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Iced coffee

made in Terres-de-Meuse

Coffee lovers know that the recipe for iced coffee can be adapted in many different ways… With the temperatures rising, we’ve come up with a gourmet and refreshing version, with products made in Terres-de-Meuse!

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Our local producers:

To make this simple version of iced coffee, let’s head to the region’s small boutiques and local producers, to pick up some good produce.

Vanilla ice cream:

For vanilla ice cream, head to Glacier François in Moha. Here you’ll find tasty, gourmet ice creams, handcrafted and made entirely in the store’s workshops.


For coffee, head to L’Artisan du Café, a roaster and delicatessen in Verlaine. You’ll find some real treasures in this shop…. Numerous types of bulk coffee, including coffees from Brazil, Kenya, Rwanda and Ethiopia. Their special blends, created on site, are unique! This boutique also offers a selection of Dammann teas, oils, vinegars, spices, foie gras, rillettes, pastes, confits, tapenades, jams, spreads, chocolate and many other delicacies… Yes, it’s also the ideal place to find gift ideas to please your loved ones all year round! For the coffee, I chose the house special blend, very aromatic without being too strong. Delicious, it’s nothing like the coffee found in supermarkets.

Do you have the ingredients? Here goes the recipe!

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The ingredients

For one portion:


  • 1 hot espresso (to be made at the last moment)
  • 2 to 3 scoops vanilla ice cream

Option: whipped cream, topped with chocolate coulis or salted butter caramel for example, or a touch of cocoa powder as for a cappuccino.

Made with passion


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1. In a verrine or bowl, arrange one or two scoops of vanilla ice cream.

2. Prepare a strong espresso coffee, and just as you’re about to serve the ice cream, pour it over it in front of your guest. On contact with the coffee, the ice cream will melt and the ingredients will mingle…


You can add a coulis, chantilly and even a touch of peket, just like in Liège..

Don’t wait and enjoy without delay!

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