November 11th, 2012 — Coffee
Tags: 20 packets, 3-in-1, Australia, Malaysia, Nescafe Cafe Menu
Nescafe Cafe Menu in 20 packets
Nescafe Cafe Menu 3-in-1 coffee now available in 20 packets variant.
Among the flavors available are Mocha, Hazelnut Latte, Cappuccino, Cappuccino Strong, Cappuccino Skim 99% Fat Free.
Nescafe Cafe Menu is imported from Australia.
Retailing at MYR 39.90 at Village Grocer.
September 13th, 2011 — Coffee
Tags: Australia, Instant coffee, Malaysia, Singapore, Starbucks, Starbucks Via
Starbucks Via has finally arrived in Malaysia, Singapore and Australia. Starbucks Via is an instant coffee first introduced two years ago in the United States.
Starbucks Via in 12 Single-Serve Sachets
Starbucks Via in 3 Single-Serve Sachets
Starbucks Via Italian Roast
Starbucks Via Italian Roast consists of extra bold instant and microground coffee. The first taste, you can’t tell whether it’s brewed coffee or instant coffee as the bold flavor of the microground Arabica coffee hides the fact it’s instant coffee.
However, unlike what most people think, Starbucks Via is instant coffee but it’s not 3-in-1 coffee as there are no sugar or creamers mixed in it, therefore retaining the aromatic flavor of the coffee.
Starbucks Via Colombia is made of medium instant and microground coffee where it is milder in flavor and taste.
To make Starbucks Via coffee, you just need to add 180ml hot water, and perhaps milk, sugar or creamer too as necessary.
Both Starbucks Via Colombia and Italian Roast are originated from Colombia.
In Malaysia, Starbucks Via are available in 3-count (MYR 8.00) or 12-count pack (MYR 28.00), in two flavors — Colombia and Italian Roast in all Starbucks stores.
In Singapore, Starbucks Via are available in 3-count ($3.90) or 12-count pack ($13.90), in Colombia, Italian Roast and Decaf Italian Roast in all Starbucks stores.
August 2nd, 2008 — Cafe, News
Tags: Australia, Closure, Starbucks, Woes
Starbucks, which has recently announced of its closure of 600 stores in the U.S. has announced that it will close down 61 stores in Australia, 16 of them in Melbourne.
May 6th, 2008 — Cafe, Coffee
Tags: Australia, Fair Trade Fortnight, Free coffee, Good Coffee Day, Starbucks
This coming Thursday, 8 May, Starbucks will be hosting “Good Coffee Day”. From 9:00 – 11:00 AM in all Starbucks cafes across Australia, customers will be invited in for a complimentary tall cup (350 ml) of Cafe Estima Fairtrade Certified coffee.
Starbucks’ Good Coffee Day is celebrated in conjunction with Fair Trade Fortnight 2008 which runs from 3rd to the 18th of May. For other activities in regards to Fair Trade Fortnight, check out Starbucks Australia.