Hot drinks trends set to hit the UK in 2017

7.     Christmas Cold Brew 

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One of the products Davies tips for Christmas success is a cold-brew coffee liqueur that launched in December 2015. The trend comes of the back of the increasingly craft-ification of the coffee scene, where the coffee cognoscenti are seeking out small-batch, on-the-spot roasted cold-brew coffee.

Mr Blacks ticks the boxes for provenance, authenticity and quality, she argues, and its “good ethos is combined with great packaging”.

“It uses around 30kg pf coffee beans to produce 250 bottle, in an industry where everyone else is using essences and making sugar-heavy products,” she says. “So you can taste the coffee and though it is sweet, it’s not sickly because it has a less harsh extraction process.”

 

The Whisky Show’s annual trade tasting, The Whisky Show, is being held in London on 3 October. Now in its eighth year, the show will showcase around 600 whiskies from around the world, including a new brands from Sweden, the USA and Japan. 

One Response to “Hot drinks trends set to hit the UK in 2017”

  1. lisbette says:

    I was looking out of interst for hot drink trends but this article is all about cold drinks?

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