12oz 8&R Collab 6 pack
12oz 8&R Collab 6 pack
We've teamed up with local Nashville coffee legends, 8th & Roast, to bring you a brew that is a match made in bean heaven! 🌻☕ It's like a backstage pass to the city's coffee scene, and you're about to experience it every sip.
The coffee used in this flash brew is 8th & Roast's Sunflower Espresso blend. It's got that smooth, medium body that hits all the right notes and has your taste buds doing a little happy dance. This coffee has flavors of rich dark chocolate, a subtle nutty toastiness, and a cherry finish - Y U M!
But here's the kicker – this blend isn't just any old coffee; it's a carefully curated masterpiece. Rich, sweet, and complex – it's like the James Bond of the coffee world. It can charm your taste buds all on its own, no milk needed, or it can be the star of the show in your favorite coffee creations.
So, whether you're sipping it at home, on your way to catch a flight at BNA, or adding a shot to your afternoon pick-me-up, our 8th & Roast collaboration is here to elevate your coffee game. Think of it as a little bit of Nashville's coffee magic in every can – and trust us, you won't want to miss it. ✨🎸
- no dairy
- no additives
"... it's so much more refreshing than cold brew and the taste and quality of the beans really shine through..."
Flash Chill vs Cold Brew
All of our coffees start with the highest quality beans and are ethically sourced. We care deeply about communities, farmers and all who process our coffee and we know you do too! So we only purchase coffee from the best sources. This includes the local roasters we have partnerships with. For example, all of our Bongo Java coffees are even fair trade certified.
Brewing coffee hot allows us to extract the most flavor from the beans. You know that really amazing pour over you gravitate toward at the coffee shop, that's how we start every batch before flash chilling.
Fast as lightning, we flash chill the freshly brewed coffee. This step is critical so that the coffee's flavor is preserved at the hight of it's extraction and the "cooking" process is stopped.
Flash Chilled vs Cold Brew
The difference is in the name.
COLD BREW: is brewed cold. Beans are immersed into room temp or cold water and set aside for a period of time. Usually 24 hours. The resulting flavor is often one-note, chocolately and an unpleasant bitterness. Cold brews are often diluted with water, dairy or sugar to balance the flavors.
FLASH CHILL: is brewed hot and rapidly cooled. We are able to create a variety of flavor profiles in our iced coffees simply based on the naturally occuring flavors of the coffee. These flavors come from the coffee cherries, processing style, and roasting. But you don't always want HOT coffee so flash chilling is our way of playing freeze tag to keep those flavors around.