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Nestlé brings Starbucks Breakfast Blend to enjoy at home

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Nestlé has introduced Starbucks Breakfast Blend By Nespresso for coffee lovers to enjoy from the comfort of their homes.

Sitting on the lighter side of medium roast, Starbucks Breakfast Blend is the result of balancing the roast and taste profile for a flavour that appeals to a wider range of palates. Introduced in Starbucks coffee shops in 1998, Breakfast Blend is lively and citrusy with a clean finish, perfect for coffee lovers who appreciate a less intense coffee with lots of character.
Starbucks Breakfast Blend is available to enjoy at home as coffee pods compatible with Nespresso machines and can be brewed as an Espresso (40ml) or Lungo (110ml).

The blend is available now online and in Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and ASDA.

Amelia Crow, Starbucks Brand Manager at Nestlé UK said: “We are excited to expand our range of Starbucks at home coffee by bringing Starbucks Breakfast Blend by Nespresso to our fans to enjoy from home. This beautiful blend is perfect for that first cup on a busy morning or those lazy Sundays we all love.”

Starbucks by Nespresso coffee pods are fully recyclable and can be recycled through Podback by dropping off used capsules at one of more than 6,000 CollectPlus points or through kerbside collection.

Starbucks at home offers a range of 100% arabica coffees inspired by signature Starbucks coffees and beverages that are served in Starbucks coffeehouses around the world. 

Starbucks coffees offer unique roast profiles to suit everyone's taste: Starbucks Blonde Roast, Medium Roast or Dark Roast. Each has a choice of flavours and intensities to ensure everyone can find a coffee they love.

Since forming the Global Coffee Alliance in 2018, Nestlé and Starbucks have introduced a wide range of Starbucks at home premium coffee products, including whole bean coffees, premium instant/soluble coffees, roast and ground coffees as well as the Starbucks capsules developed using Nespresso and Nescafé Dolce Gusto proprietary coffee and system technologies. 

In September 2021, Nestlé and Starbucks launched Starbucks Signature Chocolate, expanding the companies' at home range.