Cold Brew Latte Dessert Bars
In ancient Rome, crushed ice was blended with fresh fruit and spices. China’s Yuan dynasty and the American founding fathers enjoyed the cool, refreshing flavors of sorbet. Long before there was electric refrigeration (or freezing, for that matter), there were sweet frozen treats to be savored. In the early years of the 20th century, a happy accident and the entrepreneurial spirit of an 11-year-old boy led to extensive enjoyment of frozen desserts on a stick, and by the mid-20th century, when household freezers became widespread, children across the country were in love with their portable frozen delights.
But frozen treats on sticks are not just for children, right? There are icy treats made with adults in mind, aren’t there? Of course there are. In 2017, when we’re nearly 20% of the way through the 21st century, Trader Joe’s is thrilled to introduce Trader Joe’s Cold Brew Latte Dessert Bars, the most delicious extension of modern American coffee culture we’ve tasted in a good, long time. Crafted with an adult’s taste buds in mind, coffee takes center stage – cold brew coffee is the first ingredient, and the robust flavors of that coffee make a rich first impression. The coffee is blended with ingredients you’d find in the best ice cream – things like cream, milk, and sugar – and meticulously mixed so that you taste coffee, then cream, then a sweet-but-not-too-sweet finish. It’s like a well-crafted latte from your neighborhood coffee house. Frozen. On a stick.
Enjoy Trader Joe’s Cold Brew Latte Dessert Bars as an afternoon snack or after-dinner dessert. Each Bar contains a mere 70 calories, so you can indulge without any real indulgence. We’re selling each 8.75 fluid ounce box of five Cold Brew Latte Dessert Bars for $1.99, making them a treat for your wallet as well as your palate. You’ll find them in our freezers.
Ingredients: Cold Brew Coffee (water, coffee), Sugar, Milk, Cream, Condensed Skim Milk, Whey, Egg Yolk, Guar Gum, Locust Bean Gum, Carrageenan, Coffee Extract, Xanthan Gum.