Houston Bakery Helps Customers Beat the Heat this Summer

New Frappes from Three Brothers Bakery.

“Our new drink offerings are the perfect complement to our scratch-made desserts,” says Bobby Jucker, Three Brothers Bakery co-owner and fifth generation baker.

The Houston heat is here to stay and Three Brothers Bakery has a perfect refreshing new lineup of beverages to help Houstonians stay cool this summer. The Three Brothers Bakery coffee program debuted during the fall of 2016 and currently features beans roasted in-house. This month, the bakery is rolling out new iced beverages including house-made tea syrups, inventive frappes, lemonade sodas and vanilla crème sodas. Jack Babin, roast master and coffee saucier and Bobby Jucker, fifth-generation baker and co-owner of Three Brothers Bakery, collaborated to create the new beverage offerings.

Frappe flavor options include Fig Mascarpone, Horchata and Thunderdome. The Thunderdome features cold brew coffee with an extra shot of house-made vanilla syrup, blended with milk and ice and topped with a double shot of espresso. The Horchata is made from toasted rice, toasted pecans and Vietnamese cinnamon blended with milk and ice. The Fig Mascarpone frappe features homemade fig preserves and Mascarpone cheese, blended with milk and ice and topped off with whipped cream. Coffee is optional in both the Horchata and Fig Mascarpone frappe. These new flavors join the existing frappe and latte menu, which includes favorites like Dark Chocolate, Vanilla, Salted Caramel, Anise with Cardamom Vanilla and Hazelnut.

New tea flavors include Pomegranate, Huckleberry Lemon and an extra fruity flavor called Triple Black, a blend of blackberry, black raspberry and black currants. Lemonade soda flavors include Triple Black, Pomegranate, Lime and Strawberry, Pomegranate and Blueberry Mint. All syrups are house-made and can be mixed between tea and lemonade, so customers are able to come up with their own inventive flavor combination.

“Our new drink offerings are the perfect complement to our scratch-made desserts,” says Bobby Jucker, Three Brothers Bakery co-owner and fifth generation baker. “The coffee program was originally created for our customers to enjoy a new product we care deeply about, and now we are able to really get creative and introduce new, exciting drink items to our customers. Everyone knows it’s hot in Houston, so we want to be the place where customers can come enjoy a gourmet coffee, iced tea or refreshing frappe, along with any of our other sweet treats.”

The bakery’s new drink items are the perfect indulgence and respite from a hot summer day. Three Brothers Bakery is excited for Houstonians to try their tasty new way to take on the heat.

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