Frequently Asked Questions
We get it. There's really nothing else like Happy Coffee out there. Here are some answers to the questions we get most often...
Where can I buy Happy Coffee?
Happy Coffee is available in PA, NJ, NY, DE, MA, CT, VA, and TX. Hit our Find Us page to find a location near you. (Note: NJ, NY, DE, MA, CT, VA, and TX locations will be announced during the week of 11/29/21)
Don’t see us near you? Shoot us a note, and we’ll do our best to make our way to your market as soon as possible!
What are the ingredients in Happy Coffee?
Happy Coffee is made with cold brew (coffee, filtered water), alcohol from cold-fermented cane sugar, brown sugar, natural flavors and monk fruit juice. We use 100% Colombian coffee in our cold brew. Our product is also nitrogenated, instead of carbonated, for a smooth pour and mouthfeel similar to your favorite stout beers.
Honestly, it tastes amazing. Try one sip and we think you'll agree.
What are the nutritional facts for Happy Coffee?
One 16oz can of Happy Coffee is 130 calories, 5g of carbohydrates, 3g of sugar and 5.2% ABV. Compare that to a 16oz seasonal beer or to the other Hard Coffee’s in the market, which are typically around 200-300 calories and 20-30g of carbohydrates. As we like to say – “Rich in taste like your favorite seasonal beer. Low in calories like your favorite hard seltzer.”
How should I drink Happy Coffee?
We recommend you pour the drink "hard" into a 16oz glass or mug, for the full "nitro" sensory experience. See the video below for an example.
Is Happy Coffee Gluten-Free?
Yes, our product is 100% naturally gluten-free.
Is Happy Coffee Dairy-Free?
Yep, completely dairy-free.
How much caffeine is in each can of Happy Coffee?
Each can of Happy Coffee is about a quarter cup of coffee, or ~20mg of caffeine. We intentionally formulated our drink to be low in caffeine, for a smooth and balanced buzz.
Where is your coffee sourced from?
Our coffee is sourced 100% from Colombia, from a number of small farms. The average farm size is about 4.5 hectacres. The elevations of the farms vary from about 900 MSL to 2,000 MSL.
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