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Nespresso VertuoLine Flavour Aroma Selections

Nespresso VertuoLine Flavour Aroma Selections
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Synopsis: What are the different Nespresso VertuoLine flavors and aroma selections available for the Vertuo Line Single Serve Coffee and Espresso Capsule or Pod system.

Freshly Brewed Coffee

  • Origin

    Smooth, rich cereal notes are brought to the fore by Guatemalan washed Arabica, which are then blended with Nicaraguan beans to create a strong, distinct flavor.

  • Roasting

    Stormio is mainly comprised of dark and long roasted beans, which help to develop its intensity, both in terms of body as well as singular notes.

  • Aromatic profile

    A long prewetting and high temperature allow to express the spicy and woody notes of Stormio.

  • Origin

    Fusing the flavors of two different continents, this blend of fine Arabica beans from Central America and East Africa serve up contrasting, yet complementary tastes in Odacio.

  • Roasting

    Odacio boasts character thanks to the split-roasting of the beans’ origins; long-roasted Nicaraguan coffee beans bring structure and body to Odacio, while the light roasted Ethiopian Arabica reveal more delicate notes.

  • Aromatic profile

    The full body of Odacio is obtained thanks to a long prewetting and high temperature, while the intermediate flow ensures the expression of delicate East African beans.

  • Origin

    Central American Arabica coffee delivers balance and a harmonious character to Melozio, which is enhanced by the sweet, honey notes of fine Brazilian Bourbon coffee beans.

  • Roasting

    Thanks to the split-roasting, the fine Brazilian Bourbon beans reveal flavors rich in sweet cereal notes, giving a sensuous, smooth texture. The soft character and balance is achieved through the second split of Central American Arabicas.

  • Aromatic profile

    The fast flow and high temperature ensure a roundness of flavor, which is typical in blending lightly roasted Bourbon and Central American Arabicas.

  • Origin

    South American Arabica coffee beans create a refreshing fragrant brew, with rich layers of tastes supported by a light body.

  • Roasting

    The Colombian and Brazilian Bourbon beans are separately and lightly roasted to highlight each origin’s specificity. The fine Brazilian Bourbon brings roundness and natural smoothness, while Colombian Arabica adds fruitiness and light acidity to the blend.

  • Aromatic profile

    Elvazio has a very special extraction profile, starting at low temperature and slow flow followed by a higher temperature and fast flow. This combination ensures the expression of the light, fruity notes of this very delicate Arabica blend.

Hazelnut flavored
A blend of slightly roasted Brazilian and Central American Arabicas infused with a hazelnut flavor which creates a smooth, balanced Coffee that is sweet to the taste with a distinct, nutty aroma. Adding milk gives a praline note to the original hazelnut flavor.

VANILLA FLAVORED
The flavor of vanilla brings a velvety layer of taste to the roundness found in this smooth and balanced blend of Brazilian and Central American Arabica coffee beans. With milk, Vanizio becomes creamy and biscuity, for a gourmand break.

  • Origin

    Superior Colombian and Costa Rican Arabicas are blended to create this round, smooth malted coffee.

  • Roasting

    The split roasting technique brings out the best of both beans’ origins. The dark roasting of Costa Rican Arabica delivers distinct malty notes, while the long roasting of Colombian Arabica brings a nice rounded body to Decaffeinato.

  • Aromatic profile

    The low temperature and medium flow delivers a delicious rounded and smooth decaffeinated Coffee.

  • Origin

    Caffeinated and decaffeinated Arabicas from Ethiopia, Central and South America blend to deliver a smooth, sweet and velvety coffee with half the caffeine.

  • Roasting

    Brazilian coffee beans are separately lightly and quickly roasted to bring about sweet aromas, while the second roast-split brings a velvety structure to the blend.

  • Aromatic profile

    This blend of caffeinated and decaffeinated coffees is extracted at a low temperature and with a medium flow. The result is a smooth, medium intense coffee with delicate hints of biscuit.

AUTHENTIC ESPRESSO

  • Origin

    Diavolitto is an original blend that combines Central and South America Robusta beans together with Brazilian Arabica. The resulting brew is a surprisingly powerful Espresso. The washed Robusta and Arabica off-set this intense blend, with a smooth and fine texture.

  • Roasting

    Diavolitto is a highly roasted blend, which delights with its bitterness and rich body. Split roasting the beans reveals aromatic specificities of each of the beans’ origins, delivering an intense, powerful Espresso without harshness.

  • Aromatic profile

    The long prewetting of Diavolitto helps to better extract the intensely roasted Robusta coffee in this blend. Thanks to a slow flow and a high extraction temperature the strength and deep intensity are balanced with a smooth texture.

  • Origin

    The presence of South American coffee beans create this intense Espresso, while Costa Rican beans balance the full body by bringing soft cereal notes to the blend.

  • Roasting

    Altissio is intensely and shortly roasted to reveal the full-bodied character of this bold blend.

  • Aromatic profile

    This strong but very balanced, smooth coffee is obtained through the combination of a short prewetting, a slow flow and a high extraction temperature.

  • Origin

    The sweet, light taste and biscuity fragrance of this Espresso are achieved by the inclusion of fine Brazilian Bourbon coffee beans. At the same time, the mildness of the cup is enhanced by coffee from the highlands in the central region of Colombia.

  • Roasting

    Colombian coffee beans are lightly roasted to reveal a slight acidity. This is perfectly balanced by the long roasting of Brazilian Arabica, which enhances the sweet and biscuity notes, to deliver a harmonious blend.

  • Aromatic profile

    The low extraction temperature and slow, gentle flow emphasize the sweet character of this rewarding Espresso.

  • Origin

    Decaffeinato Intenso is created with coffee beans from South Colombia and unwashed Brazilian Arabica. Together, they reveal fruity and cocoa notes, while a touch of fine unwashed Asian Robusta provides a dense body.

  • Roasting

    The depth of this Espresso comes mainly from the dark roasted coffee beans. The flavor is further enhanced by a medium-roasting, which generates delicious fruity notes.

  • Aromatic profile

    Prewetting is key to this intense decaffeinated Espresso which is well infused prior to the extraction beginning. The fast flow ensures a balance between the cocoa and fruity notes.



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