1. New Harvest
In the heart of Pawtucket’s Hope Artiste Village you’ll find New Harvest Coffee Roasters. Follow the smell of freshly roasted beans to treat yourself to a bold, refreshing cold-brewed iced coffee.
2. Coffee Exchange
Providence’s original cool coffee shop, The Coffee Exchange, has been roasting its own beans for more than 20 years. Go the traditional route or order The
Undertow – a hot shot of espresso poured over ice-cold milk.
3. Nitro Cart
It’s hard to argue with iced coffee that pours like a beer. The Nitro Cart’s smooth nitro cold brew can be found on taps all over the state, but it’s more fun to get it from the source: a literal cart.
4. Sophie’s Brewhouse
Offering eight flavors of iced coffee daily, Sophie’s Brewhouse in Exeter has no shortage of taste – but their most popular flavor, hazelnut, unmistakably steals the spotlight.
5. TLC Coffee Roasters
If you’re looking to expand your horizons, look no further than TLC Coffee Roasters’ wall of iced coffee. Experiment with a wide variety of sugar-free flavored options from their wall of self-serve taps.
6. Junk and Java
For sipping with a side of shopping, stop by Junk and Java in Westerly, a hybrid coffee and gift shop. The mild blend is easy to sip with or without all the fixin’s, but we wouldn’t judge you for having one with a fresh pastry.
The iced coffee from Angelina’s in Bristol has a much lighter flavor than its bold, aromatic scent suggests. Bright with fruity notes, this is the kind of morning brew that goes down easy without any accompaniment.
8. Coffee Depot
Coffee Depot’s iced coffee has been keeping Warren caffeinated for years. With a deep, full-bodied flavor and just a hint of nuttiness, this cup of iced coffee will keep you fueled for the day.
9. Custom House
Need a little extra kick in your coffee? Custom House in Middletown adds a shot of espresso to their iced coffee, but don’t let that scare you. This chilled brew is smooth, strong and refreshing without being overpowering.