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Bittersweet Chocolates & Hazelnuts
Honey Coated Nuts
Hot Chocolate, Marshmallows, and Spice
Dark Caramel Sticky Date Pudding
Dark Chocolate and Stone Fruits
Hook (Indian blend)
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|Producer||Hook (Indian blend)|
Luscious dark chocolate notes and hints of elegant spices makes this single origin the haute couture of coffee. Sip fashionably with pinky raised.
Cocoa channel is our 100% Indian blend consisting of Monsoon Malabar and India AA. This cup truly showcases the varietals out of India and the stunning coffees it has been producing, but unfortunately also heavily under appreciated. Don’t be surprised that you can actually get Indian coffees that taste like Ethiopian ones!
Also a bit of history about Monsoon Malabar in case you might be interested.
Historically, it use to take six months or more months for the coffees leaving India in the wooden hulls of sailing ships to make it down the East African Coast, around the Cape and then up the Western coast of Africa to Europe. During this time the Indian coffee, which was subject to monsoon humidity in port, took the flavor of wood and the sea. After the invention of the steam ship and the Suez Cannel, this long trip was shortened, and this "monsooned" flavor disappeared. But this flavor was missed, and thus was born Monsoon Malabar
Really love this coffee😍😍😍
very rich mouthfeel
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|Altitude||1,150 to 1,200 m|
|Varietal||Catuaí, Catucai & Yellow Topazio|
Bask in natural flavours of bittersweet chocolate and sweet earthy chestnuts with every sip without getting in the sun. If only getting a healthy flush was always this easy.
The coffee in Brazilian Tan is grown in Alto Paranaibi, the highest altitude growing area in Cerrado Mineiro, this Brazilian Cerrado batch is processed naturally and is allowed to slow dried over time, which helps hold in its super sweet and full-bodied flavor.
ABOUT THE REGION
This batch of Brazilian coffees is grown in the Cerrado Mineiro growing region of Brazilian state Mato Grosso. The Cerrado Mineiro region was the first recognized by the Brazilian government as a "Protected Geographical Indication" or PGI, which is Brazil's way of saying that coffee from the region embodies what Brazilian coffee should taste like.
Not acidic. I like!
Love everything about this coffee, fragrance, intensity etc
Love the intensity with the dark choc hint!
It’s incredibly full in texture and mixes so well with full cream milk! strong, chocolatey blend with a roasty taste, full of yums.
Carlos Alberto Ulchur
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|Producer||Carlos Alberto Ulchur|
This fully washed Columbian coffee resonates with luscious nuttiness and subtle sweetness. Hazelnut and almond notes are accompanied by beautiful wild flower honey
Expect to enjoy this coffee at any time of the day and don’t worry, no one’s gonna judge you for going nuts over this.
This microlot was produced and processed by Carlos Alberto Ulchur, a smallholder member of the ASORCAFE - Inzá, Cauca producer group. Produced at 1,900 metres above sea level, this very special lot was selected out from the rest of the organization’s producers as being of exceptional quality. This coffee had us wowed and is a great showcase for what this remote and often overlooked region of Colombia has to offer.
Intensity on the box (9) differs from your website (12), so I was rather disappointed when it turns out weaker than I preferred. My current fav is still Nespresso Kazaar.
coffee seems a bit too acid for me. price ard the same as nespresso.
No flavour profile when its brewed.. just flat
I liked it!
Magical. If there is such a thing as perfect coffee, this is it. Well rounded, high dynamic range, full flavor with a nutty finish. Just beautiful. Perfect marks, at least for my flavour profile.
Does not fit into my nespresso machine.
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|Processes||Washed, sun dried on patio|
Velvety hot chocolate topped with marshmallows and spice — what could be more comforting? Well, a coffee that tastes just like that! This cup will literally get you screaming “Give me S’more”!
This is a classic example of an outstanding Indian coffee with a cupping score of 87.5. This coffee was grown by the Shankar family in the Western Ghat mountains and the farm dates back to 1865 first established by the British, only changing hands in 1950s. The Shankar family’s complex approach to poly-culture farming included providing dense shades of fig, silver oak and jack fruit, with pepper vines, cardaom and vanilla accompanying in the understory.
This beautiful orchard is also home to a wide range of flora and fauna and wildlife such as deers, foxes, Jungle Pigeons and wild boards. The Kalledevarapura has been shade grown in a polyculture forest farm environment and has been cultivated without the use of pesticides, herbicides or synthetic fertilizers.
Ordered in form of shotpod! Good balance between acidity and intense smell. Love this, I would say. Thanks much for the lovely packaging, keep it that way! Maybe sometimes, handwritten messages during festive seasons would be lovely, don't you think so?
Rufino Dominguez López
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|Producer||Rufino Dominguez López|
Strong and powerful like The Godfather of the mafia, this coffee offers an explosion in your mouth with an aromatic dark Italian roast and hints of burnt caramel and sweet dates for a sinful mouthful and a satisfyingly bittersweet finish
Strong, Dark, Bold, Powerful. These are the similarities between this coffee and the famed mob drama, The Godfather.
