nespresso pure origins capsules pods review

 

They say “Blogging Is Like A Coffee. It Keeps You Awake.” LOL! OMG, I definitely had too much caffeine today. Speaking of caffeine, this is the third installment of my Nespresso and Nespresso pods or capsules review. The first one being the Nespresso Espresso Pixie Machine itself, reviewed HERE and the classic Espresso Capsules, reviewed HERE.

This time, I’m gonna be talking about Nespresso Pure Origin Capsules, which are basically coffees from other countries with its corresponding intensities. There are 4 pure origin capsules, namely: Bukeela Ka Ethiopia, Dulsao Do Brasil, Rosabaya De Colombia and Indriya from India. Their taste varies a lot from bitter to almost fruity. Some are more balanced while some are quite intense.

 

nespresso pure origins bukeela ethiopia

  • Bukeela Ka Ethiopia (Intensity 3) : Floral and Wild. This has to be prepared as a Lungo size to achieve the right intensity. For its taste, this has a very subtle coffee taste which is easy to drink for anybody who dislikes strong coffee. Also one of my faves in the Pure Origins line.

 

nespresso pure origins dulsao brazil

  • Dulsao Do Brasil (Intensity 4) : Sweet and Satiny Smooth. I love this coffee, for me, it’s the perfect taste because it’s slightly sweet yet very smooth and just very delicious to drink. You’d almost forget that you’re actually drinking coffee.

 

 

nespresso pure origins rosabaya colombia

 

  • Rosabaya De Colombia (Intensity 6) : Fruity and Balanced. Made of Colombian Arabicas, this coffee is right on its intensity description. It is quite fruity but not as balanced according to my tastebuds. For me, it’s quite heavy and has a slightly bitter aftertaste. But it’s still tasty and tolerable.

 

 

nespresso pure origins indriya india

  • Indriya From India. (Intensity 10) : Powerful and Spicy. Want a coffee that’s not just strong, but super-strong? This coffee can wake up the dead, LOL, and if you’re alive, you’re definitely gonna be dancing in the moonlight with this. It’s full-bodied and extremely bitter. Almost couldn’t tolerate this. But I know, there are some folks who actually like this kind of intensity in flavor.

 

To sum it all up, I like this collection of Nespresso Pure Origin Capsules except the Indriya from India. I think it’s too much for me, but anything from Intensity 6 down to the lowest Intensity would be perfect for me. How ’bout you? have you tried them? Which one’s you like best?

 

These Nespresso Pure Origins Capsules are available HERE.

 

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