infuso
COFFEE

A hearty cup.
A healthier brew.

INFUSO COFFEE GIVES
A FRESH ALTERNATIVE

to your daily caffeine fix, lovingly crafted for you, the health-conscious coffee sipper while delighting your taste buds.

WHY INFUSO COFFEE

Instead of using non-dairy creamer present in majority of instant coffees, Infuso uses skimmed milk powder to lessen health risks and enhance your daily cuppa with nutrition.

Normal
Instant Coffee

  • Coffee powder

  • Sugar

  • Non-dairy creamer

Infuso Coffee

  • Arabica & Robusta
    coffee blend

  • No added sugar

  • Skimmed milk

NON-DAIRY CREAMER

Trans fat

  • Commonly found in processed food
  • Increases the risks of heart diseases
  • Raises ‘bad’ cholesterol levels but lowers ‘good’ cholesterol levels1

High fructose corn syrup

  • Artificial sweetener
  • May contribute to weight gain and obesity2

SKIMMED MILK

Lower fat

  • Much lower fat content compared to whole and low-fat milk

Protein and minerals are maintained

  • Sodium, calcium and magnesium

A healthier choice for those watching their cardiovascular health and fat intake.

COFFEE BEAN FACTS

Arabica and Robusta are the two main species of coffee cultivated and consumed in the world.

arabica

  • SMOOTH AND RICH
  • SLIGHTLY SWEET WITH
    HINTS OF FRUIT
    AND CHOCOLATE
  • LOWER CAFFEINE CONTENT
  • HIGHER BEAN QUALITY

robusta

  • BITTER WITH A
    GRAIN-LIKE OVERTONE
  • HIGH IN ANTIOXIDANTS
  • HIGHER CAFFEINE CONTENT

THE INFUSO BLEND

The Infuso coffee range is masterfully crafted with a unique blend of Arabica and Robusta coffee beans

Its flavour is enhanced with freeze-dried coffee extract for a richer profile, giving you quality coffee with impeccable taste and fragrance.

ENHANCED NUTRITION

Skimmed milk
Low fat
No added sugar

QUALITY BLEND

Arabica &
Robusta beans

infuso
COFFEE

Your Daily Cuppa

FRAGRANT BREW

Uncompromising
flavour

EVERYDAY DELIGHT

Convenient sachets

References:

1 Sacks, F. M., Lichtenstein, A. H., Wu, J. H., Appel, L. J., Creager, M. A., Kris-Etherton, P. M., ... & Stone, N. J. (2017). Dietary fats and cardiovascular disease: a presidential advisory from the American Heart Association. Circulation, 136(3), e1-e23.

2 Bray, G. A., Nielsen, S. J., & Popkin, B. M. (2004). Consumption of high-fructose corn syrup in beverages may play a role in the epidemic of obesity. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 79(4), 537-543.