MERLO AND ALCHEMY BLEND

Written on the 17 June 2011

MERLO AND ALCHEMY BLEND

Coffee company merlo has teamed up with fellow Queensland business Alchemy Cordial Company to unveil the Merlo Café Series Syrups.

The Merlo Café Series Syrups consists of four flavours – caramel, chai, hazelnut and vanilla created by Merlo founder Dean Merlo and Alchemy founder and business development manager Michael Bishop.

The new products represent an expansion of Merlo’s coffee line-up and represent an example of two Queensland companies sharing expertise and success.

Merlo says that Australia is a country that loves its coffee, with over one billion cups of coffee consumed in cafes and restaurants each year.

“Australians also enjoy experimenting with coffee flavours and this behaviour has led us here to trial and now unveil the Merlo Café Series Syrups,” he says.

“Merlo has already expanded our range to include everything café’s need and now coffee lovers can also come to us for everything to make café quality coffee at home. It’s a coffee coup for Queensland.”


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