Chocolate Coffee Ice Cream Soda

1 ounce coffee concentrate made with your favorite coffee blend
1 ounce semi-sweet or regular chocolate syrup
1 ounce half and half
2 scoops coffee ice cream
6 oz. carbonated chocolate soda, chilled
Whipped cream and cherry, as garnish


  • Place coffee concentrate, chocolate syrup and half and half in tall glass.
  • Add ice cream and fill with chocolate soda. 
  • Garnish with whipped cream and cherry. 
  • Serve with a straw and a long-handled spoon.

Makes 1 serving.

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Did You Know?
Like all good things in life, the drinking of coffee may be abused. Indeed, those having an idiosyncratic susceptibility to alkaloids should be temperate in the use of tea, coffee, or cocoa. In every high-tensioned country there is likely to be a small number of people who, because of certain individual characteristics, can not drink coffee at all. These belong to the abnormal minority of the human family. Some people can not eat strawberries; but that would not be a valid reason for a general condemnation of strawberries. One may be poisoned, says Thomas A. Edison, from too much food. Horace Fletcher was certain that over-feeding causes all our ills. Over-indulgence in meat is likely to spell trouble for the strongest of us.

Coffee is, perhaps, less often abused than wrongly accused. It all depends. A little more tolerance!