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UMUTIMA wa LAKE KIVU RWANDA
Savor the result of modern post-harvest practices of coffee growers from Lake Kivu, Rwanda. They produced this aromatic Arabica, guided by their dedication to growing high-quality coffee. Discover the refreshing union of fluid texture with bright, juicy fruit notes, enhanced by a delicate aftertaste. Intensity 6.

Origin
Highly aromatic Arabica, purely sourced from the small coffee communities of Lake Kivu region in Rwanda.

Roasting
One half of the green coffee beans undergoes a lighter roasting which highlights its juicy fruit notes. The other half gets a darker roast for delightful strength and texture. By thoughtfully selecting these parameters, Nespresso experts ensure that all the brightness and complexity of the beans’ flavour is delivered into your cup.

Aromatic Profile
The refreshing union of fluid texture with bright, juicy fruit notes, enhanced by a delicate aftertaste.
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TANIM de Chiapas Mexico
Relish the result of the traditional craftsmanship of coffee growers in Chiapas, Mexico. They produced this delightful Arabica, guided by their dedication to growing high-quality coffee. Discover the sweet harmony of a silky-smooth texture and bready aromas with delicious nutty notes. Intensity 7.

Origin
Highly delightful Arabica, purely sourced from the small coffee communities of Chiapas region in Mexico.

Roasting
To honour the versatile aromatic profile of the green coffee beans, Nespresso experts apply split roasting technic. One part if the beans gets a long-time low-temperature roast to protect the specific nutty and bready notes, while the other part takes a shorter, darker roast to enhance intensity and develop a silky-smooth texture.

Aromatic Profile
The sweet harmony of a silky-smooth texture and bready aromas with delicious nutty notes.
Anyone tried them yet? Gonna order some today.
post #992 of 997
The Tanim at first sip isn't that complex but it is quite nice. I greatly prefer the Umutima but I've only had one of each, so...
post #993 of 997
Not a fan of either, tbh.
post #994 of 997
Thoughts on the new Envivo Lungo?
post #995 of 997
^Not a fan. I don't dislike robusta, but this is just unpleasant. Too bitter etc.
post #996 of 997
Too bitter? I mean, to me at least (and I am hardly an expert) it is no more bitter than an average cup of coffee/espresso.
post #997 of 997
Yep. Very bitter. I have a dark Italian-style espresso roast with 25% robusta here that I brew in a French press that's far more balanced.

Are you drinking it as a lungo? Standard-sized lungo or significantly less?
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