Seasonal RTD cold-brew, pumpkin spice oat milk latte
Chameleon Cold-Brew offers seasonal plant based options
This September, Chameleon Cold-Brew, the organic cold brew brand and one of the original purveyors of bottled cold brew coffee, debuts its first-ever seasonal coffee products, Pumpkin Spice Oat Milk Latte and Gingersnap Oat Milk Latte.
The multi-serve lattes offer a not-too-sweet alternative to indulgent holiday drinks, combining Chameleon’s super smooth, meticulously-crafted organic cold brew coffee with organic, dairy-free oat milk.
The Pumpkin Spice features organic cold brew blended with oat milk and warm fall flavours, while the Gingersnap’s cinnamon, nutmeg and molasses notes remind consumers of the classic holiday cookie. Both blends offer a plant-based option for consumers looking for a high-quality, nostalgic seasonal drink that also showcases Chameleon’s exceptional coffee standards.
“We’re thrilled to introduce our first limited edition seasonal cold brew lattes this fall,” said chief product officer Matt Swenson in a press release. “These two flavours deliver Chameleon’s signature cold brew taste with a delicious holiday spin.”
Like all Chameleon Cold-Brew products, the seasonal flavours feature their sustainably grown and ethically sourced coffee. Both seasonal offerings are blended with organic and gluten-free oat milk, which is an ideal dairy-free alternative due to its smaller environmental footprint in relation to nut-based milks — a reflection of Chameleon’s commitment to long-term sustainability.
The Pumpkin Spice and Gingersnap Oat Milk Lattes will be available at Target and Whole Foods Market nationwide starting in September.
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