In an Australian airport first, Sydney Airport will launch a Nespresso pop-up boutique at the T2 Domestic terminal.
Launching in time for winter on 28 May, the Nespresso pop-up boutique will be available for a limited period from June to August in T2 Departures. The T2 refresh will provide customers with added choice and value, enhancing the overall airport experience.
The concept store will feature the grand crus wall, displaying the full range of 23 grand crus coffees. Coffee specialists will be on hand to guide customers through the full range of grand crus coffees on offer, providing a unique tasting session pre-flight. The Nespresso pop-up boutique will also provide a handy and environmentally friendly capsule recycling collection point for existing customers.
Loïc Réthoré, general manager, Nespresso Australia & Oceania said, “We receive great feedback from club members regarding their boutique experience. The new Nespresso pop-up boutique will increase the accessibility of our coffee experience for people travelling via the airport.”
Sydney Airport general manager, retail Glyn Williams said, “One thing our customers expect from their airport experience is a choice of quality coffee options. We have exceptional coffee retailers at both T1 and T2 and we’re excited to partner with a respected coffee brand like Nespresso for the winter period.”
The Nespresso pop-up boutique will be located in Sydney Airport’s T2 Departures from June to August 2015.
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