Peet's Coffee Debuts Almond Milk Cold Brew Coffee
We’ve written about Peet’s Coffee before, when the major coffee chain added a housemade whipped coconut cream to the menu. Now, Peet’s is back in the (plant-based) news–this time, for a spotlight on almond milk.
According to PR Newswire, on May 2, the coffeehouse announced the “launch of Coldcraft™, a new dedicated business unit for ready-to-drink (RTD) cold brew coffee chilled distribution,” following a successful “test market launch” in mid-2016. While the Baridi Black option had no added milk, the company “added a new non-dairy almond offering” to the initial three-option set:
- Baridi Black Cold Brew – the purest expression of cold brew from Peet’s Coffee, served straight up in a 10.5 fluid ounce glass bottle.
- Dark Chocolate Cold Brew – Baridi Black made even more delicious with the freshest rBST-free milk and rich Guittard cocoa, in a 10.5 fluid ounce bottle.
- Coffee au Lait Cold Brew – a coffee-forward pairing of Baridi Black with the freshest rBST-free milk and pure cane sugar, in a 10.5 fluid ounce bottle.
- Almond Milk Cold Brew – the newest Peet’s ready-to-drink cold brew is Baridi Black with smooth almond milk and pure cane sugar, in a 10.5 fluid ounce bottle.
Peet’s RTD Cold Brew has the suggested retail price of $3.99, and according to the article, “will soon be available throughout all of California in Peet’s coffeebars, grocery, natural food stores, and partner locations.”
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