Coffee Soda

Immerse yourself in the harmonious blend of premium coffee and sparkling soda, with Coffee Soda, where rich, velvety flavors meet effervescent delight. Sip, savor, and refresh your senses with this captivating caffeinated elixir.

Coffee soda in a milkshake glass.

If you enjoy Cold Brew or Iced Coffee then this fizzy two-ingredient twist on coffee will be a new unique way to savor your caffeine.

What is Coffee Soda?

Coffee soda is a beverage that combines coffee and soda, offering a unique and refreshing twist on traditional coffee. It typically features the rich and bold flavors of coffee infused with carbonation, resulting in a fizzy, caffeinated drink that’s both refreshing and caffeinating, often served chilled over ice.

Ingredients Needed

Coffee soda ingredients.
  • Soda Water – The soda water adds a fizzy and effervescent quality to the beverage, creating a sparkling and refreshing contrast to the richness of the coffee.
  • Sweetener – To sweeten your drink, you can add Simple Syrup or Maple Syrup. Any version of a liquid sweetener will work.
  • Cold Brew Coffee or Espresso – You can use either espresso or cold brew coffee.

How to Make Coffee Soda

This delightful concoction blends espresso or cold brew coffee with the effervescence of club soda. This ingenious fusion mimics the fizzy appeal of carbonated coffee without the need for carbonation itself. The taste profile is reminiscent of nitro coffee, where cold brew coffee is infused with nitrogen bubbles, delivering a creamy and velvety texture. It will revitalize your cold brew experience, infusing it with a refreshing twist that rejuvenates your coffee indulgence.

How to make coffee soda step 1.
Coffee soda step 2.
  1. Fill the glass with ice. Start by adding ice to your glass. I recommend using Coffee Ice Cubes so the drink doesn’t get watered down as the ice begins to melt. You can use this ice cube mold for making them.
  2. Add the coffee. Pour the coffee into your glass and fill it halfway. You want to have equal parts coffee and soda water.
Coffee soda step 3.
How to make coffee soda step 4.
  1. Mix in your sweetener. Add the Simple Syrup to the cold brew or espresso and gently stir it to mix. You can also add some flavored syrups such as Hazelnut Syrup or Vanilla Syrup for Coffee.
  2. Add the soda water. Fill the remainder of your glass with soda water. For some added flair you can top it off with some Cold Foam.

FAQS

What does coffee soda taste like?

Coffee soda offers a unique flavor profile, blending the rich, bold notes of coffee with the refreshing, bubbly qualities of soda.

Is coffee soda caffeinated?

Yes, coffee soda contains caffeine due to its coffee content, providing a caffeinated boost. If making it at home you can prepare a decaf version though.

Is coffee soda served hot or cold?

Coffee soda is typically served cold, often over ice, for a refreshing experience.

Can I use sparkling water instead of soda water to make coffee soda?

Yes, you can use sparkling water as a substitute for soda water to make coffee soda. Both sparkling water and soda water provide carbonation, which adds the effervescent quality to the beverage. It’s a matter of personal preference, and using sparkling water can give your coffee soda a slightly different mouthfeel and flavor, but it’s a valid choice for creating a delightful coffee soda.

Coffee soda topped with cold foam.

Recipe Notes and Tips

  • Coffee Selection: Choose a coffee that you enjoy as the base. Espresso, cold brew, or even a strong brewed coffee can work well, but opt for a coffee with flavors you like.
  • Chill Ingredients: Ensure your coffee and soda water are well chilled before mixing. This helps maintain the refreshing quality of the drink.
  • Sweetening: Add sweeteners like Simple Syrup, Maple Syrup, or flavored syrups such as Brown Sugar Syrup to taste. Start with a small amount and adjust to find your preferred level of sweetness.
  • Stir Gently: When mixing, stir gently to avoid excessive fizzing and maintain the carbonation while blending the mixture.
Coffee soda topped with cold foam.

Coffee Soda Recipe

Experience the delightful fusion of premium coffee and sparkling soda in every sip of Coffee Soda. Here, the luscious, velvety flavors harmonize with the effervescent joy, creating a captivating and caffeinated elixir that rejuvenates your senses.
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1 Servings
Calories: 20kcal
Author: Aimee Mars

Equipment

  • Tall Glass
  • Stirring Spoon

Ingredients

  • 3 ounces Cold Brew or chilled espresso
  • 1 – 2 teaspoons Simple Syrup or maple syrup
  • 3 ounces Soda Water
  • Ice Cubes or coffee ice cubes

Instructions

  • Fill the glass with ice. Start by adding ice to your glass. I recommend using Coffee Ice Cubes so the drink doesn't get watered down as the ice begins to melt.
  • Add the coffee. Pour the coffee into your glass and fill it halfway. You want to have equal parts coffee and soda water.
  • Mix in your sweetener. Add the Simple Syrup to the cold brew or espresso and gently stir it to mix. You can also add some flavored syrups such as Hazelnut Syrup or Vanilla Syrup for Coffee.
  • Add the soda water. Fill the remainder of your glass with soda water. For some added flair you can top it off with some Cold Foam.

Notes

  • Coffee Selection: Choose a coffee that you enjoy as the base for your coffee soda. Espresso, cold brew, or even a strong brewed coffee can work well, but opt for a coffee with flavors you like.
  • Chill Ingredients: Ensure your coffee and soda water are well chilled before mixing. This helps maintain the refreshing quality of the drink.
  • Sweetening: Add sweeteners like Simple Syrup, Maple Syrup, or flavored syrups such as Brown Sugar Syrup to taste. Start with a small amount and adjust to find your preferred level of sweetness.
  • Stir Gently: When mixing, stir gently to avoid excessive fizzing and maintain the carbonation while blending the coffee and soda water.

Nutrition

Serving: 1serving | Calories: 20kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Protein: 0.1g | Fat: 0.02g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.01g | Sodium: 24mg | Potassium: 48mg | Sugar: 5g | Calcium: 7mg | Iron: 0.3mg
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