Hot coffee trend at Clarion Hotel Sign

By on October 6, 2017

It is the hottest trend in the coffee industry, spreading like a wildfire all over the world. Now it comes to Clarion Hotel Sign in Stockholm. It’s about Nitro Coffee – a cold brewed coffee which is pressurized with nitrogen and served on tap.

– A unique, exciting taste experience that fits well as it is or in coffee drinks and cocktails. It’s great fun to offer our guests something that’s both good, new and trendy, says Anna Haxne, Food & Beverage Manager at Clarion Hotel Sign.

Nitro Coffee is brewed with fresh, ice cold water and then pressurized with nitrogen. The result becomes a velvety coffee without bitterness, covered with a soft creamy foam, much like a stout.

First out
On the coffee roaster Löfbergs, which was the first in Stockholm with Nitro Coffee at its coffee shop at Kungsgatan in 2016, it is noted that the interest grows.

– The trend is from the United States, now we see that interest is increasing in Sweden as well. We get many curious questions from coffee shops and hotels. Clarion Hotel Sign is first in Stockholm among our customers, says Anna Nordström, coffee expert at Löfbergs.

Sustainability thinking
Löfberg’s Nitro Coffee is made from organic arabica beans from Sidamo in Ethiopia. Coffee is brewed with fresh, cold water for 16 hours, giving a sweet and round coffee flavor. It is available both as original and flavored with organic licorice root.

– We share Löfberg’s sustainability thinking and appreciate that their Nitro Coffee is organic. It is a good idea to offer a sustainable bar with organic raw materials and a clear effort to reduce organic waste, says Anna Haxne.

Clarion Hotel Sign is Stockholm’s largest hotel. The spectacular building in the city center is designed by the Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh. At the hotel’s restaurant, Kitchen & Table Norrmalm by Marcus Samuelsson, the guest meets a cultural and culinary experience, inspiring flavors from multicultural Manhattan, combined with influences from the Nordic traditional cooking techniques. Guests can of course also enjoy really nice and trendy coffee.

Helena Olofsson, Food & Beverage | Stockholm