Nespresso Cafezinho do Brasil

Cafezinho do Brasil Review

  • Origin: Arabica Cerrado coffee from the Minais Gerais and Espirito Santo regions with Bourbon from Carmo de Minas and Poços de Caldas
  • Intensity: 9
  • Bitterness: 4
  • Acidity: 1
  • Body: 4
  • Roasting: 4

A 2019 Limited Edition. Re-issued in 2021.

Dark brown foam. Intensely roasty, nutty aroma, with notes of spices and a weak sweetness. A classical, European espresso smell.

Darkly roasted, with plenty of bitterness but still conserving some of the original acidity. Quite an intense pod, medium/heavy bodied. At low temperatures sweetness and acidity are more noticeable but it is a capsule that remains on the dark, bitter side of the coffee spectrum.

Very persisting crema. Tasting notes of cocoa powder, nuts, specifically hazelnuts and cashews, accompany the general bitterness.

A typical Brazilian coffee as it has been brewed across European cafes for centuries. An entry among the most intense of Nespresso’s offerings.

Cafezinho do Brasil package
Cafezinho do Brasil package

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