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Holiday Flavors are Back at White Bison Coffee

Holiday Flavors are Back at White Bison Coffee

It’s time to get into the holiday spirit, and there is no better way to fuel up than with a cup of cheer in hand. White Bison Coffee announced its holiday flavors — now available across Middle TN and North AL.

Holiday flavors include:

  • Guests will feel merry and bright with White Bison’s Holiday Cookie Latte. This holiday special is a delightfully buttery espresso latte that can be hot or iced with candied almond and vanilla notes topped with whipped cream and red sprinkles.
  • White Bison’s Ginger Snap Latte is the perfect mix of sweet and subtle with notes of ginger and cinnamon candy. Whether you like it hot or iced, guests will have it topped with whipped cream and a ginger graham cracker for added warmth.
  • For peppermint lovers, White Bison offers a Mint Mocha three ways– frappe, hot or iced. This drink includes a mellow minty chocolate with whipped cream and red sanding sugar. The 1883 Peppermint syrup has a cooling effect that pairs perfectly with Hollander Chocolate. The syrup and sauce pumps are stacked for optimal flavor as a hot or iced drink.
  • The annual tradition continues with White Bison’s Holiday Blend in a beautiful new bag. Guests can purchase medium roast retail beans or drip coffee featuring beans from Kenya and Ethiopia.

With so many options, guests will have a variety of treats to pick from to kick off their holiday festivities.

About White Bison Coffee:

White Bison Coffee offers specialty coffee that is directly sourced and crafted with care. White Bison’s meticulously curated café menu features a range of beverages from pour-over coffee and nitro cold brew to fine hot teas. Guests can also enjoy fresh pastries and flavorful breakfast and lunch items, including sandwiches, salads and wraps. Founded in 2017, White Bison Coffee currently has 15 locations in the Middle Tennessee area—including standalone locations in the Nations and 12th Ave. South areas of Nashville—and four locations in the North Alabama market.