• Stockholm Fortissio Lungo
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    Stockholm Fortissio Lungo review

    Origin: Arabica coffee from India (Monsooned Malabar) and Colombia Intensity: 8 Roasting: 4 Acidity: 2 Bitterness: 3 Body: 3 Order: Buy Stockholm Fortissio Lungo at Amazon The new version of the classic Fortissio Lungo, inspired by the coffee culture of Stockholm. Another capsule part of the new World Explorations range. Brown foam. a moderate aroma of hazelnuts, malted cereals, delicate. The aspect of the coffee is of a dark roasted one but the smell is more subdued. Quite more dark roasted at the taste, with cocoa, malted cereals and nutty flavors reigning over any others. Moderately bitter when hot. A low-key acidity appears among the bitterness, slightly more noticeable at…

  • Nespresso World Explorations new series

    In related news to the rebranding of the Lungo capsules, they will make part of a new series, called “World Explorations”, that is inspired by various cities around the world. There will be a total of 6 capsules in this new collection, namely: Tokyo Vivalto Lungo: the new Vivalto Lungo Vienna Linizio Lungo: the new Linizio Lungo Stockholm Fortissio Lungo: the new Fortissio Lungo Cape Town Envivo Lungo: the new Envivo Lungo Buenos Aires Lungo: a popcorn-like aroma for a mild capsule inspired to Buenos Aires Shanghai Lungo: an Arabica blend from China Most probably the old capsules that are being rebranded will have a different taste profile too, as…

  • Rebranding coming for the Lungo capsules

    Rumors have it that a new rebranding is coming for some capsules. This time, for the Lungo ones, Envivo, Fortissio, Vivalto and Linizio. They should be called: Cape Town Envivo Lungo Stockholm Fortissio Lungo Vienna Linizio Lungo Tokyo Vivalto Lungo Thus following the same mold of the Ispirazione Italiana, each of these capsules should become “inspired” by the cities in the name. The capsules will have a slightly different look, keeping only the same color as before. Update: the rebranding will also involve changing the taste profile of the capsules.

  • Nespresso Fortissio Lungo
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    Fortissio Lungo review

    Origin: Indian Malabar coast Arabica blended with Latin America Arabica coffee. Intensity: 8 Bitterness: 3 Acidity: 2 Body: 3 Roasting: 4 Order: Buy Fortissio Lungo capsules at Amazon Dark brown foam. Burnt and a bit flowery smell, with a hint of sweetness. Low acidity and just in the aftertaste. Dry and bitter at a first taste. Not very dense, quite a smooth, light cup. Malty and red fruits, somewhat burnt, notes prevail, with a splash of bitterness. More dry at lower temperatures while less bitter.