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Cold Brew Cola

A classic Coke can hit the spot. But it lacks one important thing—a respectable hit of caffeine and a confident tone of coffee.

Edd Siu

Opinions on Coca Cola vary, but one thing is certain: a sip of an iced-cold Coca Cola, the feeling of the sweet and crisp bubbles hitting the spot in such a magical way, feels almost as good as a sip of cold water in a blazing hot desert.

But this experience lacks one important thing—a respectable hit of caffeine and a confident note of coffee.

What is it?

This is a homemade super caffeinated Coca Cola. We have some control over all the components and make some improvements: crisper bubbles, more caffeine, and the right amount of coffee flavor.

Quick Back Story

This was a drink released for a summer menu my coffeeshop. I always encouraged the team to keep experimenting with drinks and come up with new concepts. This, after-all, is where some amazing things are born.

The Cold Brew Cola, unbeknownst to me was incredibly popular, a realization only came to be known when I took it off the menu in place for a new drink.

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