I would like to close this month with another brand under Ferrero.
This is called pocket coffee which belongs to the family with Nutella under Ferrero.
We already know about Ferrero’s little history so in this article let’s look at some of the facts about Pocket coffee in particular.
Pocket Coffee is a true liquid 100% arabic coffee enclosed in a fine chocolate. Arabic coffee comes from Brasil, Costa Rica, S. Domingo and Colombia. And chocolate comes from South and central America.
They started with a classic pocket coffee and now it is aso available in decaffeinated. It is also gluten free.
Let’s check out the ingredients:
- 54% coffee ( sugar and liquid coffee 34% )
- 23% extra chocolate (cacao paste, sugar, cacao butter, coffee extract, soy lecitine, vanillina
- milk chocolate 14,5% (sugar, cacao paste, powdered milk, cacao butter, coffee, soy lecitine, vanillina)
- cacao butter
- cacao paste
- coffee extract,
- soy lecithin
- pure cacao
Nutritional value per 100g
- Energy 440 kcal
- fats 20.5 g
- saturated fats 3,3 g
- carbohydrates 58.8 g
- protein 3.5g
- salt 0.046g
Now Pocket Coffee has various sizes available:
It is not advised to conserve it inside the fridge because it might alter the quality of the product.
And this is also the reason why they don’t produce it during the summer as well. High temperatures will compromise the ingredients especially chocolate.
They retire the products from april and may and the product returns on october.
it is best on temperatures from 18°-22°. Avoid conserving it in humid places, with cheese, perfume and spices.
I will not justify my love for coffee and chocolate too. From time to time I do reward myself with some. It’s actually been awhile since I got pocketcoffee, and it is still great as I can remember. I am not sure about how this coffee works when you are sleepy nor it will replace the true italian espresso, but still if you have cravings, I do recommend you try it! The quality is for sure present as what other Ferrero products are.