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NEW NESCAFÉ Choc Orange Mocha Sachets

Go all out with this delicious mix of smooth coffee, velvety froth and decadent choc and orange flavours.

Deliciously creamy.

Some call NESCAFÉ Choc Orange Mocha an attention seeker, but secretly they all want a taste of this irresistible treat! Go all out with this delicious mix of smooth coffee, velvety froth and decadent choc and orange flavours. Treat yourself at any time in the comfort of your own home.

Available in 10 single serve sachets.

 

Ingredients

Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Soluble Coffee (11%), Vegetable Oil, Milk Solids, Cocoa (2.5%), Thickener (466), Salt, Stabilisers (340, 452, 331, 451), Flavours, Emulsifiers (471, 472e).

Contains Milk. 

 

 

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Our choice for you: NESCAFÉ Choc Orange Mocha

  • Made From

    MADE FROM

    100% sustainably grown Arabica and Robusta coffee beans.

  • good to know

    GOOD TO KNOW

    With a delicious layer of creamy froth and quality coffee, enjoy a café style cappuccino and treat yourself at any time in the comfort of your own home. It is made in Australia from local and imported ingredients.

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    GROWN IN

    This NESCAFÉ coffee is made from coffee beans grown in the world's leading coffee growing countries.

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