The drink goes on sale, beginning April 2 for the suggested retail price of $3.75 per can, the company said in a press release announcing the new product.
The coffee is made, infused with nitrogen and canned at Ferris’ roasting facility, at 227 Winter Ave NW.
The flavor, described as naturally chocolaty, nutty, heavy bodied and sweet, is made with only Ferris coffee, sourced directly from Central and South America, and water.
“Our coffee team has tested small batches of kegged and bottled cold brew in our own cafes since 2014, and the response has been tremendous,” said Sam Mirto, Ferris’ director of coffee. “Now, after many experiments, we’ve landed on a recipe that we are excited to share with the greater community.”