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Ristretto

A blend of South American and East African Arabicas, with a touch of Robusta, roasted separately to create the subtle fruity note of this full-bodied, intense espresso.

Composed of some of the best South American Arabicas from sources such as Colombia and Brazil, Ristretto also contains the great, lightly acidic East African Arabicas and a touch of Robusta for added zing.

The beans are roasted slowly and separately to obtain an original bouquet bringing together acidic, fruity, and roasted notes. Its finely ground texture creates an Italian-style coffee: intense, with a rich flavor and full body.

Strength: 10
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Arpeggio

A dark roast of pure South and Central American Arabicas, Arpeggio has a strong character and intense body, enhanced by cocoa notes.

A selection of the best South and Central American Arabicas, with fruity or malted profiles, characteristic of Costa Rican coffees.

Arpeggio is roasted intensely to bring out the characteristics of each origin. Its full body develops from the fine grinding of the beans.

Strength: 9
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Roma

The balance of lightly roasted South and Central American Arabicas with Robusta, gives Roma sweet and woody notes and a full, lasting taste on the palate.

Cultivated at high altitude, the Central American Arabicas bring finesse, whilst the Brazilian Arabicas and Robustas provide body and a lingering taste on the palate.

Light roasting and fine grinding bring finesse to the blend and create a short espresso, which is not too strong.

Strength: 8
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Livanto

A pure Arabica from South and Central America, Livanto is a well-balanced espresso characterized by roasted caramelized notes.

This blend is composed of the most prestigious Central and South American Arabicas, found in Costa Rica and Colombia and is cultivated according to traditional methods to preserve their malted and fruity profiles.

A medium roasting, accentuates malted notes, whilst fruity notes evolve to create a complex and delicate caramelized bouquet.

Strength: 6
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Capriccio

Blending South American Arabicas with a touch of Robusta, Capriccio is an espresso with a rich aroma and a strong typical cereal note.

The presence of South American Arabicas grown at high altitude gives this blend a light acidity, which is balanced with the perfect amount of Brazilian Arabica and a touch of Robusta.

The light roasting of this blend creates a rich character and preserves a light acidity.

Strength: 5
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Volluto

A pure and lightly roasted Arabica from South America, Volluto reveals sweet and biscuity flavours, reinforced by a little acidity and a fruity note

The Brazilian and Colombian Arabicas that go into making Volluto come from small plantations that produce very high quality coffee. They are grown in respect of the environment and local traditions.

A light roasting preserves the cereal note of the Brazilian Arabica and the fresh and fruity note of the Colombian coffee.

Strength: 4
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Cosi

Pure, lightly roasted East African, Central and South American Arabicas make Cosi a light-bodied espresso with refreshing citrus notes.

A combination of the finest Arabicas from East Africa gives this blend a characteristic lemon note harmonized by the lightness and sweetness of Arabicas from Central and South America.

A light roasting, perfectly executed by the Nespresso Master Roasters, enhances the fragile citrus note of Cosi. This Grand Cru provides an outstanding freshness and lightness.

Strength: 3
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Dulsau du Brasil

A pure Arabica coffee, Dulsão do Brasil is a delicate blend of red and yellow Bourbon beans with a distinctive note of toasted grain. The beans are treated semi-dry to allow the mucillage sugars to infuse the bean with a mellow flavour, then separately roasted to reveal an elegantly balanced satiny sweet flavour with a note of toasted grain.

Subtly sweet, red and yellow Bourbon coffee beans are grown in the hill-top plantations of southern Brazil. They are harvested by hand, then pulped and sun-dried to allow the mucillage sugars to infuse the bean with a mellow flavour.

Some beans are roasted lightly to retain their natural sweet flavour and achieve a roundness on the palate. The remaining beans undergo a longer roasting for a distinctive toasted flavour.

Strength: 4
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Rosabaya de Colombia

This blend of fine, individually roasted Colombian Arabicas, develops a subtle acidity with typical red fruit and winey notes.

