On Monday, Super Coffee will introduce two new additions to its portfolio: Super Cold Brew and Triple Shot Espresso. Unlike the brand’s flagship Super Coffee line and its Super Espresso SKUs, the new products will not contain protein or MCT oil. Instead, both will be zero calorie and contain L-Theanine sourced from green tea.
Having helped to build the category at retail, Stumptown Coffee Roasters is deepening its commitment to cold brew with the launch of a new line, made with oat milk from Swedish brand Oatly, next month.
Following its foray into the keg business, Asbury Park, N.J.-based Nitro Beverage Co. will make the leap into cans next month with the release of a three-SKU line of nitrogen-infused organic cold brew coffee.
Argo Tea, the Chicago-based premium tea brand known for its all-natural tea-based signature drinks and loose-leaf teas, is partnering with Whole Foods Market to launch the world’s first line of ready-to-drink (RTD) cold brew single estate bottled teas in to the retailer’s stores nationally.
Chuck Engle joins REBBL as the its senior vice president of sales, while Rusti Porter, a former vice president of marketing at Kraft Foods-owned jerky brand Krave, was appointed as senior vice president of marketing.
As the cold brew coffee category evolves, more brands are showing innovative flavors and line extensions, as well as introducing novel packaging formats. Meanwhile, a handful of tea companies are also using the brewing method, promoting their new products as having a smoother and more complex taste profile than hot brewed tea.
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