South Coast Distillery Cold Brew Coffee 500ml

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The best coffee liqueur we have tasted - not too sweet - not too bitter! South Coast Distillery's outstanding coffee liqueur, cold brewed with their vodka using beans roasted within 5km of the distillery at Verona Coffee. Gently sweetened with natural cane sugar, allowing the delicate complexity of the coffee’s natural flavours to shine.

Perfectly formed to enjoy neat, deliciously decadent poured over ice cream, and will make your espresso martinis top notch!

A carefully selected blend of coffee beans, sourced from three renowned origins:

Colombia - Pitalito. Full-bodied with dark chocolate, butterscotch and cherry notes.
Panama - Boquete. Creamy nut flavours with rich caramel toffee and a cinnamon undertone.
Brazil - Minas Gerais. Rich hazelnut milk chocolate with subtle hints of black currant.

Awards
Silver - 2020 Tasting Australia Spirit Awards

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Additional Details

SKU:
13826-NGB-UNIT
Region:
Illawarra
Style:
Cold Brew Liqueur
Varietal:
Coffee Liqueur
Size:
500
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
22

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