Dear customers, due to national holiday on 03.03.2021 couriers will not deliver on that day. Please note that deliveries for orders made on 01.03, 02.03 and 03.03.2021 may be longer than usual.
Perfect coffee is no coincidence. Which means we push the boundaries uncompromisingly at every step of the long value chain from tree to cup, deliberately creating our Nespresso Coffee for your pleasure.
Where Nespresso Coffees come from?
FRUITY AND VIBRANT
Master Origin Colombia with Late Harvest Arabica uses only high-grown, washed processed Colombian Arabica. Can you taste the lively acidity and the burst of winey red fruit aromas? That comes from those coffee farmers who dared to wait longer before harvesting their crop.
FLOWERY AND BRIGHT
This is Ethiopian Arabica at its finest - decadently aromatic. It has an orange blossom aroma, but the rich fruit jam notes come from the sun-dried coffee in Master Origin Ethiopia with dry processed Arabica. Continually hand-turning the coffee cherry to ensure even drying calls for great care. And Ethiopian farmers have used this method for longer than anyone else.
SWEET AND HARMONIOUS
If Black Honey processing were the easy road to a nectarous coffee, they’d all do it. But only a few farmers dare. It’s a rare process because it calls for meticulous monitoring. Master Origin Nicaragua with ‘Black-Honey’ processed Arabica contains this coffee. It gives this Nicaraguan Arabica its smooth honeyed texture and sweet cereal notes.
INTENSE AND SPICY
Master Origin India with Robusta Monsoon gets its intense, woody, spicy aromatics from the monsooned Robusta blended into Indian Arabica. Monsooning coffees is unique to India’s southwest coast. Months of monsoonal winds repeatedly swell and dry the beans. It mimics the journey it used to take when sailing to Europe.
RICH AND WOODY
Master Origin Indonesia with wet-hulled Arabica is a race against rain. Sumatran farmers wet-hull their coffee because of the humid climate. They remove the parchment when the coffee is soft and moist because exposed beans dry faster. The method is unique to them and produces the classic Indonesian taste - velvety thick, wildly aromatic, notes of cured tobacco.
SWEET AND LIGHT COFFEE
Delightfully sweet and smooth, Volluto Decaffeinato has the same rich flavours and round body as the original Volluto coffee. The selected pure Arabica beans from South America are roasted lightly and separately to highlight their specificities and reveal the sweet biscuity, fresh and fruity notes. The aromatic profile of these coffees is carefully preserved during the decaffeination process, which respects the coffee bean’s true nature, allowing us to maintain the strength and richness of its aromas.
MILD AND DELICATELY TOASTED COFFEE
A blend of East African, Central and South American Arabicas which has been lightly roasted to preserve the fragile citrus note that creates the personality of Cosi. This very refreshing lemony note develops on a light body.
RICH AND DISTINCTIVE COFFEE
Capriccio is an Espresso with a balanced bouquet, a light acidity and a very characteristic cereal note. It is composed of Arabicas from South America including Brazil, in ideal proportions, and a touch of lightly roasted Robusta.
SWEET AND LIGHT COFFEE
Delightfully scented, Volluto has a round body, with sweet biscuit and light fruit notes. A combination of Brazilian and Colombian Arabicas, its light roast allows all the finesse of this coffee to be expressed.
Only the best conditions and the most proper environment lead to the perfect cup of coffee.
Come on a journey to the tropics of Capricorn and Cancer, where the fruits of the exotic Coffea Rubiaceae tree, luscious red in colour, dray their character from their terroir, their environment.
Origin and Species
The taste of a Nespresso Coffee depends on its blend composition and terroir.
Various types of Arabicas and Robustas
Altitude, soil composition and climate temperature
In our AAA Sustainable Quality Program, we’re learning together with our farmers how to improve their farms. At the end of the day, it’s the farmers who best understand their coffee trees.
JUAN DIEGO, NESPRESSO AAA Manager in Costa Rica
We believe that each cup of Nespresso coffee has the potential not only to deliver a moment of pleasure for our consumers, but also restore, replenish and revive environmental and human resources. The Positive cup program is based on continuous improvement and innovative sustainability solutions to create positive impact along the value chain from farmers to Nespresso consumers. It is our sustainable consumption commitment to our Club Members.
Our ambition and goals for 2020:
- 100% Sustainably sourced coffee
- 100% Responsably managed aluminium
- 100% Carbon efficient operations