When it comes to our morning cup of coffee, we like things just the way they are. Whether you add cream or sugar or you take yours black, it’s best if it stays the same morning after morning. But, Ocean Spray disagrees. They’ve decided to offer up a whole new method and their new mixture of cold brew and juice definitely has us intrigued. If you’ve ever wanted to combine juice and coffee, you are in luck.
Ocean Spray Brew is here to change the game. These brews come in cranberry lemonade and blueberry cranberry flavor and are made with real fruit juice. It sounds weird at first, but I do enjoy a good raspberry mocha. Maybe it’s something like that?
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New year, new you… new kind of Brew! Introducing NEW Ocean Spray® Brew, the best of both – refreshing juice and delicious cold brew coffee. In limited distribution, see if it's hit stores near you yet using our store locator and keep an eye out for both delicious flavors – Cranberry Lemonade and Cranberry Blueberry! Link in bio to find near you. #ColdBrewCoffee #OceanSprayBrew #IcedCoffee
According to the Ocean Spray website, these beverages are rich in vitamins C and B. The online reviews are positive so far, as the brews have been favorably compared with the Starbucks refresher drinks that we know and love. If you are looking for something to get you going in the morning and you need a coffee alternative, the good folks at Ocean Spray have definitely got you covered.
Products like these are great because of the evolution that takes place. We have already gone from “why the heck would anyone ever drink this?” to “let’s put it on the grocery list.” We are sure that it won’t be long before these brews start to become a staple in our fridge. Ocean Spray is thinking outside of the box here and they deserve to be rewarded for it.
Once the weather starts to heat up and you are in the process of looking for a new beverage, this could be the changeup that you need. Our morning routines could use a bit of variation, particularly with the stay-home orders in place. Do you know anyone who would jump to try this?SKM: below-content placeholder