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Due to the current climate, deliveries can take up to 5 working days.
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<£50 = £3.95 (2-3 working days)
>£50 = FREE (2-3 working days)
Mr Black is a Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur made in Australia from specialty-grade coffee
Glass. Ice. Pour. Drink. Maybe add a splash of milk or cream, if that’s your thing. If you’re feeling adventurous, try it in a cocktail.
You can find cocktail recipes HERE or check out our Instagram highlights.
Yes indeed. It’s made from real coffee, after all. One 30ml (1oz) pour of Mr Black contains 25-40% of the caffeine found in a single espresso.
Specialty coffee. Water. Vodka. Sugar. That’s it.
Mr Black has half the sugar and ten times the coffee concentration of other coffee liqueurs. Sugar is used to give a balance and mouthfeel normally associated with expertly made cocktails.
Yes. No animal derived products are used in the production of Mr Black.
Yes. Mr Black is certified Gluten Free from ALS Food Labs in Sydney, Australia.
Yes. Mr Black and our distillery has been certified Kosher by The Kashrut Authority of Australia & NZ (www.ka.org.au).
Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Liquor 25% ABV
Energy: 1208 kj / 100ml (360kj per 30ml / 1oz shot)
Protein 0.5g / 100ml
Total Fat <0.1g / 100ml
Carbohydrates: 27.9g / 100ml (8.4g per 30ml / 1oz shot)
Total Sugars: 25.1g / 100ml (7.5g per 30ml / 1oz shot)
Sodium: <5mg / 100ml
Yes, perfectly! It’s flavourless is a natural byproduct of our production process. We use no artificial flavourings or colourings in the production of Mr Black, and that occasionally results in a light sediment in the bottom of bottles.
There’s no expiration date but we bet it won’t last long! Best kept in the fridge.