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After-dinner coffee

WHAT WAS THE WORST THING ABOUT LOCKDOWN?  Not getting our daily Starbucks fix.

Even  though we’re now able to pop down to our nearest Starbucks, we’re delighted that Starbucks At Home has just been launched. The same premium, instant coffee in a choice of medium and dark roast coffees we’re used to … as well as a variety of coffee beverages. An add-on to the existing range (we’re already fans of the Nescafé Dolce Gusto by Starbucks capsules), the new range is available in multi-serve tins and single-serve sachets.

You’ll find them at stores including Checkers, Pick n Pay, Spar and Makro as well as convenient online platforms such as Pick n Pay Online and Takealot.

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