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.
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Born from experimentation at their cafes, Stumptown’s latest effort is, at least in our opinion, its most innovative and audacious offering to date. On the surface, the concept of blending carbonation with cold brew might not sound that exciting, but what it has created is much more interesting.
Third-wave coffee roaster Stumptown, which is one of the pioneers of ready-to-drink cold brew coffee and continues to be an innovator in the space, is heading into a new segment: organic.
Given the investments into a cohort of cold brew companies and the pervasiveness of the new style, it’s likely that stores and distributors are going to need to find room for both clean and sweet cold brew styles. Thus far, it’s been left to individual companies to carve out their own philosophy towards indulgence.
After announcing his departure from Stumptown Coffee Roasters last month, Joth Ricci will begin in his new position as CEO of Oregon-based winery Adelsheim Vineyard on April 1, taking over for founder David Adelsheim.
The product marks the first time a ready-to-drink innovation was developed from on-premise experimentation at the company’s cafes.