Always looking to put a new spin on a cup of joe, infusing your coffee with a blast of nitrogen produces a thicker, more full-bodied, naturally creamy, frothy variation on java that has been picking up steam with fans for the past decade.
Of course, most of us don't have nitrogen injectors just lying around, so if we want our burst of nitro-fueled beans, we have to head over to a coffe shop and plunk down $4 or $5 a cup.
Fortunately, the Royal Brew Nitro Cold Brew Coffee Machine and Dispenser offers perfect cold brew with all the nitro effects done right from your own kitchen or office.
By injecting those nitrogen gas bubbles, the coffee takes on a smoother, sweeter, foam-like texture that many often compare to the taste of a thick beer like Guinness Stout. The Royal Brew was the original home nitro system based on dispensers used for stouts, creating a special gas blend and pressurized faucet valve to produce the iced, rich, heady brew on your own.
Just add your coffee, shake well, inject nitro cartridges, then put it back in the fridge for about 90 minutes and you're all set — just tap your keg and serve.
In addition to the 64 oz. keg and nitrogen holders, the whole system also comes with its own carry bag so you can take it anywhere.
Regular coffee gets diluted with water, milk, and sugar, which also cuts down on your beverage's caffeine potency. But nitro brewing makes the coffee so tasty it eliminates the need for additives like cream or sugar.
Right now, you can save almost $10 off the price of your own Royal Brew Nitro Coffee Maker and pick one up for just $170.99 while this deal lasts. Factor in the cost of Starbucks runs and this unit might even fully pay for itself after just a few months.
Prices are subject to change.
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