3 New Cold Coffees from Keventers

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The Cinnamon, Hazelnut & Caramel flavors from Keventers are likely to make the consumers fall in love with cold coffees all over again – by keeping them alert during those hot work days

With the onset of summer, the food & beverage manufacturers in India are grabbing eyeballs by doling out new products – something cool and something healthy. The latest is renowned dairy brand Keventers.

The iconic milkshake-and-dessert-maker launched three new cold coffee flavors – Cinnamon, Hazelnut and Caramel. Cinnamon cold coffee is a fine blend of cinnamon and vanilla; Hazelnut is a classic cold coffee with a hint of hazelnut, while Caramel comes with a dash of caramel in signature cold coffee flavor. Keventers already produces classic cold coffee.

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Cold Coffees from Keventers

In a statement, Keventers Founder-CEO Agastya Dalmia said, “We have always been on the top of our game when it comes to satisfying the customers. We haven’t had an official summer season for the last two years and wanted to make sure that this year the customers get more of their favorites. Our new coffee flavors will keep you alert during those hot work days and make you fall in love with cold coffees all over again. We look forward to adding more flavors to our milkshakes and keep everyone wanting more.”

The new line has already been made available in the pan-Indian market from March 15. The price of Keventers’ cold coffees start from Rs 169 and they can be ordered on Swiggy and Zomato, with an assured door delivery within 30 minutes. Keventers offers a wide range of delicious milkshakes in the categories of ‘Classic’ (like Strawberry and Butterscotch), ‘Chocolate’ (like Mint Oreo Crumble and Choco Brownie), ‘Specials’ (like Bubblegum and Sitaphal) and ‘Flavors of India’ (Rasmalai and Kesar Badam). It also offers 6 types of Sundaes and 4 varieties of ‘Heatwarmers’ (hot coffees).

Set up in India in 1925 by Edward Keventer, a Danish dairy entrepreneur, Keventers became synonymous for milkshakes. However, it was acquired by Ram Krishna Dalmia in 1940 and then revived by Agastya Dalmia in 2015, along with his friends Aman Arora and Sohrab Sitaram. Keventers also produces toned milk, skimmed milk, full cream milk, butter, ghee and condensed milk powder. The brand has its presence in Nepal, UAE, Oman and Kenya as well.