So pleased to be mentioned as an example of this growing movement to make products that appeal to men.
"Coffee shops have found a macho answer to sugary, flavored lattes: Cold-brewed coffee, steeped anywhere from 10 to 24 hours and typically served black and cold.
"Some [coffeehouses] put it in kegs. Some are even adding nitrogen so it pours like a Guinness, which is totally appealing to guys," says Darleen Scherer, co-owner of Gorilla Coffee Inc., which roasts its own coffee and sells it out of its Brooklyn, N.Y.-based coffee shop, as well as supermarkets in the Northeast.
Gorilla is relaunching its cold-brew coffee this spring. Her shelf-stable cold-brews, in red-and-black cartons with no-spill screw tops, launched in 2012 in 40 Northeastern stores, but supply couldn't keep up with demand, she says, so production stopped. She expects the product will return by March."
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