Nestlé and Starbucks have launched their first products since the two companies joined forces last year.
The new range of 24 coffee products, under the Starbucks brand, will be available globally.
They include whole bean and roast and ground, as well as the first-ever Starbucks capsules developed using Nespresso and Nescafé Dolce Gusto systems.
The new range also includes a variety of signature Starbucks blends and single-origin coffees.
Through the global coffee alliance, Nestlé has the perpetual rights to market Starbucks Consumer Packaged Goods and Foodservice coffee and tea products around the world.
The companies say the agreement will "consolidate Nestlé's leading position in the global coffee business while significantly strengthening Nestlé's coffee portfolio in North America."
Nestlé will start rolling out these products in several markets across Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East and the U.S.
Patrice Bula is an executive vice president at Nestlé: "Our two teams have done an outstanding job in just six months developing a range of new and exciting premium coffees, crafted with care and passion, combining Nestlé's coffee and system know-how with the Starbucks coffee, roasting and blending expertise."
"We are very pleased to be able to provide our premium high-quality Starbucks coffees to customers at home across the world's most popular single-serve platforms, the Nespresso and Nescafé Dolce Gusto systems," said John Culver, group president of Starbucks International.