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Nestle Coffee Mate karamel Latte 425 gr
Nestle Coffee Mate karamel Latte 425 gr

Coffee Mate karamel Latte 425 gr

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Coffee Mate karamel Latte is a wonderfully soft creamer that should not be missing in your coffee. For an even richer and creamier coffee, pure enjoyment!

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Coffee Mate karamel Latte

This milk powder manufactured by Nestlé is available on the market in powder form but also in liquid and concentrated liquid forms. This instant coffee milk powder gives your coffee an even creamier and richer aroma with a delicious caramel Macchiato taste. Simply use by adding 1 or 2 teaspoons to your hot coffee and then dissolve while stirring. Enjoy a nice cup of coffee with the Nestlé coffee cream powder.


Macchiato is a type of espresso with a little milk foam. A warm splash of milk is added to the espresso. Then it is often filled with a layer of whipped milk. The name Macchiato literally means spotted coffee. The Macchiato is often served in transparent glass so that the color under the foam layer is clearly visible


This is a sugar that is heated and turns brown when heated. The caramel has a pleasant taste, provided it is not heated for too long. When heated too long, the sugar becomes bitter. Caramel is made by slowly heating the sugar in a thick-bottomed pan to 170 ° C. As the sugar melts and approaches this temperature, the molecules break down into different components. A brown color develops, the caramel will boil slightly and it will also smell different. Once the sugar has completely melted and is lightly browned, you can pour it on a greased surface.



Sugar, hardened vegetable oil (coconut, palm kernel, soy), glucose syrup, milk, acidity regulator, flavors, emulsifier, anti-caking agent, salt.


Also known as: Coffee Mate Karamel Macchiato
Country of origin: America (USA)
Brand: Nestlé
Code: 050000602360
Content: 425 gr.

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