If you love coffee but want something cooler in this heatwave, then have no fear as Nespresso has got you covered.
That's because the coffee brand is launching two brand new exotic flavours for their Barista Creations For Ice range – the Limited Edition Coconut Flavour for Original machines and the Limited Edition Tropical Coconut Flavour for Vertuo machines.
All the capsules are expertly created specifically for coffee prepared over ice.
Nespresso has also brought back the Original Iced Coffee Blends: Barista Creations Freddo Delicato and Freddo Intenso, as well as the Barista Creations Ice Leggero and Ice Forte, thanks to popular demand.
The Original – Coconut Flavour Over Ice will set you back £4.50 for a sleeve of 10.
While the Vertuo – Tropical Coconut Flavour Over Ice will cost you £6.20 for a sleeve of 10.
These can be purchased on the Nespresso website.
The new flavours comes as Nespresso found that 37% of those aged under 30 consume iced coffee more than three times a week.
It also discovered that younger drinkers are seeking more experimental and exotic coffee tastes.
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Those who are thinking about purchasing themselves a Nespresso machine will be pleased to know that it has a Spring Sale now on.
Coffee machines you can currently get at a special price include its Vertuo Manual Matt Black, which is £119 down from £219.
The Nespresso VertuoPlus Titan and Aeroccino3 is also currently priced at £169, down from £249.
It's been reported that the sale of caffeinated drinks have skyrocketed throughout the lockdown, as the Food Foundation reported supermarkets made an additional £24m in tea and coffee sales in June last year.
So it's definitely worth investing in your own model to save the pennies!
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