Emmi Caffè Latte has now been on the market for ten years, during which Emmi has learned a great deal about how consumers like their coffee. An important finding is that Emmi Caffè Latte is enjoyed as a refreshing kick start to the day or as a post-lunch pick-me-up. However, in the evening, many consumers avoid caffeinated drinks, including chilled coffee.
With Emmi Caffè Latte Macchiato Decaff, Emmi is meeting the desire of many consumers who want to reduce their intake of caffeine or avoid it altogether. The recipe for the new variety is based on that of Emmi Caffè Latte Macchiato, which, owing to its full-bodied, creamy aroma, is Switzerland’s most popular variety. The Arabica beans used in Emmi Caffè Latte Macchiato Decaff are grown in Brazil and – like all beans used for Emmi Caffè Latte – are sourced from Rainforest Alliance-certified farms.
Spain loves Decaff
This was the first Swiss product by Emmi whose initial launch took place outside of Switzerland. The caffeine-free variety of Caffè Latte (known as Kaiku Caffè Latte Descafeinado) has been on the Spanish market since 2012. Experiences so far have been extremely positive.
Emmi Caffè Latte Macchiato Decaff is now available from retail outlets in Switzerland.
Milk-based beverage made with whole milk and freshly brewed coffee.
79 % whole milk, 17 % freshly brewed caffeine-free Arabica coffee (Rainforest Alliance Certified), sugar, stabiliser, thickener
Emmi Caffè Latte website: http://www.emmi-caffelatte.com