Three most popular Nespresso flavours set to stay
The espresso machine and coffee giant Nespresso has announced that three of its most popular ‘limited edition’ flavours – Vanilla, Dark Chocolate and Caramel – are returning as part of the permanent Nespresso Grand Crus range.
Nespresso, which is an operating unit of food manufacturing giant Nestle, said it had reintroduced the flavours, based on feedback of its Club Members, as ‘Vanilio’, ‘Ciocattino’ and ‘Caramelito’. The new permanent flavours are combined with the ‘Livanto Grand Cru’ blend.
Nespresso said the Grand Crus variations are best served as an espresso (40ml) and have an intensity level of 6 out of 10.
The ‘Vanilio’, ‘Ciocattino’ and ‘Caramelito’ variations will be available in Australia from Nespresso Boutiques and online from 10 June 2013 at a RRP $8.40 for a sleeve of 10 capsules.
The growth of Nespresso follows on from its successful launch in April 2013 of two Italian city inspired flavours.
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