Cafe Virtuoso Signature Organic Nitro Cold Brew Now Available on Tap!

August 15, 2017

Cafe Virtuoso Signature Organic Nitro Cold Brew

We’re so excited to announce that our Cafe Virtuoso Signature Organic Nitro Cold Brew is now available to be served on tap, not only in our Barrio Logan cafe, but will also be showing up at many of the locations that already serve Cafe Virtuoso coffee!

You’ll also start to see our cold brew in many new restaurants and other locations that have taps throughout San Diego and Orange County that haven’t served our coffee before, but are in love with our full-bodied toddy-processed cold brew coffee infused with nitrogen, making it extremely creamy and smooth.

Cold brew coffee has become incredibly popular throughout the country over the last few years. Not to be confused with iced coffee (as that is brewed as hot coffee or espresso and poured over ice to rapidly chill), cold brew is coarsely-ground coffee that is steeped in water at room temperature or in cold water for 12 to 24 hours. The main reason why so many people enjoy cold brew is that this method produces a very smooth and easy-to-drink coffee, has very low acidity, and nicely showcases the coffees typically chosen for this brewing method, which tend to have chocolaty, malty, and caramelly flavor characteristics.

If your business is interested in serving our organic Nitro Cold Brew on tap, or if you have any questions, please contact us.

Contact Info

Laurie Britton – CEO/Founder

Rigo Hernandez – Business Development

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Rigo Hernandez

Business Development
One of the founding members of Fair Trade San Diego, Rigo has been in the specialty coffee industry for over 20 years, working in all facets from sales, service, and delivery, to education and training. The only other thing that he loves to spend time with as much—other than his family of course —is his fishing pole. When not working, you’ll find him most days out on a boat reeling in his dinner.

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