What is Nitro cold brew? How cold is it? Why?

What is Nitro cold brew? How cold is it? Why?

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  1. First, cold brew is coffee that is brewed at ambient or chilled temperatures (there is no industry standard for the temperature, just not hot) . Cold brew is far less bitter than typical drip or percolated product, but it also lacks the aroma of hot brew. It takes about 8-12 hours of steeping vs 3 minutes or so for hot brew. It requires about 1.5 times the amount of coffee grinds than hot brew for the same amount of water, and it is usually ground a bit coarser. To give it a creamy texture, nitrogen or nitrous oxide can be sparged into it (similar to carbonation, but the bubbles are smaller, so give a smoother mouth feel). Nitrogen is cheaper, but dissipates quickly (about 3 min), whereas nitrous oxide will stay in solution longer, especially if cream is used, but is a larger bubble (so it needs some sort of fat to be creamy) . Nitro cold brew is a coffee for those who like the roasted taste of coffee, but not the bitterness, and do not care about the aroma.

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  2. Beer, soft drinks, and ‘sparkling’ wine (like Champagne) are carbonated by dissolving carbon dioxide (CO2) into them at high pressure. They are bottled, or canned, under pressure. When you open the container and reliever the pressure, CO2 bubbles begin coming out of the liquid and floating up to the top, making them ‘fizzy’.
    One beer, Guinness, made in Ireland, is carbonated with nitrogen (and also CO2). Because nitrogen makes smaller bubbles. This gives Guinness a creamy, foamy head and a very smooth ‘mouthfeel’.
    So someone got the idea to try this with cold-brew coffee. Cold coffee, carbonated like a soft drink, with a foamy head like Guinness. Imagine that if you can.
    It’s not super cold. It’s served cold like soda or beer.
    Why? Well that’s a good question. A big chain of coffee shops, like Starbucks, always wants something new for people to try. There are certain businesses and products where you always want to offer something new, even if it’s the same old thing repackaged as something new. It also gives the customer more choice, more alternatives to the same old boring coffee.

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  3. nitro coffee is the coffee produced by mixing the cold brewed coffee with n2o, also known as nitrous oxide gas.
    First of all, I must state that the n2o gas does not have any role in the brewing process of the coffee, it is mixed with the brewed coffee. So why n2o gas? Because this gas is an invisible and odorless gas, it also does not cause a change in taste.

    What is Nitro cold brew? How cold is it? Why?

    As far as ı know It was first tried in 2012 at cuvée coffee in austin, texas. Since the result was better than they expected, they decided to develop the business further.
    The drinkers say the result is great. Especially with the effect of gas, Creamy foam looks very delicious.

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