Iced Coffee Original

Sproud to-go, with a double shot of Fairtrade espresso

Our grab-and-go vegan iced coffee is made with a double-shot of espresso from certified Fairtrade beans. It’s a café-quality iced coffee without the café-queue wait.


And because of the clever way we make our pea m*lk – and sweeten it with low-GI natural agave – not only do you get a plant-based coffee that actually tastes like coffee, you also get one that contains 30% less sugar than those other iced lattes. Pretty sweet. (Only, not too sweet.)


  • Water
  • Fairtrade coffee 20% (water, coffee extract)
  • Fairtrade sugar
  • Protein from pea* (2,5%)
  • Rapeseed oil
  • Acidity regulator (dipotassium phosphate)
  • Gluten free oat oil
  • Fairtrade agave syrup
  • Natural flavourings
  • Salt
  • Caffeine


**Per 100ML **

  • Energy 220kJ/54kcal
  • Fat 2.7g (of which saturates 0.2g)
  • Carbohydrate 4.9g (of which sugars 4.9g)
  • Protein 2,2g
  • Salt 0.18g


Sproud Iced Coffee Original is indulgently sweet but with 30% less sugar, as certified by Sugarwise. It contains no nuts, no gluten, lactose or soy, and is fortified with vitamins D and B12, as well as calcium and riboflavin, to support plant-based lifestyles.


Sproud Iced Coffee Original is made with a double-shot of certified Fairtrade espresso, blended with our silky, pro-grade Sproud Barista. It’s café-quality iced coffee, without the wait.


Yellow split peas don’t just use less water, energy and land than dairy, oats, almonds and soya. They also fix nitrogen from the air to make soil more fertile and help regenerate agricultural land. Kind of magic, right?


But don’t just take our word for it. We work with third-party research company CarbonCloud to analyse the climate impact of all our products, from field to store, and update our figures every three months. It keeps us striving to make our products even more sustainable, and means you can always see the impact of what you’re buying, in real-time.


Sproud Iced Coffee Original is brand new, so CarbonCloud is still collecting all the data it needs to assess its impact. Check back soon to see the numbers.