What you need to know about Cold Brew

Arabica Coffee Roasters
Garfield, NJ
T: 973-772-9004
www.arabicacoffeeco.com

June 2017

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SERVING COLD BREW
By now, most of you are familiar with cold brew coffee, the brew method which takes
ground coffee and fully immerses it into cold water for a period of 24-48 hours. The
result is a smooth beverage with 33% more caffeine that traditional coffee with 66% less
acidity! This is a natural product, with no additional flavors or sweeteners.

This new process has surged to the forefront of the specialty coffee world with cold
brew consumption increasing 115% in 2014-2015 (According to Mintel Market
Research.) Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts now offer their customers cold brew coffee,
taking it into the mainstream.

With the warm summer season upon us, many of us are aware that our hot coffee sales
can decrease by as much as 20%. In order to supplement this drop, I urge you to
consider offering COLD BREW COFFEE.

Nitro Cold Brew cold brew coffee is served from a tap (like
a beer!) The coffee is infused with nitrogen creating a
cascade when it is poured from the tap, similar to
Guinness Beer. This WOW Factor will distinguish your
store and your product from the traditional, watered down
iced coffee seen at many retailers making you the iced
coffee DESTINATION for consumers.

ITS FRESH, ITS FAST, ITS UNIQUE

WHAT YOU WILL NEED :
With a relatively small investment you can add NITRO COLD BREW to your product
line. It requires a bit more hardware than traditional iced coffee, but the result is a very
unique drink that experts in the industry agree is the best iced coffee product available.
1. Cold Brew- Our Custom Cold Brew blend of coffee is smooth,
with chocolatey notes. It is delivered in a 5 Gallon Keg, which is
easy to interchange.
2. Kegerator- A Kegerator is a refrigerator for kegs, with a tap on
top. Like refrigerators, there are many options, and vary quite a
bit in quality and price.
3. Regulator- A regulator is what controls your flow of gas to the
keg. We suggest a double Gauge Regulator, with one gauge to
read the nitrogen tank level, and the other to read the keg or
pour pressure.
4. Nitrogen- You will need to find a local supplier of nitrogen in
your area. You can usually purchase your own tank and have the supplier fill it
up. Important to use 100% Nitrogen, not Co2 or a blend of the two.
The entire system can be implemented in your location for approximately
$500.00-$1000.00

*Please note that Arabica Coffee Roasters does not provide the kegerator.

With coffee experts expecting 2017 to eclipse 2016’s growth of cold brew in the market.
It is the perfect time to implement this system into your location. We’ve worked on
perfecting our cold brew coffee recipe over the past year and what has resulted is a
delicious, standardized, non sweetened product that is customizable for consumers to
drink as they like. If you are interested please contact me to discuss further.

 

Thank you,
Dimitri Leles
Arabica Coffee Company