Nespresso brings back popular ‘Tribute to Milano’ coffee pod
Nespresso is bringing back one of its most popular coffee pods, ‘Tribute to Milano’.
Tribute to Milano was first launched in 2015 and makes a strong coffee which plays homage to the Italian city of Milan.
The pod includes Arabica and Robusta beans that create what Nespresso describes as a “delightful balance between fine fruity aromas and sweet cereal notes”.
Mitch Monaghan, Nespresso Coffee Ambassador, said Australians have a love for intense coffee.
“Originally launched in 2015, bringing back the Limited Edition Tribute to Milano is our way of showing our customers we know what they love,” Monaghan said.
Nespresso said Tribute to Milano is best enjoyed as a 20ml Ristretto. If milk is added a creamy taste with caramel aromas is created.
Tribute to Milano is available now for a limited time at Nespresso Boutiques, online or through calling the Nespresso Club. The recommended retail price is AUD $9.30 for 10 capsules.
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