Pumpkin Spice Cake coffee encourages you to draw out your coffee moment. This Lungo base blend of smooth South American Arabicas gets a subtle sweet pumpkin flavor wrapped in subtle spice notes – cinnamon, clove, and cardamom – and a cake-like sweetness. Insider tip: When adding milk, a hint of licorce unfolds tucked into a caramel a biscuit sweetness
Known for tea, the Japanese also have a real affinity for coffee. Striving for sophistication and natural sweetness, they love both a rich coffee and a balance of elegant aromas. World Explorations Tokyo Vivalto Lungo captures the essence of these preferences with refined Ethiopian and Mexican Arabicas. Complex, floral, with a hint of acidity – you will be pleasantly surprised by this cup. Drink it like a local: Extract your long black cup up to 5 fl oz (150 ml) and take time to savor its aromas.
A destination for true foodies, Buenos Aires is a highlight of Argentina’s vibrant food scene. Sweetness prevails, and coffee is no exception: they love it sweet and milky! Buenos Aires Lungo blends a gently roasted Colombian Arabica with Ugandan Robusta to deliver distinct cereal and sweet popcorn notes. A tribute to the city’s love for smooth long cups. Drink it like a local: Add a generous drop of milk and sugar at will to your Lungo for an extra treat.
If you like to enjoy coffee more on the bitter side, Nespresso Paris Espresso would be perfect for you. With cereal aroma and citrus flavor, Paris Espresso is the best to drink as espresso 1 oz – 1.3 oz (30-50 ml).