Starbucks and Nestlé Canada have launched a range of coffee capsules for the Nespresso original system.

The company explains that Starbucks coffee capsules will allow customers to make Starbucks espresso in their own homes.

Nestlé Canada Beverages business executive officer Ethel Touitou said: “We are proud to be working with Starbucks, a global coffee brand that shares our passion for quality coffee and craftsmanship.

“We have been excited about the new range of products for years, and now consumers can enjoy Starbucks espresso conveniently in their homes nationwide.”

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The range of Starbucks coffee capsules for the Nespresso Original system will be available in four blends, including Starbucks Espresso Roast, Decaf Espresso Roast, Blonde Espresso Roast and Pike Place Roast.

All coffees, produced using 100% Arabica coffee, have been sourced from farmers belonging to coffee growing regions that adheres to the Starbucks CAFÉ Practices programme.

The range of Starbucks capsules have been designed and developed using Nespresso proprietary coffee and system technology.

Starbucks capsules for the Nespresso system, produced using aluminium, are entirely recyclable and accepted at all Nespresso’s Canadian recycling solutions.

Currently, consumers will be able to access these premium coffee products from grocery stores nationwide and through major retailers in-store and online.

The Starbucks capsules are available for purchase at grocery stores across the country and through major retailers in-store and online.

Last August, Nestlé launched Starbucks by Nespresso coffee in the UK and Irish markets.

Starbucks by Nespresso features eight coffee blends, which include Blonde Espresso Roast, Colombia, House Blend, Pike Place, Sumatra, Caffe Verona, Espresso Roast and Decaf Espresso Roast.