Starbucks at home

Now you can enjoy your Starbucks in your jammies without leaving the house

With the launch of the Starbucks At Home range, coffee lovers will now be able to enjoy cafe-quality coffee without having to leave the house. 

You can now grab five new premium coffee styles from your local supermarket, which includes Roast & Ground, Whole Bean, Premium Instant, Premium Coffee Sachets, and Starbucks By Nescafé Dolce Gusto capsule options, which builds on the existing Starbucks By Nespresso range. 

Starbucks At Home Roast & Ground and Whole Bean (RRP $9.00) The Roast & Ground varieties can be extracted through pour-overs, drip filters and coffee presses, while the whole coffee beans allow for customised grinding. Both recreate the signature freshly-brewed taste of a perfect Starbucks brew at home.

Starbucks Premium Instant Coffee 90g (RRP $9.95) is a duo of high-quality soluble coffees created by Starbucks master blenders. These premium coffees use the same high quality 100% Arabica beans as the Starbucks coffee houses. 

Starbucks By Nespresso Pike Place 10pk (RRP $6.90) is the newest addition and seventh variety of expertly-roasted Starbucks coffee encapsulated in Nespresso’s authentic aluminium capsules.

Starbucks At Home Premium Coffee Sachets (RRP $5.90) is a new range of sachets inspired by several iconic coffee house favourties and include the following flavours: Cappuccino, Latte, Caramel Latte and Caffe Mocha. 

Starbucks By Nescafé Dolce Gusto (RRP $8.50) is a new range of Starbucks capsules filled with high quality 100% Arabica beans with specific roasting and taste profiles used in Starbucks coffeehouse staples that can be made from a NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto machine in the comfort of your own home. The five new flavours include Cappuccino, Caramel Macchiato, Espresso Roast, Blonde Espresso Roast and House Blend Americano. 

Made from 100% high-quality sustainably sourced Arabica coffee beans, 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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