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Costa Coffee Launches ‘Costa Ice’ Coffee Coolers

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has launched “Costa Ice,” its summer range of coffee coolers in four flavours including Classic Cooler, Vanilla Cooler, Roasted Hazelnut Cooler, and Caramel Latte Cooler.

The Costa Coffee Coolers also have an option of being topped with Mocha Italia Crème. Costa Ice also offers lemonades in classic, mint, and peach flavours apart from its range of iced coffees that include Iced Latte, Iced Espresso Americano, Iced Cappuccino and Iced Mocha.

Speaking on the occasion, , General Manager, Marketing, Costa Coffee India, said: “Costa Ice is a wildly popular summer theme with our customers and Coffee Coolers are a tempting way to beat the heat without compromising on your love for the authentic taste of Costa Coffee. We are sure that coffee lovers will especially adore our all-new smooth and luxurious Mocha Italia Crème that adds texture and great taste to our Coffee Coolers.”

Costa’s Coffee Coolers are priced at Rs 140 onwards and are available at all its outlets across the country.

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