Tokyo Vivalto Lungo

Tokyo Vivalto Lungo Review

  • Origin: Ethiopian Arabica and washed Mexican Arabica coffee
  • Intensity: 6
  • Roasting: 3
  • Acidity: 1
  • Bitterness: 2
  • Body: 3

The new 2021 version, inspired by Tokyo and Japan coffee culture, of the classic Vivalto Lungo capsule.

Very light brown crema, nearly white. Thick and decidedly bubbly. A coffee with a clear aroma of cereals and flowers, with jasmine being the prevalent one.

Medium-low intensity, with a thin body. A delicate floral-based blend, with a basic bitterness and acidity at high temperatures. A pleasing roastiness element comes up as the coffee cools down.

Barely bitter overall, with a slightly more pronounced acidity, sign of a light-medium roasting and Arabica beans. Cereals, perhaps some biscuits, flavors on one side pairs well with the mellow floral flavors on the other side. A coffee with a feeble aftertaste, where the bitterness and roastiness are more noticeable.

Definitely leaning towards the bitterness more when brewed in smaller quantities. As an espresso it becomes a much darker cup of coffee, where the floral flavors take the backseat and the coffee feels decidedly more intense.

Overall a refined blend, where the Ethiopian and Mexican Arabica beans merge well together, showing some of the best qualities of both origins. A delicate, classy, and relaxing coffee.

Tokyo Vivalto Lungo package
Tokyo Vivalto Lungo package

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