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Let Cask & Kettle Take Center Stage at Your Next Brunch

by Audrey Lee

Apr 23, 2021

Photo: Apres Beverages LLC

Products / Food/Drink

Move over mimosa: Spiked coffee from the Keurig is taking the spotlight at Sunday brunch. Cask & Kettle created the first ready-to-drink hot cocktails that brew with the perfect amount of booze for any special occasion.

 

Give your single-serve coffee machine a second life with four different alcoholic coffees and a spiked dry cider. Each coffee pod is made of liquid instead of the usual powder and has liquor from Temperance Distilling. The Irish Coffee clocks in at 76 proof with a buttery caramel roast and the perfect splash of Irish Whiskey. The Blonde Roast, Minty Patty Coffee and Spiked Dry Cider are mixed with vodka at 74, 76 and 50 proof, respectively. Tequila slides its way into the Mexican Brew for that extra kick in the morning or at night at a nice 60 proof.

 

             Photo: Apres Beverages LLC

These hot drinks use decaffeinated coffee to stay clear of any dangerous interactions. Each cocktail contains approximately 1 ounce of alcohol, along with flavor enhancers to make for a robust drink. These pop-and-go pods can be found in several physical locations around the Unites States or can be purchased easily online, but can only ship to a handful of states. Every flavor includes five pods for $14.99, with free shipping on orders of 12 or more.

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