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Cherry - Soffio Ciliegia - Nespresso® compatible coffee capsules

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Cherry - Soffio Ciliegia
dark roast
$4.69 10 Capsules
$4.69 10 Capsules
dark roast
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Description

Arabica and Robusta beans combined with a subtle cherry flavor for a fruity and well-balanced espresso. This is a dark-roast espresso, taking its name from the Italian word for cherry, has a cherry aroma and a smooth finish. The beans used in this blend are grown and harvested in accordance to standards designed to increase sustainable development throughout the world, and is a certified Fairtrade International coffee.

 

 

Not compatible with VertuoLine machines.

Cherry Flavored Nespresso®* Compatible Capsules

Enjoyed in many different ways, cherries are one of the most popular fruits in America. With the Gourmesso Cherry - Soffio Ciliegia you can now add a touch of cherry sweetness to your day anytime with our certified Fairtrade Nespresso®* compatible coffee pods. Enjoy the hint of cherry in every sip of your coffee. Gourmesso provides the same quality you expect from Nespresso®*, but at a price that 30% lower.

Quality Coffee, made from selected Arabica and Robusta beans

The Gourmesso Soffio Ciliegia combines South American and Asian Arabica and Robusta beans with a subtle fruity cherry flavor, balanced and never overpowering. And like all Gourmesso coffee, the Soffio Ciliegia is Nespresso®* compatible for easy preparation in your Nespresso®* machine.

A Beautiful Blossom, with Roots in Asia

Cherries are a phenomenon around the world. But Japan in particular is famous for its 10-day-long Cherry Blossom Festival held from the end of March until early May. Records of the tradition go back as early as the first century, and the blooms have long been seen as symbolizing beauty and transience. In Japan, the viewing and appreciation of cherry blossoms is called Hanami . But you don’t have to be in Japan to enjoy it.

America’s relationship to Japan became tightly linked with the cherry blossom when in 1912 the city of Washington, D.C. received a gift of 3,000 cherry trees from the mayor of Tokyo. America’s own National Cherry Blossom Festival has grown, and now the period from March until May is one of the most popular times for tourists to visit the national capital.

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