NESCAFÉ Introduces their newest plant based NESCAFÉ Gold Lattes
Coffee lovers looking for dairy alternatives can now enjoy their favourite non-dairy lattes at home thanks to the launch of the NESCAFÉ Gold Plant-Based Latte sachet range.
This delectable and convenient vegan range includes three milk-alternative variants – Almond, Coconut and Oat. Each is made with a blend of high quality Arabica and Robusta coffee beans specially crafted to mix perfectly with the plant-based milks.
Deliciously creamy and smooth, the latte is Australia’s most popular coffee choice, and a perfect base for experimenting with alternative milk options like coconut, oat and almond. However, until now, there have been few options for coffee enthusiasts to enjoy a non-dairy latte at home.
Nestlé Head of Marketing Beverages Olga Starush said: “NESCAFÉ coffee is loved by Australians and we do not take this for granted. We are always looking for the next exciting innovation idea. With the launch of NESCAFÉ Gold Plant-Based Latte range, we are bringing the non-dairy trend out of cafés and into home. Now coffee aficionados who prefer plant-based milk alternatives can enjoy their favourite lattes any time, anywhere.”
The NESCAFÉ Gold Plant Based Latte range is available from June 2020 at Coles and independent retailers nationwide.
Product Information RRP: $6.30 for a pack of 6 sachets The range includes:
● NESCAFÉ Gold Oat Latte
● NESCAFÉ Gold Coconut Latte
● NESCAFÉ Gold Almond Latte
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