This coffee was grown and produced on a small farm, Finca La Florida. Nestled in the highlands of charming Marcala, a municipality in the Honduran department of La Paz, Finca La Florida lies in a region internationally renowned for its exceptional and widely enjoyed coffee. To this day, coffee crops have become one of Marcala’s most precious patrimonies. To recognise the region’s commitment to high quality and sustainable standards, the DOP (Protected Origin Denomination) was awarded to Marcala in 2005, which was the first awarded to Central American country.
Proud of their coffee heritage and the region’s indigenous Lencan culture (one where the Lenca have a mutual relationship with their land, agriculture and interaction with the ecosystem), the farmers work hard to protect the quality and reputation of their coffee and this region remains one of the most beautiful and unspoiled areas of Honduras.
Rufino Dominguez López is one such farmer who exudes great passion when sharing his knowledge about the production of coffee at Finca La Florida. With perseverance and handwork, he purchased a small plot of of uncultivated land (just under a hectare), and transformed it into his pride and joy — in turn bringing joy to those who drink his coffees.
Love it! Very smooth and delicious. Love the packaging too.
Really good taste. Better than Nespresso originals.
Too mild. Also could not fill 2 shots of nespresso. 2nd shot very diluted
Very nice, fragrant
Full bodied nice flavour coffee great for morning dose
It's good so far :)
With a dash of steamed milk, served as flat white. 👍🏻
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|Country||Papua New Guinea|
|Varietal||Typica and Bourbon|
If you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to be a bird in paradise, indulge in this coffee's dark chocolate base, brightened by hints of tropical stone fruit flavours. It finishes like a smooth landing, leaving a lingering & smokey oolong aftertaste.
The Bird of Paradise is a species of birds endemic to New Guinea, distinguished by its striking colors and bright plumage of yellow, blue, scarlet, green - and this coffee is as beautiful and exotic as its name suggests.
Bird of Paradise was shade-grown and cultivated on the rich volcanic soils of Purosa Valley in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New guinea, where rain is abounding and native wildlife flourishes. Purosa is the nucleus for a range of coffee and community activities and is located 93 kilometers South-West of Goroka township, the capital of the Eastern Highlands Province.
As the area is isolated and difficult to access it was decided some years ago to follow an organic coffee stream so as to add value to the coffee and to compensate for the difficult access and the historically low prices persisting at that time.
The coffees are the labour of love of Purosa Co-operative’s smallholder farmers who come from various indigenous groups. Despite a history of tribal conflict especially between the North Fore and South Fore groups, they have come together to produce this inspiringly harmonious coffee.
The objectives of the co-operative include pooled-effort and investments for the improvement of roads and infrastructure, to enhance resources for community schools in the district, to support four health centres and aid posts through the provision of beds and medicines, and to provide employment particularly women's groups.
Lovely coffee! Thanks! :)
José Messias Delgado
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|Producer||José Messias Delgado|
|Altitude||1,175 metres above sea level|
On and off the runway, Sweet Bundchen is sexy, creamy, and confidently bold - tasting of rich milk chocolates & delicately nutty hazelnuts. Add a little milk and be reminded of your favourite childhood chocolate bar, Kinder Bueno.
The name of this coffee was inspired by the much-loved Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen — for very obvious reasons! Let’s not forget that Bundchen is also the Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme.
The revised Sweet Bundchen was produced in Sítio Maranhão, that was acquired around 35 years ago by JoséMessias’s father, who was the first member of the family to begin farming coffee. The farm was small –only 13 hectares in total –but the potential for quality was huge. The farm lies above 1,100 meters and boasts rolling hillside upon which the coffee plantations are situated. Even though the family is only two generations in (three, counting José’s son, who’s learning the ropes), they’ve made a reputation for the farm and are producing lots of Icatu and Catuaí of exceptional quality.
José currently manages all activities on the farm and dedicates all his time and effort to ensuring the best care and handling is given to every tree. He also takes stringent measures with harvest and post harvest procedures to ensure the farm’s promise for quality is carried through.
These days José also relies on his son, Clayton, to work alongside him. He is passing on the knowledge that he gained from his own father –an assurance that the third and hopefully fourth and fifth generation will continue farming this beautiful countryside.
Sítio Maranhão’s only economic activity is coffee production,so there is every reason to believe that the family WILL continue producing well into the future. Even though the family are categorised as ‘small producers’and use traditional, family farming methods, they continue to be dedicated to high quality and have received great feedback due to their responsible farming practices and high level of administrative organisation.
Loved it - chocolatey notes that melded wonderfully with bitterness.
Still the best Shotpod
Not intensely flavoured
love the sweet taste of this coffee, especially with milk!
NESPRESSO CoMPATIBLE!! yey!
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