Baton Rouge, LA, August 2017 —Community Coffee Company, the largest family-owned and operated coffee brand in the United States, is pleased to announce the launch of its newest brew at home coffee item—Cold Brew Coffee.
Made with the same high-quality, 100% select Arabica beans that Community® coffee lovers have come to expect, Community® Cold Brew Coffee is a smooth and refreshing blend specially formulated for the cold brew process. Balanced with a rich, deep flavor, this new offering will provide consumers with quality cold brew filter bags that are both easy and convenient to make from the comfort of home.
“We love listening to our customers and finding new ways for them to enjoy Community® coffee,” said Scott Eckert, Vice President of Marketing at Community Coffee Company. “Whether you’re a seasoned cold brew lover or simply searching for a new warm weather drink, our Cold Brew Coffee is an affordable, easy way to make a tasty batch of cold brew that you can sip on throughout the week.”
To make the perfect pitcher of cold brew, simply open the Cold Brew Pouch and drop both filter bags into a 2 quart (or larger) pitcher. Add four cups of cold, filtered water, and steep in the fridge for up to 24 hours. After steeping, gently remove the filter bags and add three more cups of cold water to the pitcher. Serve over ice or sweeten and add cream, if desired.
Starting in August, Community® Cold Brew Coffee is available at Amazon.com, Brookshire’s, Brookshire Brothers, Rouse’s, Super 1 and Winn-Dixie across the Southeastern United States. To learn more and to purchase online, please visit CommunityCoffee.com.
About Community Coffee Company
Now in its 98th year, Community Coffee Company is the largest family-owned and operated retail coffee brand in America, and four generations of the Saurage family have operated the company since its inception. Founded in 1919, Community Coffee Company is an importer, roaster and distributor of the highest-quality premium coffees and teas, using only 100% Arabica coffee beans. For additional information, visit CommunityCoffee.com or find the brand on Facebook and Twitter.