LONDON, UK — Nescafé is bringing two new seasonal edition flavours to the UK this spring. Aromatic blends of Robusta and Arabica coffee with a generous milky froth make Nescafé Gold’s new seasonal editions Salted Toffee & Macadamia Mocha and Caramelised Honey Latte a delicious way to liven up coffee breaks this spring time.
Taka Ota, Senior Brand Manager, said: “Nescafé customers are adventurous types and love trying new flavours of their favourite coffee. We work really hard to bring them on trend and delicious seasonal edition Frothy Coffees with Salted Toffee & Macadamia Mocha and Caramelised Honey Latte, it’s no exception.”
The two new seasonal editions join 15 other Nescafé Gold Frothy Coffees currently available in the UK and Ireland giving people more coffee choices than ever before.
All 17 Nescafé Gold Frothy Coffees are made at Nestlé’s factory in Cumbria, North West England. Over £70 million has been invested in the factory over the last 10 years which has made it possible for the site to produce over 900 million sachets of frothy coffee every year for export around the world.
Located in Dalston, a village just south of Carlisle, the factory benefits from its location close to the Lake District. All the milk used at the factory is sourced locally from dairy farmers using cows raised in the surrounding countryside. Nestlé has owned the factory since 1962, and since then Dalston has gone from producing milk powder and sweetened condensed milk to being the home of Nescafé Gold Frothy Coffees, Coffee Mate and Aero Hot Chocolate.
Around 350,000 litres of high quality Cumbrian milk is delivered to the factory each day from nearby farms. Nestlé works closely with these dairy farmers through its First Milk partnership to help continuously develop a more sustainable and efficient milk supply chain. This includes working with farms to reduce their environmental impact, maintain high levels of animal welfare and improve local biodiversity.
Nescafé Gold Salted Toffee Macadamia Mocha and Caramelised Honey Latte will be available to buy across the UK and Ireland from early April.