February 19, 2014

Want to Grab a Cold Pint..... of Coffee?

It should have happened sooner; we have coffee stout, why not coffee poured out of a tap that is fed by the same gas that the best Stouts use, nitrogen?

Cuvee coffee has done it, and they call it Black and Blue, a cold coffee brew that is legged, and served out of a beer tap. Slightly carbonated, using nitrogen as the gas, allows Cuvee to give you the rich experience of a falling crema that so many stout beer drinkers fall in love with.

Check out their video to see what I mean.

More on Cuveee's Black and Blue, and where to experience it (in TX) at the Cuvee Coffee website

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Posted by Scott Martin at February 19, 2014 7:04 AM
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