The varieties that make up this "Pure Origin" Espresso are cultivated by small coffee growers in the highest region of Colombia. Hand-picked and treated with the wet method to intensify its aromas, the coffee is then dried in parchment and transferred to the Paramo de Letras region, where the cold, dry climate preserves it.

Split roasting of the different varieties allows the fruity and acidic notes to come to the fore, whilst adding body.

Strength: 6
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Indriya from India

Indriya from India is the noble marriage of Arabicas with a hint of Robusta from southern India. It is a full-bodied espresso, which has a distinct personality with notes of spices.

The Arabica and Robusta chosen for this blend grow in southern India, in the shade of large trees that also provide shelter for pepper and spice growing. Grown on high altitude plantations, the Robusta we use is a very pure coffee, very intense and slightly bitter. Only absolutely perfect beans, which have passed a rigorous selection process, are used for Indriya from India.

The Arabica is lightly roasted, to preserve its subtle aromas. In contrast, the Robusta is well roasted to reveal its intensity and develop a full body. Very fine grinding supports the body and enhances the flavour.

Strength: 10
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Linizio Lungo

Pure Arabica from South America, Linizio Lungo is a well-rounded blend made of Brazilian and Colombian coffee. The split-roasting gives a cereal, malty note typical for the Bourbon variety, while maintaining its mild and smooth character.

Arabicas from Brazil and Colombia that go into making Linizio Lungo are handpicked. Treated differently, the Brazil Bourbon beans are washed, then depulped, and dried in the sun with their mucilage; the Arabica from Colombia on the other hand will be fermented with its mucilage and washed afterwards.

The split roasting reveals the specificities of each origin. On one hand, longer roasting yields a darker bean that reveals the malted cereal notes of the Bourbon beans. On the other hand, shorter roasting of the Arabica from Colombia yields lighter beans and highlights the softer notes reminiscent of sugar cane, specific to its region of origin.

Strength: 4
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Vivalto Lungo

Vivalto Lungo is a balanced coffee made from a complex blend of separately roasted South American and East African Arabicas, combining roasted and subtle floral notes.

A complex and contrasting blend. The South American Arabicas, grown at high altitude, bring a light acidity, the Ethiopian Arabica adds its floral touch, and the "Cerrado" coffee from Brazil reinforces the character and develops the bitterness.

Separate roasting brings out the characters of the different origins. The grinding of the beans results in a coffee best enjoyed in a large cup.

Strength: 4
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Fortissio Lungo

Made from Central and South American Arabicas with just a hint of Robusta, Fortissio Lungo is an intense full-bodied blend with bitterness, which develops notes of dark roasted beans.

A fine and balanced base of Central and South American Arabicas accentuated with a dash of Robusta to bring body and character.

Intense split roasting reinforces the character of its different origins and develops its intensity, body and bitterness.

Strength: 7
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Decafeinato Lungo

The slow roasting of this blend of South American Arabicas with a touch of Robusta gives Decaffeinato Lungo a smooth, creamy body and roasted cereal flavor.

This is a carefully selected blend of the finest Brazilian and Colombian Arabicas with a touch of Robusta.

Slow and sustained to enhance grilled notes.

Strength: 2
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Decafeinato

A blend of South American Arabicas reinforced with just a touch of Robusta is lightly roasted to reveal an aroma of red fruit.

An elegant and precise blend combining several South American Arabicas, Colombian Arabica for a fruity note, and a touch of Robusta.

A short, light roasting accentuates the fruity and refreshing character of Decaffeinato. The grinding process is adjusted to obtain a coffee that's light yet distinctive.

Strength: 2
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Decafeinato Intenso

Dark roasted South American Arabicas with a touch of Robusta bring out the subtle cocoa and roasted cereal notes of this full-bodied decaffeinated espresso.

A selection of South American Arabicas enhanced with a touch of Robusta adds a rich and intense flavour to the coffee.

A short and intense roasting develops its toasted notes and reinforces its body.

Strength: 7