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Now you can get cold brew coffee floats in Toronto

Forget affogatos, cold brew coffee floats are the latest way to combine caffeine and ice cream. While not an entirely new concoction, the coffee float has yet to really have its time in the sun, something that one suspects will be rectified now that the summer-like weather has arrived in Toronto and our collective appetite for novel culinary infusions has reached new heights.

Made by Glory Hole Doughnuts with Station Cold Brew and a hefty dollop of soft serve and then drizzled with syrup, there's nothing too complication about the mixture, but it's the type of dish that is more than the sum of its parts. The soft serve is key, as regular ice cream doesn't melt quickly enough when combined with the cold brew. And what you really want, of course, is that magical moment when the two substances intertwine.

Photo via Glory Hole Doughnuts Instagram


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