• Made using the Bickford’s signature blend of essence of coffee, chicory and the addition of caramel or chocolate, the syrups contain no preservatives and the new flavours contain 10% less sugar than the original Iced Coffee Syrup. Source: Bickfords Group
    Made using the Bickford’s signature blend of essence of coffee, chicory and the addition of caramel or chocolate, the syrups contain no preservatives and the new flavours contain 10% less sugar than the original Iced Coffee Syrup. Source: Bickfords Group
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Bickford’s Premium Iced Coffee Syrup range is about to triple in size with the addition of two new flavours: Caramel and Mocha.

The new flavours are vegan friendly, gluten free and can be enjoyed served over milk and ice or with ice cream for a sweet treat.

Bickford’s Iced Coffee Syrups originated more than 100 years ago in 1919, and were originally used as a pick-me-up in the post-war era when coffee was in short supply. It was originally branded as Our Jack with a kookaburra on the label.  

Bickford’s group sales and marketing manager Chris Illman said: “These syrups are the ultimate indulgence and we’re happy to report they’re also vegan friendly and gluten free so they can be enjoyed with any milk, or ice cream, of your choice.”

Made using the Bickford’s signature blend of essence of coffee, chicory and the addition of caramel or chocolate, the syrups contain no preservatives and the new flavours have 10 per cent less sugar than the original Iced Coffee Syrup.

Bickford’s Premium Iced Coffee Syrups are available in independent retail stores, select Coles and Woolworths stores nationwide and through Sippify for RRP $7.

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