Well this is one for the ages. Nespresso is bringing Starbucks into the home via six familiar flavours. First up, the six are split into three roast profiles, Starbucks Blonde Roast, Medium Roast and Dark Roast.
The coffees themselves are listed in order of intensity.
Starbucks Blonde Espresso Roast (Intensity: 6)
A balanced light roast of Latin American coffee beans that has vibrant, sweet notes
Starbucks Single-Origin Colombia (Intensity: 7)
A single-origin medium roast with round, juicy flavours and a signature nutty finish.
Starbucks House Blend Lungo (Intensity: 8)
A balanced medium roast with notes of cocoa, chestnuts and just a hint of sweetness -perfect for those that enjoy a longer cup of coffee.
Starbucks Single-Origin Sumatra (Intensity: 10)
A full-bodied dark roasts osurced from the Indonesian islands, known for its earthy, spicy flavours.
Starbucks Caffé Verona (Intensity: 10)
An intense dark roast with a sweet, cocoa aroma named after the Italian coffee capital.
Starbucks Espresso Roast (Intensity: 11)
A rich, dark roast that balances bold flavour with the sweet caramel notes.
It should also be noted the Starbucks range extends to the NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto system.
Each 10 pack has a RRP of $8.49
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