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Harpoon Cold Brew

As dedicated cold brew makers, it took a bit of time finding the best beans to use.

For our 330ml and 2L goons of Ready to Drink Cold Brew we wanted a clean, chocolaty flavour that could use the addition of milk, but still be moorish when drunk straight. So we use a blend of Brazil Cerrado and Honduras La Flor origins. These coffees are roasted individually to a medium degree (just before the second crack). 

For our 375ml Concentrate we wanted an intensity to match espresso. This product is also used in bars around the country so we needed something that could shine through other ingredients. For this, we use a blend of three Fair Trade Organic Coffees: Colombian, Sumatran and Papua New Guinean beans. These are roasted slightly darker than our ready to drink cold brew (dropped at second crack) as a result the concentrate is much more punchy and milk or water can be added to it or it can be used in smoothies or cocktails.

We hope you enjoy the taste and simplicity of our Harpoon Cold Brew, and that it serves as the perfect tool for whatever adventure that awaits. 

David, Arjun and Tod. 
Harpoon Cold Brew

 


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Iced Coffee Vs Cold Brew

Iced Coffee is hot extracted coffee, turned cold. While still delicious, iced coffee tends to retain some bitterness from the coffee and as a result you may find it more palatable adding milk and sugar. Because cold brew is brewed with cold water and time, it only extracts the more delicate flavours of the coffee without the bitterness, so you it's tasty black, without sugar. 


Ingredients and nutritional information

Harpoon Cold Brew 330ml.

 

Per 100ml

Calories: <2

Carbohydrates: <1g

Proteins: <1g

Fats: <1g

Sodium: <2mg

Caffeine: 130mg approx

Ingredients: Filtered water, Coffee

Harpoon Concentrate 375ml.

 

Per 100ml

Calories: 4

Carbohydrates: <1g

Proteins: <1g

Fats: <1g

Sodium: <2mg

Caffeine: 249mg approx

Ingredients: Filtered water, Coffee