After the Vanilla Frappé from Java House I tasted the Arabica Frappé. This is another cold brew coffee. I just started to realise that cold brewing delivers a completely different and often a stronger taste that can stick in your mouth for a longer time. This frappé just made to my list of ‘I enjoy drinking’.
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- Manufacturer: Java House
- Energy: 252 kJ / 60 kcal per 100 ml
- Fat: 0.9 g of which 0.6 g saturates
- Carbohydrate: 11 g of which 11 g is sugar
- Protein: 1.8 g
- Salt: 0.04 g
- Caffeine content: NA
- Packaging: 300 ml HDPE bottle
- Recycling information: the stores buys the bottle back, so they recycle it.
- Added Es: NA
- Where did the coffee grow: NA
- Recommended preparation: Serve chilled. Shake well.
When I first looked at the bottle closer I found this interesting simple drawing an it. It demonstrates how they make this coffee. First step is to roast the coffee beans.
After the roasting they grind the coffee. Of course they won’t share the grinding size or any roasting information. Next step is to brew the coffee in a half day at around 5 ℃.
Then they add milk and bottle it up. Enjoy.
Do you see that sticker on the bottle? They want all these bottles recycled, so they pay you when you return the bottle. Why would you do it? It is simple, you paid for it the same amount when you bought it.
I really like the taste of the coffee so I do not mind if its taste sticks in my mouth for a while. Of course only if it is a good taste. This frappé from Java House has a really nice flavour. Now that I was paying more attention to it I realised the taste might be from the cold brewing. I will search for more cold brew coffees on the shelves.
Compared to the Vanilla Frappé from Java House the aftertaste of this coffee is more natural.
Where to buy
- In Europe so far I only met with it in Kaufland. As they are manufactured in the Netherlands and also there is French text on the packaging it must be available in other countries. I’ll keep my eyes open.
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