• Nespresso Indriya from India

    Indriya from India review

    Origin: a blend of Arabica and Robusta from Southern India Intensity: 10 Bitterness: 4 Acidity: 3 Body: 4 Roasting: 4 Order: Discontinued A Pure Origin capsule, now discontinued in favour of Master Origin India. Dark brown foam. A pleasurable freshly roasted aroma. Hints of nutmeg at first. Quite dry and heavy cup, with little acidity. Cocoa flavours prevail, with subtle hints of spiciness. The crema is persistent and remains thick till the end of the tasting. A bitter and strong cup overall, with a strong character.

  • Nespresso Rosabaya de Colombia

    Rosabaya de Colombia review

    Origin: 100% Arabica coffee from Colombia Intensity: 6 Order: Buy Rosabaya de Colombia capsules at Amazon A Pure Origin capsule discontinued in favour of Master Origin Colombia. Medium brown foam, nearly copper. Sweet, fruity aroma. Quite acidic, with a subdued bitterness. A medium cup, with a not very noticeable crema. At lower temperatures it’s well balanced, acidity becomes less dominant but bitterness doesn’t increase. A fruity, velvet-y, nearly wine-like cup of coffee. Easy on the palate, medium/low intensity (more a 4 than a 6 as claimed).

  • Nespresso Barista Scuro

    Barista Scuro review

    Origin: Arabica coffee from Colombia and Ethiopia Intensity: 8 Bitterness: 3 Roasting: 2 Order: Buy Barista Scuro capsules at Amazon A 2017-2019 Barista Limited Edition. Brown foam. Nice aroma, just slightly burnt. Quite acidic, especially at first, but not much bitter to be tasted. Good intensity, with a medium, oily, body. Very well balanced aromatic profile overall, with no flavour being more noticeable than any other. A tiny hint of sweetness can be savoured at lower temperatures. With milk at first retains mostly the bitterness, which instead subsides at lower temperatures. Acidity dissipates. A very well balanced cup also with milk.

  • Nespresso Dulsao do Brasil

    Dulsão do Brasil review

    Origin: Pure Burbon coffee from southern Brazil Intensity: 4 Order: Buy Dulsão do Brasil capsules at Amazon A Pure Origin capsule now discontinued. Light brown foam. Pleasurable coffee aroma, sweet. Medium acidity, peculiarly bitter at a first taste. Cereals, malt and some gingerbread flavours, with acidity increasing at lower temperatures while the bitterness subsides, making it a more balanced cup. Not very flavourful nor sweet overall, an easy and mellow cup.

  • Nespresso Barista Corto

    Barista Corto review

    Origin: A blend of different origins, among which Monsooned Arabica from India and a washed Robusta from Guatemala Intensity: 11 Bitterness: 5 Roasting: 5 Buy: Order Barista Corto capsules at Amazon A 2017-2019 Barista Limited Edition that then became a regular capsule. Brown foam. Roasted aroma, strong and persistent. Medium acidity and quite bitter. Colder is less acidic but bitterness remains. Hints of chocolate, dark, can be tasted at times but overall the very dark roasting of this capsule obfuscate flavours. Strong and bitter is what the majority will feel of the Barista Corto. Drank with milk, the Barista Corto mantains a moderate flavour of roastiness while the chocolate is…

  • Nespresso Barista Chiaro

    Barista Chiaro review

    Origin: A blend of Arabica coffee from Kenya and Indonesia Intensity: 5 Bitterness: 1 Roasting: 1 Buy: Order Barista Chiaro capsules at Amazon A 2017-2019 Barista Limited Edition. Light brown foam. Weak aroma, slightly sweet. Very light bodied, nearly watery, with no bitterness whatsoever nor any acidity, especially when hotter. Intensity is claimed to be 5 but feels like a 2. A sort of a oily feeling at the back of the mouth when drinking, making for a nice texture. When drank as intended, with milk, the taste is very light, with caramel notes prevailing. Not bitter and no acidity at all. Lacking a coffee aroma, the resulting cappuccino smells…