Wake up and smell the coffee with Boost

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NI PUBLIC WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE WITH BOOST: A growing public demand for ready-to-drink chilled coffee led Boost Drinks to create and introduce two new 250ml cans of Iced Coffee to the NI market, and following a successful launch earlier this year, the brand now boasts the 3rd largest and fastest selling Iced coffee brand within the local independent convenience channel, in the region. Boost Iced Coffee Caffe Latte and Double Espresso are available across NI. Cookstown’s Kerry McIvor is pictured enjoying a Boost Iced Coffee in celebration of the successful product launch.

A growing public demand for ready-to-drink chilled coffee led Boost Drinks to create and introduce two new 250ml cans of Iced Coffee – Caffe Latte and Double Espresso – to the NI market.

And, following a successful launch earlier this year, the brand now boasts the third largest and fastest selling iced coffee brand within the local independent convenience channel, in the region.

It was found that over 79 per cent of 18-34 year olds have tried iced coffee before and nearly 20 per cent of 16-24 year olds are likely to choose ready-to-drink coffee over barista coffee.

This spurred the drinks company to meet the needs of people on-the-go who are looking for a refreshing caffeine fix.

Boost Drinks is not unknown for its success in NI and has celebrated multiple milestones since launching Boost Energy here in 2003.

The company owns the top two selling soft drinks in the local convenience sector.

“We couldn’t be happier with how our latest product launch has been received by the NI public,” said Boost Marketing Director Adrian Hipkiss.

“We introduced Boost Iced Coffee Caffe Latte and Double Espresso at the start of the year and the demand for the ready-to-drink coffee has been phenomenal.

“Boost Iced Coffee has been in development for a while now and is produced using exclusive techniques to ensure a smooth tasting quality product made from roasting Robusta and Arabica coffee beans from Brazil and Vietnam,” added Adrian.

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