Southwest Airlines announced it has added the Community Coffee’s Espresso + Cream iced coffee to its in-flight beverage menu and it’s likely to be a hit.
In a new press release, Southwest Airlines unveiled new coffee offerings during its in-flight service. Through a partnership with Community Coffee, the Texas-based airline will now offer a unique espresso-themed iced coffee on flights for $4.
“The coffee options inflight at Southwest Airlines just got even cooler with Community Coffee’s Espresso + Cream iced coffee available on board for Customers to purchase for $4. Community Coffee has been the official inflight coffee of Southwest Airlines since 2016, and we are excited to welcome this new drink on board – especially after learning from Mintel that 42% of Gen Z consumes cold coffee. Espresso + Cream will be served on 4,000 flights per day, spanning over 100 destinations in 42 states as well as Puerto Rico, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean”SWA Press Release
Community Coffee is the largest family-owned coffee business in the United States and their Espresso+Cream is well regarded by many. Base in Lousiana, Community Coffee has been operating since 1919 and has seen over four generations of coffee roasters over its storied history.
Previously, Southwest Airlines passengers in search of an iced coffee would have to make the concoction on their own by asking for a cup of ice with their hot coffee. Now, coffee purists will have access to a true iced coffee blend for a relatively reasonable price.
Have you looked at the ingredients list. Too many chemicals.