Cafe Latte is the newest addition to Monster Energy’s coffee lineup.
The beverage offers Monster’s kick along with the rich, creamy texture of a gourmet latte, the Corona, California-based company said.
Monster is calling Java Monster Cafe Latte a beverage “for those of us who love their coffee the classic way. Coffee forward with the right amount of cream and sugar, then supercharged with the Monster Energy blend. Coffee done the Monster way, wide open, with a take-no-prisoners attitude and the experience and know-how to back it up.”
Dan McHugh of Monster Energy said the ready-to-drink offering is “yet another fierce addition to our fan-favorite Java Monster lineup. The Cafe Latte was inspired by the active person who craves the authenticity of a coffeehouse latte on the go. Our formula specialists took on the task and created a premium latte that delivers on taste, texture, and experience.”
Each 15-ounce can of Java Monster Café Latte has 220 calories, 200 milligrams of caffeine and 38 grams of sugar “that tastes great and leaves you ready to take on whatever the day throws your way,” Monster said.
The beverage is available nationwide in convenience and grocery stores.
Based in Corona, California, holding company Monster Beverage Corp.’s subsidiaries develop and market various types of energy drinks under multiple brands including Monster Energy, Monster Energy Ultra, Juice Monster Energy + Juice, Java Monster, Rehab Monster, Monster Hydro, Monster Energy Nitro, Reign Total Body Fuel, Reign Inferno, Reign Storm, NOS, Full Throttle, BPM, BU, Burn, Gladiator, Live+, Mother, Nalu, Play and Power Play, Relentless, Samurai, Ultra Energy, Predator and Fury. The company’s subsidiaries also develop and market still and sparkling waters under the Monster Tour Water brand name. Its subsidiaries also develop and market craft beers, hard seltzers and flavored malt beverages under a number of brands, including Jai Alai IPA, Dale’s Pale Ale, Dallas Blonde, Wild Basin hard seltzers and The Beast Unleashed.
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