An espresso with a heavier aroma and a taste dominated by herbal bitterness.
A darkly-roasted espresso with an aroma bringing intense bitterness, mellow toffee and distinct roasted notes. The taste is bitter and smokey.
An espresso that is sharp and heavy on the nose and harshly bitter on the palate. These are clear signs of strong oxidation.
An espresso with a heavy, earthy aroma combining dark-roast bitterness and creamy sweetness. The taste is light and watery, offering only a mild taste of grapefruit bitterness.
A single-origin espresso with an intense and robust aroma of wood, tobacco and burnt toffee. The taste is dominated by bitterness.
Single-origin coffee that is bitter and rough both on the nose and on the palate.
Coffee with a pleasant aroma of cereals, caramel and wood, and an unbalanced taste of lemony acidity and dark-roast bitterness.
Heavily roasted coffee with aroma combining earthy notes with hints of cereals, walnuts and sour cherries, and a taste dominated by a sharp bitterness.
An espresso with a balanced aroma of dark-roast bitterness and cereal sweetness and a sharp taste with lemony acidity and intense bitterness.
An edition of biodegradable capsules that allow the coffee in them to oxidize, resulting in an underwhelming espresso.
An organic, single-origin Arabica packaged in biodegradable capsules that produce espresso with a sharp and heavy aroma and an unbalanced, bitter taste
Coffee with a low-intensity aroma combining dark roast bitterness with light sweetness and a starkly acidic and intensely bitter taste.
A rather underwhelming espresso with a heavy aroma and an unbalanced taste.
Single origin Guatemala coffee with sweet nougat on the nose and dark-roast bitterness on the palate.
This coffee made of bio-certified beans is dominated by bitterness of very dark roast.
An intensely dark espresso with notes of burnt toffee and free fitness classes included.
This single origin India makes an extra bitter and spicy cup of espresso.
Two editions of capsules with well-designed packaging that make rather underwhelming coffee.
This single origin Colombia brings sweetness on the nose, followed by intense acidity and rough bitterness of darkly roasted coffee.
A darkly roasted, intense espresso with distinct bitterness on the palate.
This single origin Ethiopia delivers rather underwhelming coffee with intense acidity and a lack of depth and aromas.