This coffee news was too good not to share: Sponsored by Kahlúa, the number one coffee liqueur in the world, Rethink Food is opening up a pop-up coffee shop this month in Seattle, Denver, and Boston. The cafe will be a hyper-sensory experience where ticket holders will learn about Rethink Food’s charitable mission, meet local roasters in their area, and of course, try tasty cold brew and Kahlúa cocktails. All proceeds will benefit non-profit, Rethink Food.
“The Cold Brew trend is a celebration of everything we love at Kahlúa and reinforces our brands mission to make every day more fun. Kahlúa remains the number one coffee liqueur in the world and our support for the Cold Brew Café will give visitors a tangible way to celebrate the already natural and refreshing connection between the two.”
– Troy Gorczyca, Kahlúa Brand Director
What is Rethink Food?
Simply put, Rethink Food is a non-profit organization that transforms unused food from grocery stores, restaurants, and farmers markets into low or no-income meals for New York City families in need. It’s a wonderful way of reducing waste while helping those in need. I’ve actually donated to them a few times over the last two years.
Tickets are on sale for the Cold Brew Café starting today and can be purchased at www.rethinkcoldbrewcafe.com
- Pioneer Square, Seattle: Saturday, Oct. 13 – Sunday, Oct. 14
- River Arts North District, Denver: Saturday, Oct. 20 – Sunday, Oct. 21
- Back Bay, Boston: Saturday, Oct. 27 – Sunday, Oct. 28
A Taste of What You Can Expect
The pop-up may not be in your area, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a Kahlúa cold brew cocktail. Below are three Kahlúa recipes they shared with me that sound mighty delicious.
Cold Brew Martini
- 2 parts Kahlua
- 1 part Absolut Vodka
- 3 parts cold brew
Mule de Kahlúa
- 1.25 parts Kahlua
- .75 parts Altos tequila
- 3.5 parts ginger beer
Cold Brew Soda
- 1.5 parts Kahlua
- 1.5 parts cold brew
- 3.5 parts club soda