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Caffènation

Roast ED

Roast ED is Caffènation's most popular espresso blend that is a perfect mix of three coffees which harmonises to give this coffee body, powerful flavour and a whole lot of character!

*Each box comes with 10 Nespresso®-compatible capsules.

Size:

10
  • 10
$12.00
Coffee notes
  • Aroma
    Almonds, Caramel, Dark Chocolate
  • Body
  • Acidity
  • Sweetness

Roast ED

$12.00
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Coffee details

Caffenation

Caffènation are an Artisanal Specialty Coffee roastery based in Belgium with a focused on more than just coffee. Their ambition: to change the world of coffee and the people who make it. At your service since 2003, they now operate a roastery and 4 other coffee bars, including an outpost in Amsterdam.

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  • Type
    Blend
  • Processing
    Various
  • Origin
    Brazil | Colombia | Ethiopia
  • Varietal
    Various
  • Roast level
  • Suitability
    Espresso, Milk Coffee, Long Black, Iced Coffee
  • Others
    Made of equal parts of coffee from Brazil, Colombia and Ethiopia, the idea behind Roast ED is to offer value for money and a coffee that is accessible. If you want a coffee that is low in acidity, easy-to-drink and versatile, this one is for you!

On the Morning Machine

Brew Mode: Bloom & Brew

Bloom & Brew is the Morning Machine's flagship ready-to-brew recipe which incorporates a pre-infusion stage, "wetting" the coffee and allowing it to "bloom" prior to the start of your brew. The outcome is a higher extraction which results in a stronger cup of coffee.

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Coffee Trivia
A Brief History of Coffee Capsules

At the present day, coffee lovers are awfully spoilt for choice when it comes to quick and easy ways to enjoy a cuppa, at the ready and in an instant—from freeze-dried coffee, drip bags, to of course, capsule coffee. Which leads us to wonder, how did capsule coffee come to be?

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