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Coffee flavors

Coffee combines well with other flavours

One of the most amazing things about coffee is how well its complex flavor combines with other foods and drinks. The flavor of coffee has been added to all sorts of foods and drinks including sweets, cake, ice cream and chocolates.

The most common flavors added to coffee are sugar and milk. But when we talk of flavored coffees we’re usually referring to coffee products that come with the flavors already mixed in.

Flavored coffees have been around for centuries and are easy to find on the supermarket shelves. Some of the most popular tastes are chocolate, vanilla, cinnamon, hazelnut and almond, but there are many more exotic combinations.

Creating flavors is a bit of a science and a bit of an art. Dozens of ingredients might be needed to achieve the right note.

Usually, coffee producers add the flavors after the beans have been roasted, in the form of a sprayed liquid. You can also buy flavoring syrups and add them yourself to your brewed coffee.


Packets of NESCAFÉ Café Menu flavoured coffee products

Coffee is appreciated all around the world, but different countries sometimes have different tastes. This is clear to see when you look at all the different flavored coffee products NESCAFÉ has created for its different markets.

Mexican coffee drinkers, for example, are very fond of cinnamon, while in the Philippines many people enjoy a rich and creamy chocolate flavored coffee mix called Choco Fudge.

Other popular flavors include Vanilla, Irish Cream, and Mocha, with many variations such as Double Choco Mocha or Mocha Skinny.

Too much choice? In the end, there is only one rule: follow your taste! But whatever your preference, you can be sure that NESCAFÉ always contains the coffee taste you love.


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