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20% off: Starbucks by Nespresso Capsules Varieties, $5 Per Sleeve (10 Capsules) @ Coles


$5 per sleeve (10 capsules).
You can find it in the coffee section in Coles.

6 flavours to choose from :
* Blonde Espresso
* Caffe Verona
* House Blend
* Dark Espresso Roast
* Single Origin Coffee Sumatra
* Single Origin Coffee Colombia

This is a collaboration between Nespresso and Starbucks.

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  • +1 vote

    Is this one of the signs of the end time?

  • -2 votes

    I thought that Starbucks got the message that we didn't want their coffee when they closed all their stores?


      They're slowly expanding again

      They had these at the front of Broadway Coles

      Starbucks coffee sux though (I do love their Frappuccinos however)

      • +3 votes

        Crazy price that Nestle paid for the rights. They should have waited for Starbucks price to fall. The way they are pissing off so many people with their virtue signalling this may not be a long wait as growth and sales are stagnating.

        Nestle has announced that it will pay Starbucks $7.1bn (£5.2bn) to sell the company's coffee products.

        The Swiss giant, which boasts Nescafe and Nespresso amongst its brands, will have the right to market Starbucks' coffee in retail outlets outside the cafe chain.

        That part of the business currently generates $2bn in annual sales.

        The deal means Nespresso machine owners will be able to buy Starbucks coffee branded pods for use at home.

        Consumers will also find Starbucks coffee beans, ground and instant coffee more readily available as Nestle, the world's largest food and drinks company, uses its vast distribution network to market Starbucks products worldwide.

        Nestle's name will not appear alongside Starbucks's, but the deal could still help Nestle strengthen its US business, thanks to the powerful High Street coffee brand.


    • +5 votes

      I tried Caffe Verona from the Starbucks series, it actually tastes decent and is in line with the Nespresso quality.


        The problem that I see is that they have to recover over US $7.1 billion and pay the inflated prices for the coffee to Starbucks. They will keep increasing prices of this and their other products to pay this off. So it's a Starbucks tax now on many Nestle products.


          i mean ryangoal commented on the quality of the coffee not Nestles uphill battle to recover their acquisition of Starbucks. who cares

    • +1 vote

      Starbucks is making a killing throughout most of Asia and with the amount of overseas students here in Vic now they are cashing in, re opening stores where the students are. Just looked at Department of Education and Training international student enrolment data for 2019 and there are 812104 students in Victoria. So a few 1000 local coffee snobs aren't really going to impact their business.


      It's not really aimed at Aussies but the rest of the world. My Singaporean relatives think Starbucks is the bees knees. When they come to Australia, they insist on travelling forever away to the tourist spots where Starbucks are.

      The odd thing is, they admit almost every cafe in Australia makes a better coffee.

  • +1 vote

    I actually like these better than the Nespresso pods that I usually buy.


    Not having a go at OP but it's a bean! Last I checked Starbucks didn't own the farms!

    7 BILLION!

    How many starving coffee farmers would that feed! Insane…

  • +1 vote

    Wasn’t expecting it but the house blend and espresso tastes pretty well.


    My wife loves the Pumpkin spiced latte. She'd scream if I bought her some pods (yes I know they dont sell them).


    Also $5 on Amazon (free delivery with Prime), but only Single Origin Sumatra is in stock: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07W6Z567K/ref=emc_b_5_i