Vermont Iced Coffee

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Wintertime in Vermont is the season to chill out and enjoy some of the state’s most delicious flavors. Inspired by three of Vermont’s signature ingredients—apples, dairy, and maple syrup—this iced coffee drink recipe proves there’s no reason why cold brew can’t have year-round appeal. Your customers will love its smooth, robust taste—it’s like wrapping yourself in a flannel, then heading out for a brisk walk through the orchard.

Maple Apple Butter Iced Coffee

Fill a 16-ounce glass with ice. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Serve.

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