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A New Take on an Irish Coffee

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I've just found out, via a Winit competition, there is a limited edition Guinness coffee (alcohol free) available to buy.

This really appeals to me, as I really like coffee and Guinness. Plus, I've enjoyed previous Guinness related food products.

This could be a fun Christmas present for lovers of coffee and beer. You can purchase it here - https://www.tikitonga.co.uk/

Roasted at 232Β°C – the same temperature as the barley used to brew Guinness – the coffee has notes of fruit and nut chocolate leaving you with a rich mouthfeel and a long-lasting distinguished chocolate finish.

Launched in the UK this week, 232 Brew can be used to make everything from an Americano to a Cappuccino and Flat White or even a Nitro coffee, creating a bitter sweet coffee almost identical to GUINNESS in appearance (though it contains no alcohol).

The coffee will be available at selected venues across the country including Flat Iron Square (London), Oasthouse (Manchester) and Brigadiers (London). It’s also available via the Tiki Tonga website. (source https://www.fdiforum.net/mag/launches/guinness-launch-limited-edition-coffee/ )

Does this appeal to you?

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ACR
7 months ago
What do you think of this?
blacklabrador
blacklabrador7 months ago

I'd give it a try, I imagine it would have a lovely strong depth to it.

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees7 months ago

Not a massive coffee fan (I'll drink it though) and not a Guinness fan (unless it's in a pie!) but I'd try it!

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Lynibis
Lynibis7 months ago

Oooh no, not my cup of tea at all, or should that be coffee......now give me the coffee with a slug of Baileys and I will be more than happy to oblige.

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ACR
ACR
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7 months ago

I like Baileys in coffee. It also works really well in hot chocolate πŸ˜‹

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Lynibis
Lynibis7 months ago

It certainly does ACR . I live very near a well known pier and at the end there used to be a bar/cafe where they sold hot chocolate with your choice of liqueur. Nothing much down there now and not really worth the trip.

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