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article imageBaristas Coffee Company announces 'adults-only' ice cream line

By Layne Weiss     Apr 5, 2012 in Food
Baristas Coffee Company has announced plans to develop a line of adults-only ice cream, which features caffeine and white coffee, the Huffington Post reports.
According to a spokesman for the brand, the ice cream offers a "sophisticated taste intended for the cultivated palette."
The company plans to release the line's first four flavors throughout New York City this summer, The Huffington Post reports.
"We are very excited to launch the Baristas branded ice cream line into such a large market like New York City," Barista CEO Barry Henthorn expressed in a press release.
"We believe that our unique brand and flavors will be well received in the marketplace," he continued. "The company plans to commit additional capital toward a marketing budget to fully support this launch. We are very pleased to be working with a world-class distribution company to assist us in both the launch and the building of our brand."
Baristas wil be joining forces with New York based ice cream and frozen foods company, Calip Dairies Inc.
Calip Dairies owner Martin Kelly commented on the distribution agreement with Baristas:
"We are approached by hundreds of companies each year to develop and distribute their product line and our very selective; only looking for products that are distinctive and show great potential. When we met with the team at Baristas, we knew immediately that the brand was special, and the executive management team was capable of a successful launch. We look forward to working with Baristas, and developing a product line that will be well received in the marketplace."
Baristas beverages are currently sold in the Seattle area, Texas, Florida, and Montana.
Calip Dairies distributes popular ice cream products such as Nestle, Haagen Dazs, Skinny Cow, Edy's, Ciao Bella, and more.
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