Speciality coffee roaster Seven Miles has brewed an on-the-go energy booster with the launch of its Nitro Black Coffee and Black Coffee in ready-to-drink (RTD) cold brew cans. 

Infused with nitrogen and brewed with cold-filtered water, the Nitro Black Coffee has a smooth texture while the Black Coffee has a refreshing strawberry, mint, and brown sugar flavour profile. 

Seven Miles CEO Jenny Willits said the company has been looking to develop RTD format drinks for years. 

“People want something that’s easy and convenient, something that they can pop in their bag or esky and enjoy at any time of the day when they feel like a pick me up,” said Willits. 

Operating in Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Orange and Wollongong, Seven Miles is one of the leading coffee producers in Australia with brands including Wilde, Cultivar, The Cat’s Pyjamas, and Gusto. 

Seven Miles Nitro Black Coffee and Black Coffee are available online on its website for RRP $19.00 per four pack.

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