CHICAGO, IL, U.S. – Sōmrus — the world’s fastest growing line of India inspired liqueurs — announces Sōmrus Coffee Cream Liqueur, which joins Sōmrus Mango and Sōmrus Chai in the product line. Based on South India’s “kaapi,” Sōmrus Coffee Cream is made from coffee and chicory, together with real dairy cream from Wisconsin and quintuple distilled Caribbean rum.
The end result is silky and creamy, with rich roasted coffee notes, a hint of sweetness, and notable depth of flavor. Packaged in an eye-catching rose gold bottle, 13.5% ABV Sōmrus Coffee is gluten free and proudly made in the United States with all-natural ingredients.
Monica Badlani, partner and COO of the House of Sōmrus, says: “We started off creating recipes in our suburban Chicago kitchens with ingredients from India. Six years later, we are still one part humble homemade touch, one part global citizen, and one part gourmand.
Our goal is the same: to share the heritage, vivacity, and mysteries of India with the world. More than 83% of Americans drink coffee, and we hope more than a few of them will try Sōmrus Coffee!” Early reception has been enthusiastic: The Huffington Post got early wind of Sōmrus Coffee, and the story syndicated from the U.S. to Canada, Brazil, and beyond.
All Sōmrus cream liqueurs have a shelf life of 2 years, with no refrigeration required; the flavors can be enjoyed over ice, over ice cream, in coffee or tea, or mixed into a variety of cocktails (for ideas, visit this link). Sōmrus Coffee comes packaged 6 750mLs to a case, and each bottle bears an SRP of $24.99; the brand is currently distributed in 21 U.S. states, ships to virtually all 50, and is also sold in global duty free.