• Cafe chain Zarraffa’s Coffee has launched a new limited range for winter – the Dreamy Mocha range – which the company says is designed to warm customers' hearts and sweeten their taste buds.
Source: Zarraffa's
    Cafe chain Zarraffa’s Coffee has launched a new limited range for winter – the Dreamy Mocha range – which the company says is designed to warm customers' hearts and sweeten their taste buds. Source: Zarraffa's
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Zarraffa’s Coffee has launched a new limited range for winter – Dreamy Mocha – which the company says is designed to warm customers' hearts and sweeten their taste buds.

In 1996, Zarraffa’s Coffee began as a Gold Coast based roasting house founded by Kenton and Rachel Campbell. From that first store, it has grown to a 70 location company, serving customers across Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales.

For the winter months, Zaraffa’s has introduced its Dreamy Mocha range, which blends two fan-favourite flavours. Described as “the perfect winter indulgence”, the drink combines Zarraffa’s signature espresso with rich caramel and white chocolate, topped with fudge and caramel-infused cream.

Zarraffa’s Coffee CEO, Marnie Sheldon, said that the Dreamy Mocha offers a comforting, sweet escape in every cup

"We're excited to introduce our new Dreamy Mocha that perfectly captures the essence of winter and is a real treat that will appeal to those with a sweet tooth during the cooler months,” she said.

The Dreamy Mocha range is available in all Zarraffa’s Coffee stores from 1 July to 8 September, in sizes short, tall, grande, masai, and jumbo. Stores can be located, and the full menu and nutritional information can be viewed online at zarraffas.com.

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