Baileys Released a Cold Brew Coffee and Your Morning Just Got Better

Early morning commutes just got a little bit better. Drinking Baileys Irish Cream liqueur is usually frowned upon before your 9 AM meeting, however, this new canned non-alcoholic original Irish cream cold brew coffee makes it possible to enjoy the flavors of Irish Cream without drinking a sip of alcohol. And that's something we are very excited about.

The Baileys cold brew coffee cans first popped up on @CandyHunting, an Instagram page focused on sharing the newest of the new in the food world. The 11-ounce cans feature 100% Arabica coffee and come in two non-alcoholic flavors: Irish Cream and Salted Caramel. The Irish Cream goes for 230 calories while the Salted Caramel is only 170 calories.

Where to Find Baileys Cold Brew Coffee

The cold brew cans have already been spotted in popular grocery chain, Meijer and it looks to be added to other grocery stores across the United States very soon. But if you still can't find it in a store near you, the coffee drink is available for sale over at Amazon.

Find yourself across the pond and you might want to double-check the label. The brand released Baileys Iced Coffee in a can about two years ago for the UK market, and the cans look almost identical. With an abv of 4%, the canned spiked coffee comes in two flavors: iced coffee latte and iced coffee mocha. According to the Baileys European marketing manager, the product is sure to, "allow consumers to enjoy a mini moment of indulgence during casual get together with friends, both in and out of home"

If you love cold brew but aren't feeling like drinking Baileys, you might want to check out this other canned coffee beverage. Trader Joes sells Cold Brew Coconut Cream Lattes which are available in two delicious flavors: original and caramel spice and feature 100% Arabica coffee with coconut cream sourced from Indonesia and Sumatra, two regions are known for their coconuts.

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