Bounce Nitro Boost

—A New Star is Born!

Years  in the making, Bounce Nitro Boost is our newest refreshing coffee drink. The Nitro stands for the nitrogen infused ice-cold brew to give a rich and smooth mouthfeel like no other.

Bounce Nitro Boost—

While Bounce Nitro Boost is by definition a cold brew coffee, it’s not just regular iced coffee. Raoul, our master roaster, tells us how it’s made and why it’s different than iced coffee.

Put simply, Nitro Cold Brew coffee is brewed in the fridge and in cold water over 12 to 24-hour brew time, depending on weather/seasonal conditions. It, of course, depends on the recipe, and, importantly, it’s done to taste. Because it’s made with cold filtered water, it is generally a bit mellower, and tastes more rounded out, so there’s more of a full body.

The nitrogen effect also cuts the acidity that is connected with traditional cold brew, making it easier on the stomach. And so, in the main, cold brew coffee produces  a more sweeter and smoother coffee.

In short, whereas draft coffee comes straight from the tap, Bounce Nitro Boost is cold brew coffee that is infused with nitrogen. Similar to a soda fountain, nitrogenized cold brew coffee is extra smooth to give it a rich, creamy head, similar to nitro draft beer like Guinness. Bounce Nitro Boost, infused with nitrogen, extracts sweet flavors and a smooth finish from the coffee.

This is the effect of nitrogen bubbles being smaller in size than those of carbon dioxide, making it harder for the nitrogen in coffee to dissolve in the water and resulting in a beverage with a thicker “mouthfeel.

What Is Nitro Cold Brew Coffee?

While Bounce Nitro Boost is by definition a cold coffee, it’s not just regular iced coffee. Raoul, our master roaster, tells us how it’s made and why it’s different than iced coffee.

Put simply, Nitro cold brew coffee is brewed in room temperature and cold water over a 24-hour brew time. It, of course, depends on the recipe, and, importantly, it’s done to taste.

Because it’s made with cold water, it is generally a bit mellower, and tastes more rounded out, so there’s more of a full body and a little acidity than iced coffee

How Bounce Nitro Boost is Made?

Bounce Nitro Boost is released through a pressurized valve with tiny holes. As high pressure forces the cold brew past a disc, it produces a creamy, stout-like effect.

How Does it Taste?

“Smooth, clean, lovely cold coffee,” Raoul says. There’s a cool factor to a nitro pour when you see the coffee cascading. It also creates a much silkier mouth feel when you drink it.

How Is It Served?

Straight from the tap. The whole cascading of the coffee is just beautiful, really.

Why Now?

Years in the making, we’re finally satisfied with the outcome. We’re thrilled and excited to catch up with what we believe to be one of the biggest coffee trends worldwide. We simply couldn’t afford denying our die-hard coffee lovers with that coffee marvel.

Nitro Cold Brew—How much does it cost?

Nitro Cold Brew is expensive to produce, more so than your normal cup of coffee. However, while our competitors will charge you an extra dollar for the same size of coffee, here at Bounce, we won’t.

Why You Should Try Nitro Cold Brew?

If you’re a Bounce coffee die-hard—and especially if you aren’t yet—you should. With or without milk—you’ll probably love it,” Raoul says.