Illy Issimo Launches Resealable To-Go Bottles

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18-May-2012 --- With natural ingredients, no preservatives, added colors or flavors, illy issimo is a sophisticated blend of authentic 100 percent Arabica coffee packaged in a new stylish bottle that offers an extra ounce of coffee to savor and is best enjoyed chilled.

18 May 2012 --- With five unique flavor offerings, illy issimo is a leading coffee-based beverage that truly pleases the sophisticated palate. Made through a collaboration between illycaffè and The Coca-Cola Company, the ready-to-drink, Italian espresso style beverage is now available to be enjoyed any time from 9.5 oz resealable glass bottles in three flavors: Latte Macchiato, Cappuccino, and Mochaccino flavors.

With natural ingredients, no preservatives, added colors or flavors, illy issimo is a sophisticated blend of authentic 100 percent Arabica coffee packaged in a new stylish bottle that offers an extra ounce of coffee to savor and is best enjoyed chilled.

“To keep up with consumer demand, we are happy to offer three of our popular illy issimo flavors in larger single serving bottles. We have taken the on-the-go, fast-paced lifestyle to the next level with our resealable glass bottles, and now consumers can enjoy the pure quality of illy issimo 100 percent Arabica coffee blend in a delectable new way,” said Tom Larsen, illy issimo General Manager, Venturing and Emerging Brands. “From 110-120 calories a bottle, illy issimo will continue to delight coffee enthusiasts and chocolate lovers without the guilt–whether in the car, while studying, at the office, or during any activity.”

illy issimo Latte Macchiato is a smooth espresso coffee drink blended with milk and sugar. illy issimo Cappuccino is a rich espresso taste blended with lowfat milk and cocoa, and Mochaccino delivers the first coffee made with DOMORI Cocoa, the same cocoa in eight-time Golden Chocolate Award winning DOMORI Chocolate, a delicacy otherwise unavailable in the United States.

illy issimo Latte Macchiato, Cappuccino, and Mochaccino flavors are available in individual bottles with a suggested retail price of $2.49.

illy issimo first launched in the U.S. in 2009 and is the first premium ready-to-drink coffee made from illy’s unique coffee blend and natural ingredients without no preservatives, added flavors or colors.

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