Every year that goes by, new trends emerge, and everyone looks to purchase the latest shiny object. From the sweeping TikTok movement of whipped coffee to the emerging popularity of flat white, we can expect more of the unexpected in 2021. As tough as it is to predict just how many different trends will come about, the coffee industry has shown a liking to a few new products & drink variations.
Are you looking to get ahead of the curve? Our team has gathered three of the most likely coffee trends to rise to the top in 2021. If you have any other ideas for the upcoming year, send us a message, and we’d be happy to add them to our list.
We all hope this year brings new light and positivity to the world, and coffee is always there to help.
Healthy Coffee Additives
As beneficial as the base bean of coffee may be, the amount of sugar and other add-ons often seen in specialty drinks has gotten out of hand. Fortunately, 2020 saw a reemergence of more natural options for coffee & caffeine lovers alike.
To name a few new trendy additives, we took a look at a few of the most popular natural selections to add to your brew. Three emerging options for coffee are mushroom coffee, turmeric coffee & collagen creamer.
We will be writing a full report on each of these additives soon, so stay tuned!
We can all agree having the same standard branded coffee every day is getting old. Here at Cupa Cabana, we are proud of our proprietary mix of coffee beans from around the globe. Many companies will jump on the bandwagon this year as a new array of international coffees have hit the market and haven’t looked back.
Turkish coffee and the famous (or infamous) Dalgona coffee, are both international blends that we predict will remain staples in 2021.
Quick & Easy Options
Most of us haven’t spent more time at home than we did in 2020. Now that we’ve all settled into our daily lockdown routines, we can expect more at-home brewing options to hit the shelves in 2021.
Instant coffee will continue its popularity, but canned coffee has also taken the reins. With Peet’s canned coffee leading the way, many predict “Ready-to-drink” coffee will take over a large market share for the coffee industry in the new year.