What is Cold Brew Coffee and Why You Should Carry it at Your Restaurant

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Spring is coming and it is coming quickly. Is your menu ready to handle the changing customer consumption habits? We can help. 

2015 was the year that Cold Brew Coffee came out of the proverbial swamp and started walking in the spotlight around America. Source after source after source called Cold Brew Coffee the next evolution in the world of coffee. While this trend has been growing rapidly the past few years in the coffee shop world it is starting to seep into Food Service (and Offices as well). 

If you are unfamiliar with Cold Brew Coffee you can watch our short video above for a better idea of what separates Cold Brew Coffee from "Iced Coffee" and how it is made.

For restaurant owners this new trend means a world of opportunity to capitalize on; especially if your business is focused on catering to the growing buying power of Millennials. In fact Yahoo Finance reports that -

Iced coffee is a trend that caters to the taste of a younger generation: 38% of those aged 18 to 24, compared with 11% in the 55-to-64 bracket, drink iced coffee, according to market research firm Mintel.  - Yahoo Finance.

What an amazing opportunity for Food Service providers everywhere to be on the cutting edge of product innovation. However, if you are new to cold brew coffee you may be a little lost on how you can provide it to your loyal customers.

Luckily, we are here to help. Royal Cup has our own line of premium, organic cold brew coffee that will leave your customers satisfied and coming back for more. If you are interested in bringing Cold Brew to your business or if you are interested in knowing how we make our industry leading Cold Brew Coffee visit our Cold Brew page at royalcupcoffee.com/ColdBrew