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Fire Department Coffee is releasing a spirit-infused Nitro Cold Brew

ROCKFORD, ILL.— Fire Department Coffee, the veteran-owned brand poised to rescue consumers from regular coffee and another rampant pumpkin spice season, today makes its entry into the ready-to-drink category: Fire Dept. With the release of Coffee Nitro Cold Brew. The cornerstone of the line, Nitro Irish Coffee, is a first-of-its-kind, non-alcoholic, canned Nitro Cold Brew infused with real whiskey and cream. It is now available along with three additional varieties, Nitro-Charged Latte, Nitro-Charged Shellback Espresso and Nitro Vanilla Bean Bourbon, each in 7-ounce single-serve jars exclusively at firedeptcoffee.com. Distribution will expand to grocers and other national retailers in the coming months.

“Customers are asking for a simpler and faster way to get to their favorite Fire Dept. coffee to go, so the introduction of Nitro Cold Brew is our answer to their call,” said Fire Dept. Founder and CEO Luke Schneider. Coffee. “With this release, we’re not only offering a new way to experience coffee, we’re bringing our proprietary non-alcoholic spirit infusion process to the ready-to-drink category for the first time.”

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For its Spirit Infused Coffee range, including Nitro Irish Coffee, the coffee beans are infused with premium whiskey before the alcohol is roasted, leaving only the spirit’s bold aroma, natural flavor and familiar aftertaste; the end result is a cold brew far more flavorful and complex than anything previously available.

Fire Dept. Coffee’s innovative flavors and single-serve cans are available at a pivotal moment. Americans have expressed growing frustration with the influx of pumpkin spice-themed product launches, especially coffee, and want to explore better and bolder flavors in the food and beverage category. In its latest survey of 500 Americans, the Coffee Fire Department found:

  • Americans have a burning sensation of pumpkin spice. More than 3 in 1 Americans (37%) surveyed in August, before the peak pumpkin spice season began, said they were tired of hearing about pumpkin spice.
  • The taste that ruins relationships. 1 in Americans polled (11%) said they would consider breaking up with their partner if their views on the taste of pumpkin spice differed, with a majority (52%) saying they would consider breaking up. with a partner if they liked the taste of pumpkin spice.
  • The great debate about pumpkin. 10% of Americans surveyed admitted to arguing with a friend or family member over their opinion of pumpkin spice coffee.
  • Americans are passing on the pumpkin spice latte. Only 1 (26%) of Americans surveyed say they prefer a pumpkin spice latte over a traditional latte.
  • This year’s favorite fall flavor is another fruit. 34% of Americans polled ranked apple pie as their favorite flavor (out of five popular fall flavors). Only 23% of Americans polled said their favorite fall flavor is pumpkin spice.

About Fire Department Coffee

Founded in 2016 by firefighter/paramedic and US Navy veteran Luke Schneider, Fire Department Coffee is a NaVOBA-certified veteran-owned business dedicated to making great tasting coffee and supporting first responders. A growing selection of ground, whole bean, single serve pods and instant coffees are roasted fresh in Illinois by a dedicated team of firefighters, first responders and coffee experts.

In 2018, the team created the Fire Department Coffee Fund to compensate first responders who become ill or injured on the job, mentally or physically, or who face other serious health challenges.

For more information.
https://www.firedeptcoffee.com/