Food and wine might sound like more than enough to some, but we’re guessing there are more than a few of you who are just as interested in the coffee aspect of The Good Food & Wine Show (GF&WS). That’s why we’re happy to announce that NESCAFÉ has come on board, bringing their multi-beverage system Dolce Gusto with them.

Roughly translated as ‘sweet and flavourful’, Dolce Gusto is a collection of capsules and machines that promise a top-class coffee-making experience and taste. The variety of regular capsule coffee flavours includes: Espresso Intenso, Cappuccino (regular, skinny and iced), Café au Lait, Americano, Mocha, Latte Macchiato (regular, caramel and vanilla) and Chococino. Then there are the more exotically-named Ristretto Ardenza and N’Yumba Lungo, as well as Decaf Lungo.

For all you tea-lovers, there’s Tea Latte, Chai Tea Latte and a peach-flavoured iced tea called Nestea Peach. So whether you love a hot, rich pick-me-up or a cool, refreshing dose of caffeinated goodness, you’ll be more than satisfied at the GF&WS. NESCAFÉ will have large pavilion set up at the event, where guests can sample Dolce Gusto coffee, as well as browse the variety of capsules and machines on sale.

And boy, are these devices snazzy! NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto has a selection of different coffee machines. They come in four different futuristic shapes, and colour schemes that combine red, white, black and silver. Those who like their kitchen ultra-modern will be pleased. The machines will be sold at show at the same prices that are found on the NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto website.

Add a boost of caffeine to your GF&WS experience, and bring back some goodies for family and friends to enjoy. With its abundance of products, NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Love your coffee? We – and NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto, of course - have got you covered with some sweet (dolce) and flavourful (gusto) satisfaction!

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