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Seven Miles introduces RTD cold brew coffee cans

Australian coffee roaster Seven Miles has released two new ready-to-drink (RTD) cold brew coffees just in time for summer.

Brewed with cold, filtered water, Nitro Black Coffee is infused with nitrogen and has a smooth finish, while Black Coffee has fresh notes of strawberry, mint, and brown sugar.

Seven Miles delivers coffee for both the café and at home with brands such as Wilde, Cultivar and The Cat’s Pyjamas. The roaster says its RTD cold brew cans have taken its range to the next level, providing the “perfect accompaniment for any summertime activity”.

On the launch of Nitro Black Coffee and Black Coffee, Jenny Willits, CEO of Seven Miles, says that releasing RTD cold brew cans have been a goal for many years.

“When we last announced cold brew, it was for our summer blend that could be brewed at home with ease,” Jenny says.

“This year, we’ve upped the ante so that our consumers, and all of Australia’s coffee drinkers and lovers, can have access to delicious and refreshing expertly blended and brewed cold brew drinks wherever they may be, whatever they’re doing.”

Jenny adds that people want something that’s easy and convenient, something that they can pop in their bag or esky and enjoy at any time of the day when they feel like a pick me up.

“We’re so excited for Australian summer and we’re looking forward to Aussies having the opportunity to get out and about and make up for any lost time they experienced during lockdown – all with a Seven Miles cold brew can in hand,” she says.

Seven Miles Cold Brew Nitro Black and Cold Brew Black Coffee is available to purchase for $19.00 for a four pack or $4.95 for a single can from the Seven Miles online store.

Customers can also buy the cold brew cans direct from Seven Miles Coffee Roasters in Manly Vale and Albion, Queensland.

For more information, visit sevenmiles.com.au

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