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Australian coffee drinkers will now be able to pick up a Starbucks blend in five new coffee styles from their local supermarket.
The range includes Roast & Ground, Whole Bean, Premium Instant, Premium Coffee Sachets, and Starbucks By Nescafé Dolce Gusto capsule options, and build on the existing
Starbucks By Nespresso range.
Available in a variety of roasts, intensities and flavours, the Starbucks at Home range allows Australians to have a coffee that suits their taste preference in the comfort of their own home.
Nestlé has announced the launch of a new range of Starbucks coffee capsules. These are the first Starbucks coffee products developed using Nespresso proprietary coffee and system technology and consistof six signature flavours that consumers can enjoy in the comfort of their own home.
This launch came after the two companies, Nestlé and Starbucks, joined forces to create aglobal coffee alliance in August last year. With the launch of the new Starbucks by Nespressorange, for the first time Kiwi coffee lovers will create the same Starbucks coffee they love froma café in their home. They will be able to access those premium and exciting coffee products from their local supermarket.
“We are committed to continuous innovation to provide Kiwis with new and exciting ways to enjoy coffee at home,” said Nestlé Oceania director of e-Business, strategy and marketing, Martin Brown. “We are proud to be working with Starbucks, a global coffee brand that shares our passion for quality coffee and craftsmanship, to offer coffee drinkers an at-home solution that meets their discerning quality expectations whilst being conveniently accessible at their local supermarket.”
The new range of Starbucks by Nespresso capsules combine Nestlé’s coffee and system know-how with the Starbucks’ coffee flavours and house blends. The range includes six signature flavours, ranging from Starbucks blends and single-origin coffees, all made from 100 per cent arabica coffee, ethically sourced from farmers in the world’s premier coffee-growing regions.
“For years, we have offered Starbucks’ famous roasts through our in-store coffee house experience,” said CEO of Starbucks New Zealand, Charles Belcher. “Through our partnership with Nestlé, we are excited to be taking the first step to open this premium experience up to all Kiwis, allowing them to make their favourite Starbucks recipes at home using their Nespresso machine.”