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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Cool Down & Rev Up with Station Cold Brew

Station Cold Brew

Sometimes, all you really need is a cold cup of energy to get you through the day. I first tried Station Cold Brew at Lululemon on Queen St W. and it came out of a tap just like beer. This cold brew coffee is rich, creamy, frothy and smooth - even without milk and sugar. Black coffee that doesn't make you wince? Incredible.

Station Cold Brew Review

"Founded in 2014, We are Canada’s largest company exclusively dedicated to cold brew coffee. The meticulous slow brew process, replaces heat with time to prove that good things come to those who wait. Without any additives, the end result is a naturally sweet, bright and bold coffee that lacks the bitterness and acidity you'll find in a traditional iced coffee."

I tried out the Nitro Can, a convenient travel-sized iced coffee that you keep cool in the refrigerator (no preservatives so don't leave it out!) One can was enough to split between two people, and I've tried it both black and with a hint of milk and sugar. Needless to say, I'm hooked.

After following the directions carefully (shake, open, pour from a high distance) my iced coffee came out with a glorious, thick foam that is totally reminiscent of a good beer. 10/10

Nitro Cold Brew

"We're on a mission to bring clean caffeine to a market saturated by sugary, processed beverages. Our line up of all-natural products can be found in over 300 retail locations from Vancouver to Montreal."

Cold Brew Review

By now I've finished off each can of Station Cold Brew, and I wouldn't hesitate to pick up another pack. Station is an awesome local brand that's environmentally conscious while providing quality products that are sure to wow your crowd.

Station Cold Brew Where to Buy

Check out their full product lineup here. 4 cans of Nitro will cost you $13.95 on Foodora. Because who doesn't need premium caffeine delivered to their door every now and then?

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  1. Thanks for your review. I picked up a 500 ml bottle of their cold brew concentrate. It tastes good, but noted, the neck/throat of the bottle is an egregiously bad design that doesn’t allow for a clean pour without leaking on the counter, even with a small funnel. Also noted ingredients: water, coffee, chicory. Chicory? Okay, I’ve used chicory, no particular distaste for it, but I thought I was buying coffee.

    1. Hi Stan! thanks for the reply. I would definitely alert the company to this flaw if you haven't already, I'm sure they have great customer service and would reimburse you for the issue. Yeah looks like chicory is last on the list (low concentration) and is used to boost that "roasted" flavour. If you don't have an allergy to it, wouldn't worry much. It's surprising how many hidden ingredients are in all our consumables to boost flavour! take care


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