.Intenso blend Nescafé Dolce Gusto compatible capsules are created for people who love coffee with a strong, decisive flavour profile, due to the higher percentage of Asian Robusta beans. The resulting coffee is creamy and smooth on the palate, inspired by the best Neapolitan tradition.
The capsules are sold in practical boxes of 16.
Meseta Intenso Dolce Gusto compatible capsules create a highly aromatic coffee, with notes of spices and fresh fruit; the dark roasting of the beans adds a strong roasted aroma. In the cup, it’s a full-bodied drink, with a dark, dense and persistent cream. On your palate, the coffee has an intense, decisive flavour, created for people who love strong coffee, with a pleasant touch of acidity and a persistent aftertaste.
Meseta Classico Nescafé* Dolce Gusto* compatible capsules are created for those who love a traditional Italian coffee; the blend is a combination of Brazilian Arabica and Robusta beans from Africa and the Far East.
They are sold in practical boxes of 16 capsules
The Classico blend, in particular, is the most traditional and is made from a superb combination of Arabica and Robusta beans. On an olfactory level, there is a predominant aroma of roasting, with a slight scent of flowers and fresh fruit. In the cup, the coffee has a dark, persistent cream, with a good structure. When you taste the coffee, you can appreciate the blend’s full body, with a pleasant touch of acidity; on the other hand, there is hardly any sweetness or bitterness.
Meseta Supremo Nescafé* Dolce Gusto* compatible capsules contain a highly refined blend of 100% Arabica premium quality coffee. A meticulous selection of the varieties used endows this coffee with its typical fruity and floral aroma, while a special roasting procedure highlights its delicate flavour and smooth aroma.
The capsules are sold in practical boxes of 16
Supremo is a blend of 100% Arabica coffee with special distinctive characteristics, typical of these beans.
Firstly, Arabica beans contain more sugar than Robusta beans; for this reason, 100% Arabica tastes sweeter.In general, this kind of coffee is grown in South America where, after harvesting, the beans are usually “washed,” or placed in water. They are then periodically moved about to remove the skin from the bean. This process produces higher quality coffee than beans dried in the sun – which, due to the heat, immediately lose some of their properties – and gives the beverage its typical floral and fresh fruit scents, which are found in the Meseta Supremo blend.
In the cup, the coffee has a dark, persistent cream, an intense aroma and a pleasant touch of acidity, typical of all blends made from only Arabica beans. It is a harmonious, elegant coffee, to be sure, created for the most refined palates.