SEATTLE — One year after first entering the refrigerated creamer category, Starbucks Corp. and Nestle SA are adding non-dairy varieties to the brand’s retail portfolio. The innovation comes as part of the companies’ global coffee alliance.

Made with a blend of almond milk and oat milk, Starbucks Non-Dairy Creamers are available in two flavors: caramel and hazelnut. The caramel creamer was inspired by Starbucks’ Caramel Macchiato, while the hazelnut variety was inspired by the Hazelnut Latte.

Starbucks Non-Dairy Creamers are set to hit the refrigerated dairy aisle nationwide beginning in August. The new products join Starbucks’ dairy-based creamer portfolio, which includes caramel, white chocolate, Cinnamon Dolce and toffee nut flavors. The brand also offers a pumpkin spice variety in the fall. Nestle and Starbucks first entered the creamer category in July 2019 and created the global coffee alliance in August 2018.