Veteran’s coffee brand launches new range

Australian veteran-owned coffee start-up Twentyfive Four has unveiled a new range of ‘Gunfire’ coffees to coincide with Anzac Day.

Cold pressed ready-to-drink coffee is made from single-origin coffee beans from Colombia that are aged in rum and whiskey barrels. It contains no added sugar and is free of preservatives.

The term “Gunfire” comes from an Anzac tradition of drinking tea or coffee washed down with rum, often enjoyed by troops before entering battle. It is also eaten as a toast to lost comrades before dawn on April 25.

“As a brand, we wanted to not only brew delicious, high-quality coffee products, but also operate in a way that would inspire conversation about the role of our veterans and the challenges they face upon returning home. to life after service,” Kyle said. Arnold, former Australian Navy clearance diver and founder of Twentyfive Four.

“With 13 of the founding team’s veterans, we had a vision to honor the significance of Anzac’s past, present and future, creating a product that both modernizes the coffee drinking experience while honoring our veterans and the important role coffee has played in the history of our armed forces,” he said.

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The Gunfire product line includes a Gunfire ‘Traditional’ 12-pack of cold pressed coffees ($59.95) with refreshing floral notes and a hint of white rum with traces of vanilla and honey.

The Gunfire ‘Reviver’ 12-Pack Cold Pressed Coffee ($59.95) contains traces of caramel, tangerine, molasses and a hint of whiskey.

The Gunfire Traditional Single Origin Coffee Bean 200g ($23.95) features notes of chocolates and raisins with an aroma of rum. It can be enjoyed in espresso, long black coffee or filter coffee.

Gunfire Traditional Single Origin Coffee Bean 200g ($23.95) promotes a balance of honey and fortified wine along with a rich whiskey aroma. It is best enjoyed as a long black or an espresso.

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