Give the coffee a minute or two to cool down. This will protect your ice tray and keep your freezer from having to work too hard.
Carefully pour the coffee into the ice cube tray, making sure that each cube is filled to the top.
Put the filled tray in your freezer. Make sure it is lying flat, or else you’ll get slanted ice cubes and messy drips. Then wait for several hours.
That’s it! Once the coffee cubes are frozen, you can pull them out and use them in your drinks. Enjoy your tasty iced coffee, cold brew, or even coffee cocktail!
You can use any brewing method, from pour-overs to drip machines, though we wouldn’t recommend any methods that leave silt in your cup. Skip the French press unless you like gritty ice! For this guide, we used a Keurig Mini.