Coffee roaster St. ALi has released its new ready-to-drink iced coffee cartons, collaborating with premium milk supplier Riverina Fresh.

The new range uses ethically sourced, traceable beans from St. ALi’s growers as part of its Orthodox blend.

It is presented in a 300ml carton and is now stocked in around 530 Woolworths stores across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.

St. Ali founder Salvatore Malatesta said, “I grew up with Big M and I have so many fond memories of that time. Big M brings me back to beaches and surf. The St. ALi iced coffee cartons are like the speciality coffee take on it.”

“It’s a tradition we’re honoured to continue.”

The new St. ALi iced coffee cartons are now available in independent stores for RRP $5.00 and Woolworths stores on Australia’s east cost for RRP $4.00.

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