Total of 100 Capsules. 10 sleeves which each have 10 capsules of the below.
Ristretto – The most heavily bodies of the blends, with the highest possible intensity rating of 10. Made from a combination of African and South American beans, this blend is ideal for cappuccino, and also works well as espresso.
Arpeggio – Arpeggio is the best crus if you like a latte. A full bodied blend, it has an intensity rating of 9. The flavor has undertones of cocoa. This intense mix of Arabica beans is sourced from South and Central America.
Roma – The best choice for pure espresso. With an intensity rating of 8, this blend has a full flavor. It is, along with Apreggio, one of the highest selling crus. It has woody and roasted aromatic notes. It is best as an espresso.
Livanto – Livanto is another blend with deep wooden notes, however with an intensity rating of 6, it is lighter on flavor. It is a well balanced blend and has a slight caramel flavor to it. It’s great for espresso, cappuccino, or latte.
Capriccio – An intensity of 5, this light bodied blend has notes of cereal and malt. This blend is grown in South America at high altitudes and has a combination of arabica and robusta beans. It’s best suited to espresso.
Volluto – Volluto is a lighter blend, with an intensity rating of 4 it has cereal and fruity notes to it. It’s sweet and lightly roasted.
Cosi – The lightest of the espressos, its intensity is just 3 and has lemony undertones. If you like a weaker latte or espresso then this is the choice for you.
Fortissio Lungo -Intensity rating of 7, those who like a full bodied lungo will appreciate this blend. It has dark notes of deeply roasted beans. It’s best enjoyed as a long pulled coffee.
Vivalto Lungo – A light and balanced blend, Vivalto has fruity notes and just the right amount of bitterness. An intensity rating of 4.
Decaffeinato Intenso – Roasted at high temperatures, the intenso has a stronger flavor and an intensity rating of 7.
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