Friday, July 4, 2014

Nescafé Creamy White

It's Nescafe's latest instant, 3-in-1 coffee mix.

How is Creamy White different from all the other instant coffee variants? Well, it is the only one that [allegedly] uses Nestlé Milk, resulting into a creamier concoction.



Is it good? No. It's TOO SWEET! The sugary taste overpowers the coffee flavor. The pack tells you to mix the contents of a sachet with 200 ml of water. The result? A cup of diabetes! And no wonder! Look at the ingredients! Loads of glucose and syrup, not to mention chemicals that are hard to pronounce.



Now, about the muchpeddled creamier texture? Well, we find that it is as creamy as the old Nescafé Brown 'N Creamy, no difference whatsoever. 

And yeah, the color of the drink is not white. LOL!

Contrary to what its TV ad says, Creamy White is not bago. It's just like all the other Nescafé 3-in-1 variants. Nothing really different, nothing really new.

A sachet costs Php 6.



Try it and judge for yourself.

But if you don't want to develop diabetes, we say skip this one.  

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