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Tealive teams up with Nestlé for Kit Kat drink range

The items are featured in the chain’s new concept store.

Tealive has teamed up with Nestlé for a new Kit Kat drink range, showcased in the chain’s new concept store.

“This collaboration with the world’s top chocolate brand shows yet again that Tealive delivers on our brand promise of ‘Always More Than Tea’,” Bryan Loo, founder and CEO of Loob Holding Sdn Bhd, which owns Tealive, said.

The range includes the Kit Kat Coco Wafer Smoothie, made with wafer spread with chocolate cookie crumbs. Two new drinks launched are a Signature Smoothie (Chocolate flavoured) and a Berry Smoothie (Strawberry flavoured).

Juan Aranols, CEO of Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad, added: “With the introduction of this latest launch of the KITKAT Spread, we hope to continue inspiring our B2B partners with the endless possibility to innovate their products and produce delicious breaks Malaysians would enjoy, starting now with this exciting collaboration with Tealive.”

The launch was held at Tealive’s new concept store at Pavilion called Tealive+, offering top picks from the Tealive menu reinvented as “indulgent, exclusive” drinks prepared only from this store.
 

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