The Iced Coffee beverages at McDonald's use premium roasted coffee as the base of the drink. This means that the coffee is passed through a drip machine, cooled, and then poured onto ice in the cup. You can then add milk and syrups as desired. Most iced coffee drinks are made with light cream, unless you say otherwise.
Iced coffee is basic and good. This drink starts with premium roasted coffee that is brewed and cooled. A little cream is poured on top and liquid sugar (or another flavored syrup of your choice) is mixed in. This drink is my favorite McDonald's drink and goes great with French fries.
In addition, McDonald's offers iced coffee quite often on the dollar menu, which is another advantage of this cold drink. When it comes to sweet iced coffee drinks, the French Vanilla Latte stands out as the sweetest of the bunch. This drink has an overwhelming vanilla flavor, but could have been improved with just a few fewer doses of syrup. Hazelnut is a flavor that goes well with coffee, but it's often forgotten behind the ever-popular caramel drinks on an iced coffee menu. The hazelnut flavor in McCafe iced hazelnut coffee is unfortunately not as unforgettable as we might have expected.
Iced Caramel Latte is one of the sweetest drinks on the menu. It combines creamy milk and smoked caramel with Rainforest Alliance certified espresso. Iced Mocha is another original dish on the McCafé menu that combines chocolate syrup with whole milk and a shot of espresso. McDonald's Hot Caramel Latte has a slightly weak and sugary flavor, as caramel takes center stage in this case. Iced Caramel Macchiato has caramel syrup and a splash of caramel, making it a little sweeter than Iced Caramel Latte and Caramel Iced Coffee.
Cold Foam is a frothy coating that slowly melts into your iced coffee drink as you drink that treat. You can customize your Hazelnut Iced Coffee from McDonald's secret menu to make it grander. Unlike McCafé Iced Coffee, Iced Latte starts with espresso and contains water, milk and ice, and contains liquid sugar.