Coffee company Break Fluid has partnered with beverage dispenser specialist Liquidline to introduce a new cold brew coffee machine to market.
The machine dispenses chilled, ready to drink coffee which is made from Break Fluid’s coffee bean ‘Fuel Injector’.
The nitro cold brew machine can be used in bars and restaurants as a way to cut cocktail making time in half, increasing bar efficiency and the speed at which venues can generate turnover. Bartenders will be able to access fresh coffee without the need to brew and cool hot coffee from a traditional machine.
Chris Mcardle, brand manager at Break Fluid said: “In fast paced environments like bars and restaurants, it’s vital to deliver a quick and efficient service to customers.
“We saw a gap in the market for a product that not only drives sales but also enhances customer experience by making the drinks arrive sooner, whilst also delivering a superior taste. Venues will now not need to rely on only experienced bar staff to guarantee speed.”
Using the latest technology, the drink is brewed without the use of heat and then poured through a pressurised valve straight to cup. The coffee can also be safely preserved for up to 6 months at ambient temperature due to the high oxygen foil barrier in the lining of the machine.
Alex Young, mixologist and representative of the UK in the World Cocktail Championship 2019, said: “Using a cold brew machine in my own cocktail bar, Ginger Viking, has massively improved the functionality of the bar environment.
“Not only does the coffee taste great, the options for incorporating it into alcoholic beverages is limitless. Customers who are looking to explore their options and try something new can have this incorporated into a drink based on whisky, rum, vodka, tequila or gin, making it a super easy and efficient piece of equipment.”
The Break Fluid Nitro Cold Brew machine measures 170mm wide, 560mm deep and 515mm high and is available for sale to hospitality venues or may be leased from £25 per month.