Nespresso Iced Coffee

Nespresso now does iced coffee for summer

You know what’s weird? Apparently, Australia ranked 43rd in the global listing of top coffee drinkers in the world, but despite that Nespresso is as popular as ever!

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With over about 20 stores, including pop-ups, around the country, Nespresso has been kicking goals since ’82 when it first took-up residence in Japan.

The Australian coffee market is one of the most unique in the world, says Nespresso brand ambassador Mitch Monaghan, thanks in large part to our social coffee culture and massive variation on what quality additives we have with it. Given that, it’s no surprise Nespresso has branched off into the iced coffee market, really capitalising on a slice of the coffee market no brands have tried before.

And the best thing? It’s amazing.

Normally when you add other coffee or variations on brands with ice or cooler liquids, the properties of the coffee – especially Cuban – freak out and ruin immediately. The new Nespresso Limited Edition coffee duo, Leggero on Ice and Intenso on Ice have been inspired by a relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle in an effort to combat this and offer something completely new. They have been specially crafted by Nespresso Coffee Experts to be prepared with ice for a delicious summer refreshment, along with the standard Nespresso ethically sourced and recyclable principles.

The new and limited edition Intenso on Ice is a bold coffee with cereal and cocoa notes and an intense, roasted finish. If prepared with milk, the coffee reveals a creamy texture with biscuit notes. Leggero on Ice offers delicate fruity and lemon notes and a full-bodied, smooth texture that develops toasted notes and a more milky and sweet flavour when paired with milk.

“At Nespresso, we know many coffee lovers in Australia are looking for a cool alternative during our hot summer months. We have introduced these two Limited Edition coffees so you can enjoy the high quality Nespresso you know and love, as a fresh, cool treat,” said Mitch.

Nespresso Intenso on Ice Capsule

How to make a Nespresso iced coffee with the new limited edition Leggero and Intenso on Ice coffee

STEP 1 Add 3 large ice cubes (or 7 regular sized ice cubes) to a glass

STEP 2 Top with an Espresso serving (40ml) of Intenso on Ice or Leggero on Ice

STEP 3 Finish with 90ml of cold water or cold milk (or if you’re feeling fancy, you can top with cold milk foam from your Aeroccino3 milk frothing device)

Intense coffee fans can amend the recipe to two Ristretto servings (2 x 25ml) using either Limited Edition for a more intense flavour.

Find out more and order some capsules for yourself from Nespresso. They are available online from 18 December.

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