Draft Latte: The First Ever Iced Latte On Tap

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Before today, if you wanted an iced latte, you’d have to pull espresso, steam the milk, and cool it all down over ice. Those days are over.

Introducing Draft Latte, the first-ever iced latte on tap. Cold-pressed coffee and frothed milk come straight out of the keg into your glass, already cool, creamy, and ready to drink. Our CEO, Todd Carmichael, has spent months tinkering with the recipe and the technology up in his Coffee Lab at our Fishtown café.

He’s finally ready to share it, and let me tell you, it’s pretty mind-blowing.

This full-bodied latte is naturally sweet, with no added sugar. Possibly even more impressive than the great taste is the texture. For months, Todd has been talking about “mouth-feel” and we didn’t really get it until we tried the stuff. With every sip, the silky microfoam fills your palate, cold and creamy, like a sugar-free milkshake.

Okay look, I can’t explain it, you just have to come try it. Draft Latte is currently available at the Fishtown café on Frankford Avenue in Philadelphia, and will be rolling out to other cafes and cities in the next few months. Come in today to taste the iced latte to end all iced lattes.

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12 Comments on Draft Latte: The First Ever Iced Latte On Tap

  1. is there any chance the kegs will be available for retail sales?
    What kind of draft system will it be used on?


  2. I need this in my life!!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Can’t wait to get to this place and try it and all the other goodies I’ve read about.


  4. And this is different than the machines at Wawa, how? Just saying, they’ve had ice cold coffee drinks that look nearly identical to this for years now.


  5. With Hemp Milk hell yes please!


  6. Rebecca Marcen // June 24, 2015 at 8:19 am // Reply

    I just bought one of these 5 minutes ago, Gone! Fantastic! I hate sugar and this is just perfectly hint of natural sweet.


  7. Reblogged this on esspressotrips and commented:
    I would love to try this. Sounds Yummy! No sugar is a plus for me:)


  8. it is unnecessary to steam milk for an iced drink.


    • Iced lattes without frothed milk are so bland and basic. Frothing adds more body and texture to the iced latte. Any true coffee lover would find it a necessary step.


  9. It is a hit! This is in my book the coffee drink of the last few years. Had it at the New York Coffee Festival – more than once!


  10. Now in Washington, DC! Come and try it at our Blagden Alley or at our new Chinatown location (6th & Ist NW). I love to introduce this drink to our customers as the Iced latte reinvented. The Draft latte is just amazing, whoever has tried it knows exactly what I am talking about. I love to see our customers happy faces when they experience it for first time, it is great to know we drew those smiles in their faces.


  11. It is with bubbles?


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