Smooth as velvet, Cold as ice.
It's coffee, but not as you know it.
NESCAFÉ® Azera® Nitro is coffee but not as you know it. Super smooth, velvety and served as an extra cold refreshment.
So, what is nitro coffee and why is it different?
Nitro coffee is different in the way it’s made, the way it tastes and the way it looks.
Put simply, its cold coffee infused with nitrogen. Adding nitrogen to coffee has pretty cool results making coffee smoother and creamier. It also creates an exciting cascading effect leaving nitro looking like a frothy, non–alcoholic beer!
So how do you make nitro coffee?
You add nitrogen! Nitrogen has been used in several types of beverages for a long time – for example it is added to beers such as Guinness to give them their characteristic look and taste. In fact – once nitrogen is added to coffee it looks similar to beer with the same cascading effect, and thick crema on top, only it is coffee instead! Read more about how nitrogen-infused coffee has conventionally been made so far here.
Ultimately, nitro coffee provides ice cold refreshment that is creamy, smooth and a more exciting way to enjoy coffee.
Why is nitro coffee important?
The coffee category is bursting at the seams with new tastes, textures and methods as consumers increasingly demand unique, innovative and experiential products. Cold coffee is one of the fastest growing trends in the beverage market*.
Read more about why nitro coffee is important here.
*Source: Google Internal Data, U.S., U.K., Spain, Mexico, April 2011 to March 2017