Nitro Cold Brew Coffee is a method of infusing nitrogen into cold brewed coffee for a creamier, smoother texture using a specially designed dispenser.
It is a unique new coffee concept with superb presentation, it is easy to set up and serve, and it represents a great new alternative beverage with fantastic margin enhancement.
Nitro, the best iced coffee you will ever serve.
The History of Nitro Cold brew Coffee
Cold Brew Coffee and Nitro Cold Brew Coffee are, of course, products first popularised in the USA.
Cold brew, also called cold water extract or cold press, is the process of steeping coffee grounds in water at a cool temperature. Coarse-ground beans are soaked in water for a prolonged period of time, usually 12 hours or more.
Cold Brew Coffee in cans or bottles, is beginning to be more widely available in both UK catering and retail sectors.
However “Nitro Cold Brew Coffee” is the next step.
It was first served in Austin, Texas by Cuvee Coffee with the initial goal, according to the inventor, being “simply learning how to make a more complex, flavourful cold brew coffee.”
Mike McKim, Cuvee CEO said “I watched the cascading nitro of stout beer being served and thought, ‘Why can’t I do that with coffee?’”
Next, he figured out the ideal method to infuse nitrogen into the product for a creamier, smoother texture.
And here it is – Nitro Cold Brew Coffee.
Nitro Cold Brew Coffee –
The Current UK Market
Currently, Nitro Cold Brew Coffee is most certainly not well known - But Nitro Cold Brew Coffee is going to be BIG! – and these are some of the reasons why:
It offers an excellent alternative to the traditional coffee currently served.
It offers tremendous margin enhancement.
It offers great theatre in serving.
It can be mixed with milk for a superb Nitro Cold Brew Latte.
It can be mixed with various alcoholic drinks for a great coffee liqueur.
However, currently, it is only available in a small number of outlets. In the UK a company called Sandows make and supply it but just to 2 outlets in London and in 40 litre kegs, which are difficult to transport.
But most importantly, Starbucks, who have been serving Nitro Cold Brew in the USA for some time, have just brought it to London!
Now you can get it in an easy-to-use bag-in-box format from the Nitro Cold Brew Coffee Co. - for more information, contact email@example.com