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Draft Latte: The First Ever Iced Latte On Tap

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I would love to try this. Sounds Yummy! No sugar is a plus for me:)

The Daily Grind

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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.

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Author: esspressotrips

A devoted wife and dedicated mother of three. I enjoy cooking, baking and perfecting my personally developed recipes. Professionally, I am a Master Level Healthcare Administrator who promotes quality healthcare services. My mission is to ensure proper treatment for the "under-served" in our community. I have a passion for coffee and the experience it brings. When traveling, I seek out coffee houses that are off the beaten path, eclectic in nature, unique and present a serious love for the beans! DISCLAIMER: This is a personal website/blog, produced in my own time and solely reflecting my personal opinions. Statements on this site do not represent the views or policies of my employers, past or present, or any other organization with which I may be affiliated. All content are written and edited by me.

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