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New Starbucks® espresso capsules are made with some of the finest Starbucks 100% Arabica coffees, ethically sourced and roasted. With Starbucks espresso capsules, you can now create your perfect cup in the comfort of your own home, using your Nespresso®machine*.
Available online and at your local Starbucks® store. Or look for it at the supermarket.
To deliver the perfect espresso every time, Starbucks® espresso capsules have an aluminium lining on both sides of the capsule.
This ensures the blades of your machine can easily perforate it, so that the water can run through the coffee inside the capsules optimally, giving you a perfect espresso each and every time.
Our 100% Arabica beans are roasted in our plant in Amsterdam, and the coffee is ground and filled in France.
Starbucks® espresso capsules are compatible with Nespresso®* brand coffee machines, except from built-in Nespresso®* machines, such as the Miele integrated unit or a Business solution Nespresso®* machine.
If you have questions about Starbucks® espresso capsules and compatibility with your machine, please send an email to email@example.com or call 020 8834 5050 (Monday - Friday 8:30 - 17:30).
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