Costa Bosh sandwiches

Source: Costa Coffee

The menu includes Plant-Based Saucy Chicken Fajita Wrap and Plant-Based Crackin’ Ham & Cheeze Toastie

Costa Coffee has teamed up with Bosh to extend its plant-based product range for Veganuary.

The range aims to appeal to vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians.

It includes Plant-Based Saucy Chicken Fajita Wrap (from £4.75), Plant-Based Crackin’ Ham & Cheeze Toastie and Plant-Based Smashin’ Sausage Bap (both from £3.75) – as well as sweet treats, like Caramelised Biscuit Rocky Road (from £2.60) and Double Chocolate Cookie (from £2.45).

Bosh, which teamed up with Costa to launch a vegan traybake slice in 2021, said it was “incredibly proud” to be working with the high-street coffee shop chain again.

The latest collaboration would make it “more convenient than ever for customers to enjoy flavourful plant-based options without compromising on taste”, Bosh added. 

In addition to the Bosh collaboration, Costa has also introduced a trio of “game-changing” hot milkshakes: White Chocolate & Strawberry, Salted Caramel Coffee and Chocolate Hazel (all from £4.10).

The drinks are topped with whipped cream and either colourful sprinkles, caramel vermicelli or brownie crumbs.

Costa has also added several breakfast, lunch and bakery items, including Pork & Apple Sausage Roll (from £3.20), Raisin & Almond Granola Pot (from £2.15), Banana Loaf Cake (from £3.05) and Orange & Raspberry Victoria Sponge (from £3.65).

Plus, it has brought back its Hog Roast, Roast Chicken & Bacon (both from £4.95) and Heinz Beanz & Cheese (from £3.45) toasties, as well as its Chocolate & Caramel Muffin made with Rolo (from £2.70), Salted Caramel Brownie (from £2.45), Blueberry Muffin, Sicilian Lemon Muffin (both from £2.55) and Chocolate Cornflake Cake (from £1.75).

It has also improved the recipe for its Lemon Drizzle Loaf Cake (from £3.05), adding lemon glaze and lemon oil to make it “even more indulgent” and “zingy”, according to Costa.

All products are available from today (4 January).