Latte artist a hit at cold brew festival in London

A festival dedicated to cold brew coffee was held in London. The new coffee trend brought smiles to the faces of festival attendees. Cold brew artists from different regions showcased their smoothest drinks.

Richard Clark, co-founder of Frank and Earnest Coffee spoke about the difference between cold brew and regular brewed coffee, “No, I mean caffeine-wise very high in caffeine. So in comparison to say a filter coffee, almost twice as much caffeine.”

Some baristas served coffee like beer at a bar. Even latte art was on display from an award winning latte art champion.

 
 
 
 
 

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