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As I know of, iced coffee is commonly used word but what about just 'ice coffee'? Is it wrong?

And is 'coffee mix' right word when referring mix in which coffee, sugar and cream are mixed in one pack?

--->I mean this!
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Ms Google says:

661,000 English pages for "iced coffee "
124,000 English pages for "ice coffee ".

I think it natural to assume that the difficulty of pronunciation alone will speed the transition from 'iced' to 'ice' for both coffee and tea. The latter is hardly 'wrong', but I will keep using 'iced' when I am writing.

As for 'coffee mix'-- well, I see nothing semantically wrong with that. There is no 'right' or 'wrong' in this instance, either.
Thank you, Mister Micawber.

By the way, what do you call mixed coffee if you don't use 'coffee mix'?
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I don't call it anything-- I've never experienced it.
I see. Thank you for your answer!
So, 'iced lemon tea' is the correct form instead of 'ice lemon tea', right?
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I wouldn't bet against Ms Google on this one-- it is not worth arguing about:

24,600 English pages for "ice lemon tea "
12,500 English pages for "iced lemon tea ".

AhnBy the way, what do you call mixed coffee if you don't use 'coffee mix'?
What exactly do you mean by "mixed coffee"? Do you mean a flavored coffee beverage like what you might get at Starbucks?
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AhnBy the way, what do you call mixed coffee if you don't use 'coffee mix'?
What exactly do you mean by "mixed coffee"? Do you mean a flavored coffee beverage like what you might get at Starbucks?

No, I just mean mixed thing in which coffee, sugar and cream poweders are mixed in one pack like the picture I attached. I wonder what you call it if you know it.

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