Infiniment Espresso

Infiniment Espresso Review

  • Origin: Arabica beans from Tolima region, Colombia
  • Intensity: 6
  • Body: 3
  • Roastiness: 3
  • Acidity: 3
  • Bitterness: 3

A festive limited edition from 2022, born out of the collaboration between Nespresso and Pierre Hermé.

Light brown foam. Lightly roasted aroma, not particularly intense, with a good amount of cocoa and cereals notes.

At the taste it is immediately quite acidic, with just a pinch of bitterness, mostly in the aftertaste. Medium body, suggesting a light roast level, more than the score given by Nespresso would imply. Decidedly smooth, with the acidity posing as a nicely contrasting element.

An acidity that increases as the coffee cools down. The taste profile maintains the cocoa notes present in the aroma, but rather in the background. The scene is taken by the red fruits acidity, pepper notes, and vague floral scents. A bit of cereals can be identified as well.

The overall profile is straightforward, for a smooth and modern pod that is unlike the French tradition of it. Long-lasting crema.

A pod that is smooth and vibrant, albeit not rich. Considering the moderate intensity, it is a good capsule for a mid-day espresso, or for an acidic latte.

Infiniment Espresso package
Infiniment Espresso package

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