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Experience the unrivalled flavour of the Roastery

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The Roastery Collection

Discover your roast

Inside each tin is a unique two-part blend of high quality coffee, roasted in two individual batches then perfectly paired together.

The Light Roast

Smooth and delicate.

The Dark Roast

Bold and intense.

The Light Roast Decaf

Decaffeinated purely using water.

Click on the flashing arrows to reveal the tasting notes for each roast, and learn where you can buy each one, to experience their unique taste for yourself.


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NESCAFE GOLD BLEND Roastery Collection

NESCAFÉ GOLD BLEND Roastery Collection is a range of three new premium instant coffees for coffee drinkers looking for a refined, high quality coffee at home. Each of the new blends have been crafted by the NESCAFÉ GOLD BLEND master roasters and gives you the opportunity to experience the refined taste of expertly roasted coffee from the comfort of your own home.  

A master coffee roaster
Nescafé Gold Blend Roastery tins


What are these new premium instant coffees? What is the difference between the light and the dark roast? What does the intensity number mean on the front of the tin?

Want to know more about these specially roasted coffees? Read our FAQs to get the answers you're looking for. 

Read the FAQs on these coffees


Try These Recipes At Home

Create your favourite coffee recipes at home and try making this Espresso Martini recipe or Cappuccino Milkshake recipe using NESCAFÉ GOLD BLEND Roastery. They're super simple to make in just 3 easy steps. Share a snap of your creation using the hashtags #Roastery #NescafeRecipes


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Espresso Martini


Create It

  1. Start by making the sugar syrup. Put the caster sugar in a small pan over a medium heat and pour in the water. Stir, and bring to the boil, turn off the heat and allow the mixture to cool. Place 2 martini glasses in the freezer to chill. 
  2. Once the sugar syrup is cold, pour 1 tbsp into a cocktail shaker along with a handful of ice followed by the freshly brewed NESCAFÉ GOLD BLEND Roastery Collection Dark Roast, vodka, and Kahlua. Shake until the outside of the cocktail shaker feels icy cold.
  3. Strain into the chilled glasses. Garnish each one with coffee beans and serve immediately. 


  • 2tsp
    NESCAFÉ GOLD BLEND Roastery Collection Dark Roast brewed with 50ml of freshly boiled water
  • Ice
  • 100ml
  • 50ml
  • 2tbsp
    sugar syrup (requires 50g caster sugar and 25ml water)
  • 6
    coffee beans (optional)
  • Required equipment
  • Medium pan or pot
  • Cocktail shaker
  • Milk frother
  • 2
    glasses, to serve
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Cappuccino Milkshake


Create It

  1. Combine all of the ingredients apart from the cocoa powder in a blender. 
  2. Blend for a couple of minutes to ensure a good froth is created. 
  3. Pour into your glass and dust the top with cocoa powder. Serve immediately.


  • 2-4tsp
    NESCAFÉ GOLD BLEND Roastery Collection Light Roast brewed with 200ml of freshly boiled water
  • 2
    handfuls of ice cubes
  • 350ml
    semi-skimmed milk or dairy-free alternative
  • 1tsp
    sugar (optional)
  • Cocoa powder
  • Required equipment
  • Blender
  • 2 glasses, to serve
  • Allergens in this recipe: Milk
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When you've finished these recipes, why not try making our other recipes using NESCAFÉ GOLD BLEND Roastery? Choose from our smooth and fruity Blueberry Breakfast Smoothie to start your day with a treat or a fresh and cool Hong Kong Style Milk Tea for something a bit different. 

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