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Coffee fix for many turning into a caffeine cold shot

This summer, coffee aficionados could well be heading to their local cafes not for steaming lattes but in search of some cool caffeine relief.

Story by Buffy Gorrilla
 

Cold brew coffee charged with nitrogen is becoming a popular addition to coffee shop menus.

And what makes this beverage different are the tiny bubbles and creamy head. 

Buffy Gorrilla takes stock of a growing trend in this audio report.

Featured are:

► Tim Page-Walker; brewer and founder of Coffee Keg

► Brian Beardsmore; managing director of Sovereign Quality Services

► Kieran Pates; head barista, Axil Coffee Roasters

► Mike Sullivan; green buyer, Aunty Peg’s

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