Just when you thought you’d thought of everything to cook during lockdown, Nestlé South Africa just made your life easier with the addition of an innovative indulgent liquid creamer to its Nestlé Cremora range just in time for the winter season.
In support of South Africa’s most-loved powdered coffee creamer, the Nestlé Cremora brand has now expanded into the liquid creamer category. The product was launched digitally at a press event hosted by South African entertainment doyenne, Thembi Seete, who partnered with the brand to unveil this new category expansion of the Nestlé flagship brand.
“As a coffee lover I was excited to partner with the Nestlé Cremora brand in launching this exciting innovation, as it fully delivers on my expectation of a frothy, rich and indulgent coffee experience and I believe it will be well received by many South African households looking for a bespoke flavoursome and personalised homemade coffee or cappuccino experiences. I love that its proudly made in South Africa” said Seete.
The experience kicked off with a curated product demo and entertainment headlined by South African R&B musician, Langa Mavuso, who entertained the audience with his soulful sounds and debut online performance of his newest single, ‘Love Lost’.
“South African consumers have had a long-standing relationship with the Nestlé Cremora brand. The liquid creamer range is available in two delicious flavors most loved by South Africa; Vanilla and Hazelnut and both the flavors deliver on the rich and creamy indulgent promise that Nestlé Cremora has always been known for. While at the same time allowing them to experiment with flavors to bring in more excitement to their everyday coffee drinking rituals.” said Nicole Roos, Business Executive Officer, Nestlé Coffee and Beverages, South Africa.
The Nestlé Cremora liquid creamer is available in a 250ml pack, each pack offers 12 servings of 20ml per serving and retails from the recommended selling price of R17,99 at your local store including Checkers/Shoprite, Pick n’ Pay, and Spar. Both the tetra pack and the lid are fully recycleable.