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There’s nothing like an iced coffee on a warm summer day—except perhaps an iced coffee spiked with Kahlúa and rum.
Kahlúa is making the simple combination of coffee and liquor even easier with their canned Nitro Cold Brew. Made with rum, coffee liqueur and 100% Arabica cold brew coffee, the Nitro Cold Brew has 80 calories and a 4.5% ABV. It is specially designed with a nitro widget, so the foam will provide a creaminess to the drink.
A pack of four 6.8-ounce cans retails for about $9.99 and the drink is available nationwide.
This is not the only canned alcohol-infused coffee drink you can buy from Kahlúa, as it also offers a ready-to-drink espresso martini. Made using vodka, Kahlúa coffee liqueur and roasted Arabica coffee, each can serves two. Kahlúa says once the can is popped open, nitro foam “bursts to life” to give you a velvety foam when you pour it from the can into a glass.
If you want the taste of the booze without the buzz, you can also get canned alcohol-free Irish cream or salted caramel cold brew from Baileys.
You can also get the boozy-coffee notes from a classic white Russian cocktail in a can, though Cutwater Spirits’ white Russian doesn’t come with a caffeine buzz.
If you’d rather skip the cans and go right to keeping a bottle on your liquor shelf, there are quite a few other cold brew drinks to choose from that include wine, whiskey and vodka.
For wine fans, this cold brew-infused red wine from Apothic has notes of red fruit and toasted oak-infused with cold brew. You can also get cold brew-infused whiskey from Jameson, or Jägermeister cold brew coffee liqueur, which combines Jägermeister’s 56 herbs, blossoms, roots and fruits with the flavors of Arabica coffee and cacao.
How do you like your cold brew coffee?
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