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Nespresso Limited Edition Flavours Go Permanent


The three most popular Nespresso Variations are now part of the permanent Grand Crus range
And the next limited edition flavour to be released will be up to you

New Zealand June 2013 – Nespresso Variations lovers will delight as the three most desired limited edition flavours - Vanilla, Dark Chocolate and Caramel – launch back onto shelves as part of the permanent Nespresso Grand Crus range.

Re-introduced as Vanilio, Ciocattino, Caramelito Variations Grand Crus, they offer a combination of delicious natural aromas with the smoothness of the Livanto Grand Cru and from now on, will not sell out.

Variations Grand Crus by Nespresso

Vanilio - A harmony between the rich and velvety aromas of vanilla and the mellow flavor of the Livanto Grand Cru, a blend that is full flavoured, infinitely smooth and silky on the palate.

Ciocattino - Dark and bitter chocolate notes meet the caramelised roasted flavours of the Livanto Grand Cru. A rich combination reminiscent of a square of dark chocolate.

Caramelito - The sweet flavour of caramel softens the roasted notes of the Livanto Grand Cru. This delicate gourmetmarriage evokes the creaminess of soft toffee.

The Variations Grand Crus, launching onto shelves from 7th June are best served alone as a 40ml espresso and each of the Variations has an intensity level of six on a scale of one-to–ten.

You decide the next limited edition flavour

At the same time as Nespresso launch the permanent Variation Grand Crus, New Zealand Club Members are given the opportunity to have a say and vote for the next Limited Edition flavour from a choice of enticing aroma suggestions.

New Zealand Club Members will play an instrumental role in the coffee Nespresso makes by choosing from three distinctive flavours with the Club Favourite launched in November 2013 for a limited time period.

“This is the first time Nespresso Club Members have been able to tell us what they want and we are excited to see which flavour New Zealand selects,” says Guillaume Chesneau, Country Manager Nespresso.

The three Variations flavours blendedwith highest quality coffee are:

Fragrantroasted Livanto Grand Cru coffee with delectable dark chocolate and refreshing red fruit notes.

Masala Chai
An aromatic mix of cinnamon, star anise and clove, reminiscent of the Indian Masala Chai enhances the cereal notes of Livanto Grand Cru.

The surprising harmony of Livanto Grand Cru and a bouquet of mint and lime notes that is as fresh as a summer drink.

To have your say vote online for your favourite Variations flavour from June 10th to June 26th at

The Nespresso Variations Grand Crus by Nespresso will be available from the Auckland Nespresso boutique, as well as through the Nespresso Club andonline at


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