Godiva Iced Mocha Truffle

As part of their Tastemaker Program, Foodbuzz partnered with Godiva Coffee and sent us two packages of Godiva coffee (Chocolate Truffle and French Vanilla) and challenged us to come up with an iced coffee creation. In the past 24 hours, we did just that, using the Chocolate Truffle flavored coffee and our Toddy cold-brew coffee maker. We're calling it the "Godiva Iced Mocha Truffle."

When you have an exceptional product like Godiva, you want to make sure you can really taste it. That is why we chose to use the cold-water brewing process. It extracts the natural flavor of the coffee, leaves behind the acidic bitterness that coffee can sometimes have, and results in a smooth, velvety iced coffee drink.

First, we made the cold-brew coffee concentrate using only the 12-ounce package of Godiva Chocolate Truffle Coffee and cold water (yes, we know...it looks a bit like mud). We left that to brew for twelve hours, then removed the stopper and allowed the concentrate to flow into the glass decanter.

To enhance that chocolatey goodness, we added a little chocolate syrup to the glass before filling it with ice, then made our drink with the coffee concentrate and some whole milk. The first sip was silky smooth, refreshing, and filled with both coffee and chocolate flavors, no additional sugar needed. It was a deliciously creamy drink that we enjoyed with a handful of Godiva dark chocolate almonds. Pure indulgence!


To make the coffee concentrate using the Toddy Maker:


1 12-ounce package Godiva Chocolate Truffle Coffee, ground
8 cups cold water

Make sure filter and stopper are inside the Toddy Maker. Pour 1 cup of the water into the Toddy Maker. Add half of the ground coffee. Slowly pour 4 cups of water in a circular motion over the coffee grounds. Add the remainder of the ground coffee. Add 2 more cups of water in a circular motion over the coffee grounds. Wait five minutes then add the remaining 1 cup of water. Allow to brew for 12 hours, then remove stopper and allow to flow into glass decanter.

To make each serving of Godiva Iced Mocha Truffle:


2 ounces Godiva Chocolate Truffle Coffee Concentrate (directions above)
4 ounces milk
1/2 ounce chocolate syrup

Pour chocolate syrup into a glass. Fill glass with ice, then add coffee concentrate and milk. Using a martini shaker, shake until well blended and foamy. Enjoy!


Meatloaf Recipe said...

OMG! What a Delicious looking! It's make me hungry! I can't wait to eat this :) thanks a lot for sharing.

Peggy said...

This definitely sounds really good! I will have to look for the Godiva coffee in the grocery next time I'm there!

Elyse @The Cultural Dish said...

Wow this looks so delicious! I really really want this! Yum!

Kelly | Eat Yourself Skinny said...

This looks amazing!! :)

Cheryl and Adam @ pictureperfectmeals.com said...

Chocolate and coffee is one of the perfect taste pairings and this looks superb!

The Farmers Wife said...

Can I come over for coffee?!?!?!? Amazing recipe, I love it! Buzzed Ya!

Jessica said...

Wow this is such a great product to get from the program!! This looks so delicious and it instantly reminded me of my childhood "coffee" times!

Jocie's Mom said...

That's spectacular! And a very cool way to showcase the yummy Godiva coffee. I could have used this when it was 117 F this afternoon :) Buzzed

Angie - Big Bears Wife said...

ooo I need one now!!

Sandra said...

This sounds so good and thank you for introducing me to the cold brew method.

janet@cupcakestocaviar said...

This sounds wonderful! Is there anything Godiva doesn't make well? :-D

Eating Deliciously said...

Thanks for sharing the cold brewing method. Can't wait to try this awesome combination of chocolate and coffee.