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Nespresso Launches 2012 Variation Blends


NESPRESSO LAUNCHES 2012 VARIATION BLENDS

Nespresso Presents Limited Edition Variations – Hazelnut,
Macadamia Nut, and Coconut


New Zealand, November 2012 - Since 2006 Nespresso has been showcasing its brand values of innovation and quality through the development of the Christmas Variations released each year.

Extremely popular with Nespresso lovers, the consistently renewed product range delivers a festive flavour without compromising the quality of the coffee.

Developed by Nespresso’s Coffee Experts, the 2012 Variations have been carefully curated, using three different nuts to create; Hazelnut, Macadamia Nut, andCoconut.

All three Variations have been combined with the Livanto Grand Cru to reveal different notes and mouth feel. The slightly roasted hazelnut reveals praline flavours and gives the Hazelnut variation a fine balance in the mouth. The rich savours of the macadamia nut, develops a surprising freshness, revealing citrus notes, while the coconut Variation offers a perfect harmony between the coconut notes and the Livanto Grand Cru, creating a gourmand experience reminiscent of coconut macaroons.

Blending 100% natural flavours with the Livanto Grand Cru, an intensity of six (This highlights the nature of the grand Cru – so highlights whiy it works with the flavours fits perfectly with the flavours due to its typical coffee flavour, roasted notes, roundness and balance between acidity and bitterness.

A limited edition offering, the 2012 flavours will be on shelves for a short time. Available now for seven weeks, Nespresso lovers can shake up their coffee routine by purchasing the Variations from the Nespresso boutique in Newmarket, online, by phone order or using the iPhone, Android and iPad Nespresso App. A sleeve will sell for $11.30.

For new Nespresso customers it is the perfect time to buy a first machine for yourself or a friend as until January 6th 2013, Nespresso is offering a cashback reward of $50 - $75 off selected machines.
Nespresso machines are available from the Nespresso boutique in Newmarket, online at www.nespresso.com, through the Nespresso Club 0800 234 579, or from selected retail partners.

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