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    A Starbucks experience from home

    Coffee lovers, we have news for you! Aussie coffee drinkers will now be able to pick up a quality Starbucks blend in five new premium coffee styles, from local supermarkets.

    The range includes Roast & Ground, Whole Bean, Premium Instant, Premium Coffee Sachets, and Starbucks By Nescafe Dolce Gusto capsule options, and build on the existing Starbucks By Nespresso range.

    “Australia is one of the most sophisticated coffee markets in the world,” says Nestle Oceania Director of e-Business, Strategy and Marketing, Martin Brown.

    “Our tastes are constantly evolving, and our expectations are high. The full Starbucks at Home range is perfect for bringing world-class café style coffee into the comfort of your home and allows us to explore the blends that have made Starbucks the most famous coffee brand in the world.”

    The launch of the five new coffee formats coincides with the introduction of one of the stores most famous signature blends, Starbucks by Nespresso Pike Place – named after the birthplace of Starbucks roastery in the US – to the Starbucks by Nespresso capsule range.

    Product info

    Starbucks By Nespresso Pike Place 10pk – RRP $6.90

    Starbucks At Home Roast & Ground and Whole Bean – RRP $9.00

    Starbucks Premium Instant Coffee 90g – RRP $9.95

    Starbucks At Home Premium Coffee Sachets – RRP $5.90

    Starbucks By Nescafe Dolce Gusto – RRP $8.50

    The full range of Starbucks At Home coffee options is now available nationally in-store and online at Coles, Independent Retailers and Amazon.

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