh squeezed, and you can get iced coffee, espresso, cappuccino and latte at the barista bar.’
- ‘Making hot coffee would have taken a while, so we offered him an iced coffee.’
- ‘Sales of iced coffee rose 400 per cent during a recent sunny period.’
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