Starbucks Doubles Its Range of Espresso Capsules in France

Starbucks is doubling its offer of espresso capsules from four to eight to give customers even more variety of coffees to enjoy at home.

The new capsules, compatible with Nespresso®* machines, introduce a blonde roast lungo and decaffeinated option to the assortment. With the expansion of the range, Starbucks is giving customers more choice to try lighter roasts, popular in French households. As a tribute to Starbucks proud history of sourcing and roasting coffee, these new capsules contain blends created by Starbucks over 40 years ago. The capsules will be available at selected retailers and in all Starbucks retail stores across France. The capsules will also be available to purchase online at

Blonde Espresso Roast: Made with coffee beans from Latin America and Africa, it awakens the senses with bright, sweet citrus notes and a smooth body.

Veranda Blend Lungo: A homage to Latin America, this coffee goes back to the company beginnings. Subtle with delicate nuances of soft cocoa and lightly toasted nuts, it’s the perfect way to unwind.

House Blend Lungo: This blend of fine Latin American beans was originally the very first blend ever created back in 1971. With its delicate tastes of nuts and cocoa, it’s a perfect balance of aroma, body and flavour with just a touch of sweetness from the roast.

Decaf Espresso Roast: All the body of our Espresso Roast, but decaffeinated. A full-bodied blend with a rich aroma and a hint of caramel, the same that is at the heart of our handcrafted lattes.

The company is working to minimise waste inside and outside stores, and would like to encourage customers to dispose of their capsules in store so that they may be recycled. Customers can collect a recycling bag at their local Starbucks® store or add it to their shopping cart for free when shopping at the Starbucks online store. For convenience, we accept all Nespresso®* compatible capsules in our recycling bag.

*Third party brand with no link with Starbucks Coffee Company

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