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Dec 11, 2018

Review: Nescafe - Cold Whipped Lattes

Nescafe Cold Whipped Lattes feature a frothy blend of coffee and milk with what they're calling a "unique foaming technology" to deliver the texture of a latte. They're slated to launch in January 2019 but I got a few samples early to try.

The lattes come in Coffee and French Vanilla flavors. Each 10-oz bottle retails for $2.49 but I received these courtesy of Nestle.

According to the bottle, you're meant to shake it 10 times to get some froth going on and it works out pretty well. There was a nice head of foam to my coffee and it lasted a good amount of time. Looking at the ingredients, it looks like they added some baking soda to help with the foaming action and some cornstarch to give the bubbles some staying power.

Beyond the froth, the drink itself felt thicker than coffee and milk would normally be. I'd compare it to a completely melted milkshake in texture. In case you're wondering, the coffee isn't fizzy or anything like that.

Taste-wise, there's a pleasant and fairly creamy coffee flavor without any bitterness. The French Vanilla varieties throws in some moderate vanilla notes as well.

Overall, Nescafe Cold Whipped Lattes turned out really well. The cold frothing is unique as even an iced latte doesn't typically have much foam and they taste good.

Nutritional Info - Nescafe Coffee Cold Whipped Latte (296 mL)
Calories - 240 (from Fat - 50)
Fat - 6g (Saturated Fat - 3g)
Sodium - 160mg
Carbs - 39g (Sugar - 31g)
Protein - 9g

Nutritional Info - Nescafe French Vanilla Cold Whipped Latte (296 mL)
Calories - 240 (from Fat - 50)
Fat - 6g (Saturated Fat - 3g)
Sodium - 160mg
Carbs - 40g (Sugar - 32g)
Protein - 9g


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