One thing is for sure and that is that the pandemic amplified the rise of the at home barista. The trend shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise with the sheer amount of people who love to drink coffee and the months or years they spent unable to indulge at their local coffee shop – what else could we expect to happen.
Now, while the French press fanatics and pour over lovers are probably here to stay there’s been no stopping the general public from falling back into their old ways, visiting their favourite coffee shops for a fix but people do still like to be able to dabble in recreating their outlandish drink dreams at home with syrups, sweet cream and artisan ice cubes – one quick browse of #drinktok and you’ll see what we mean.
So this year, why not lean into the trend and offer your favourite customers a little slice of sweetness and help them out with their Christmas shopping.
Sweetbird At Home syrups are perfect for coffee shops to sell to customers wanting to enjoy their favourite Sweetbird syrups, in either hot or cold drinks, conveniently at home. They also make a great seasonal gift, just in time for the holidays. In eye-catching pink shelf-ready boxes of six 250ml bottles, available in a range of classic flavours.
They are the perfect ingredient to use with milk alternatives for hundreds of tasty vegan-friendly recipes from lattes and hot chocolates to milkshakes and frappés,
They are also available in sugar-free, so you can give customers all the taste and sweetness they crave, without the sugar. There are three much-loved flavours available – salted caramel, vanilla and hazelnut. Each one tastes as delicious as the original, meaning there’s absolutely no need to compromise on flavour.
Made in Bristol and registered with The Vegan Society, they are full of taste, and little else; you’ll find no artificial colours and definitely no GMO’s.
To help share this information and kick-start sales for your own customers, we’ve got plenty of downloadable marketing support material available including fact sheets and posters – you’ll find it all in our Resources section.