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Starbucks at Home: Starbucks Experience at home

As a Nestlé launch, Starbucks at Home is the new coffee collection for a home-cafeteria experience with fifteen new products between capsules and roasted and ground coffee.

For Starbucks fans, the iconic blends are crazy – three choices of roasted and ground coffee, six varieties of Nespresso-compatible capsules and six varieties for the Nescafé Dolce Gusto machines, including cappuccino and latte macchiato.

The launch has an exclusive website, and the whole line brings information such as roast profile, aroma and intensity in the packages, with high quality 100% arabica coffee.

The Coffee Director at Nestlé in Brazil, Rachel Muller, comments: “we are bringing the best to the consumer who is increasingly demanding”

Discover the flavors: 

Roasted and Ground – Pike Place® Roast is a bold coffee and rich in flavor, but balanced for daily consumption; Caffè Verona® is seductive with a soft touch of Italian Roast, combining perfectly with good chocolate; House blend® is the first blend created in 1971, with dark brown toast and nut and cocoa flavor.

Capsules compatible with Nespresso – Blonde (intensity 6); Colombia (intensity 7); Pike Place (Lungo with intensity 7); House Blend (Lungo with intensity 8); Caffè Verona (intensity 10); Espresso (intensity 11).

Capsules compatible with Nescafé Dolce Gusto – Blond Espresso Roast is a blend of grains from Latin America with sweet and vibrant notes, highlighting the sweetness of milk; Espresso Roast is where everything started, in 1975, with the search for the perfect combination of grains and toast, with rich sweetness and caramelized; House Blend is loaded with flavors, balancing cocoa, nuts and the sweetness of the toast; Starbucks Cappuccino is indulgent and delicious; Starbucks Latte Macchiato is velvety and creamy; Starbucks Caramel Latte Macchiato has the creaminess of milk and the remarkable flavor of caramel.

Starbucks at Home is a partnership between Starbucks and Nestlé, which has invested $7.15 billion for perpetual and global marketing rights. The collection is already available in São Paulo, Brazil. For more information, visit Starbucks at Home.

Source: Nestlé | Starbucks at Home – images: release (April, 2019)

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