Brown foam! Intense, pungently spicy flavor and aroma, clearly a dark roast already from the firm, aroma, sweet, permeating, and bold!
Quite a little dry with a medium-full body, a few spicinesses, like Curcuma and black paper, can be experienced in the aftertaste. In general, an averagely bitter, a dark chocolate, a cup of coffee with notes of delicious caramelized sugar due to the dark roasting.
Features Starbucks Caffè Verona by Nespresso Dark
Extremely low acidity, barely noticeable when warm, simple to drink than the strong aroma would have hinted at. The dryness marries well with its spiciness and extreme intensity for a blend that’s an excellent morning cup but works well as an afternoon one, as it is not as a dark drinking experience as expected.
Sugar, chocolate, spices, and salty notes merge into a surprisingly easy-to-drink coffee. Not highly flavorful, more like a specific, direct sort of blend, created with a particular aroma profile in mind.
Reasons to buy Starbucks Caffè Verona by Nespresso Dark.
Dark cocoa and sweet, sour roast aroma
Well-balanced capsules and rich coffee with a dark cocoa texture
The coffee you love without leaving your house, just Starbucks Caffè Verona by Nespresso Dark, enjoy at home
These are compatible with Nespresso Coffee machines (Not compatible with NespressoVertuo)
A very seductive blend of coffee beans with a touch of Italian Roast for soul, depth, and sweetness
Very decent in the aroma, balanced, sweetly aromatic, roast with a twist of little charred cedar. In the cup, pungent and sweet, but the charred cedar notes shift to charred board notes, woody and expressionless.
With a vague shot of fruit at the top of the profile, we hope the nominating reader tasted a great sample of the Starbucks Caffè Verona than this one.
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