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Earn Stars at participating Starbucks stores and at Starbucks Store online with purchases of At-Home coffee and tea products such as packaged coffee, Starbucks VIA® Ready Brew, Starbucks® K-Cup® Packs and Verismo® Pods, and Teavana tea tins. Also earn Stars with purchases of Tazo teas on Starbucks Store online.

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Verismo® Vanilla Latte Kit

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1 Star
Everything you need to make sweet vanilla lattes at home. Place Vanilla Syrup in the bottom of your cup, brew a Verismo® Caffè Latte, stir and enjoy.
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Tasting Notes Sweet, creamy vanilla.

Verismo® Vanilla Latte Kit 3.7 5 3 3
great taste It taste great back off on the vanilla to find your flavor and or add a little sugar good luck October 9, 2013
Great tasting treat for coffee Excellent flavor perfect addition for the Verisimo coffee pods. Very convenient and great quality. February 28, 2013
Doesn't taste like the one at Starbucks I've tried making this multiple of times, but mine never tastes like the ones I'd buy at Starbucks? The vanilla syrup is waaayy too overpowering. I tried 1 serving (2 tblsp) and that didn't taste good. So now I just use 1 tblsp to reduce the flavor, but it still does not taste the same. Am I doing something wrong? February 23, 2013
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