Beans About Coffee, Riebeek Kasteel - Fontein St - Restaurant

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Beans / June 26, 2019

The past couple of months have been a real adventure for us. Sleepless nights, cold brew daydreaming, recipe perfecting, roasting, delivering, and dreaming big with you in mind. We have spent many hours perfecting our nitro can recipe over and over, hoping to revolutionize the way you take your coffee hour. With that said, we are very proud to give you the amazing Punch in the Face Nitro Cold Brew Can. Our drink is not filled with weird or unknown ingredients, it's simple: nitrogen infused cold brewed coffee and water. Our drink is zero calories (win!), mouth-watering, creamy, and perfectly cold. We can't sell it online, because it needs to be delivered at a consistent temperature. So, we think it's time for you to get off your computer/phone/ipad and find a location near you. With all that said, here are a 12 recipes that you should try with your nitro can. Be sure to hit the share button below this blog post to share the goodness with your friends.

1. Amaretto Freeze: approx. 6 servings
Blend together until smooth:
4.5 cups coffee flavored ice cream or frozen yogurt
1 can Punch in the Face cold brew
6 ounces amaretto
3 ounces Kahlua
1.5 cups ice cubes
Top with whipped cream

2. Java Coconut Rumble: 3 servings
Blend together until smooth:
3 cups ice cubes
1 can Punch in the Face cold brew
1 cup coconut milk
2 tbsp. caramel sauce
2 tbsp. chocolate syrup
1 tsp vanilla extract
4 ounces dark rum
Top with whipped cream

3. Café cocoa moco: approx. 4 servings
Blend together until smooth:
1 can (12 oz) Punch in the Face cold brew
12 ounces coconut milk
3 ounces coconut cream
3 ounces chocolate syrup
3 cups ice cubes

4. Fresh Mint Iced Coffee
Add ice cubes to a glass (use coffee ice cubes for even more flavor!). Pour 3-4 tbsp. (to taste) mint syrup over the ice cubes, then add a can of Punch in the Face cold brew and stir in 4-5 tbsp. milk or cream. Top with some fresh mint leaves.

(To make the fresh mint syrup:
Combine 1 cup water, 1 cup sugar, 1 big bunch of fresh mint leaves (~ 3/4 cup), and 1 vanilla bean (seeds scraped out and pod) in a saucepan and heat over medium heat. Whisk constantly until the sugar dissolves and the mixture comes to a boil. Let it boil for about a minute, then reduce the heat and let it cool completely. Transfer it to a bowl or jar and let it come to room temperature then put it in the refrigerator overnight. Before using, strain out the mint leaves and vanilla pod. It will keep about a week sealed in the fridge.)