UK: Nestles launches self-heating can of coffee

By Sarah Diston | 11 May 2001

After re-launching Nescafe Gold Blend and introducing Nescafe Ice, Nestle's latest launch is coffee in a self-heating can, Nescafe Original Hot When You Want. Hot When You Want is a combination of Nescafe and semi-skimmed milk with two variants milk or milk and sugar and each can has an internal heat-engine, which once activated heats the coffee in three minutes.

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After re-launching Nescafe Gold Blend and introducing Nescafe Ice, Nestle's latest launch is coffee in a self-heating can, Nescafe Original Hot When You Want. Hot When You Want is a combination of Nescafe and semi-skimmed milk with two variants milk or milk and sugar and each can has an internal heat-engine, which once activated heats the coffee in three minutes.

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