GUINNESS LAUNCH LIMITED-EDITION COFFEE TO GIVE RUGBY FANS AN EARLY MORNING BOOST
GUINNESS has partnered with Brad Barritt’s Tiki Tonga Coffee Roasters to create a new coffee, ‘232 Brew’, perfect for early morning kick-offs ● Inspired by GUINNESS, the coffee beans are roasted at 232°C - the same temperature as the barley used to create Guinness.
Inspired by a shared passion for rugby, GUINNESS and Tiki Tonga, founded by current Saracens captain and former British and Irish Lions player, Brad Barritt, have created a limited-edition coffee called ‘232 Brew’. The delicately balanced, full bodied coffee has been launched to give rugby fans across the country the perfect start for those early morning kick-offs.
Roasted at 232°C - the same temperature as the barley used to brew GUINNESS – the coffee has notes of fruit and nut chocolate leaving you with a rich mouthfeel and a long-lasting distinguished chocolate finish. ‘232 Brew’ contains no alcohol.
Launching in the UK on 23rd September, ‘232 Brew’ can be used to make everything from an Americano to a Cappuccino and Flat White or even a Nitro coffee available at Tiki Tonga Coffee Roasters (Hertfordshire) – creating a bitter sweet coffee almost identical to GUINNESS in appearance.
The delicious blend will be available for coffee connoisseurs and rugby fans alike to purchase on the Tiki Tonga website meaning everyone can sample the brew from the comfort of their own home while enjoying live coverage from Japan.
The blend is also available at selected venues across the country including Flat Iron Square (London), Oasthouse (Manchester) and Brigadiers (London) meaning rugby fans can get set for mornings no matter where they are.
In addition to this launch of ‘232 Brew’ GUINNESS will, in partnership with Flat Iron Square, open the only central London venue to screen every game live from Japan. The iconic London venue will undergo a GUINNESS inspired makeover before opening its doors to fans from every nation – offering supporters a viewing experience like no other.
Great flavour and has become the favourite coffee of my household
Great to hear Steve!
Pairing coffee with Guinness is genius; wonderfully deep, dark, rich coffee.
Tiki Tonga does amazing coffee but this is the best I’ve tried so far!