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 The bronze colour is intensified by a strong, outspoken taste. The distinctive flavour of dark chocolate typical of African coffees leaves a prolonged aftertaste reminiscent of the rich notes of toasted almonds with slight hints of spice.

Our capsules are compatible with Èspresso®1882 TRÈ coffee machines and Nespresso®* Citiz, Pixie, Essenza, Lattissima, U and Maestria coffee machines for home use.

* The trademark is not the property of Caffè Vergnano S.p.A. or other connected companies.

A$5.49 /Pk.

1 package [Pk.] = 10 capsules


Aromatic Quality

Values (g/100ml).

FATS 0,10

Technical Details

Net-weight per Bag 50gr
Capsules per Pack 10capsules
1 Capsule 5 gr of coffee
EAN CODE 8001800006300
Bag Size 340 X 270 X 260 mm
Capsule Type Biodegradable plastic

Serving examples

Did you know all your favorite coffee drinks are based on an espresso? What can you make with it?
Americano (Use 1 espresso shot and 2 parts of water)

There is a popular, but unconfirmed, belief that the name has its origins in World War 2 when American G.I.s in Europe would dilute espresso with hot water to approximate the coffee to which they were accustomed.

Cappuccino (Use 1 espresso shot steamed milk and milk foam)

The name comes from the Capuchin friars, referring to the colour of their habits. The Viennese bestowed the name Kapuziner in the 19th century, although their version included whipped cream, which the Italians found rather heavy.

Flat White (Use 1 espresso shot and steamed milk)

Australian food historian, Michael Symons, claims that the name "flat white", meaning an espresso with milk, originated in Sydney, Australia, in the mid-1980s, in contrast to the terms "short black" and "long black". The style was developed and standardised in Wellington, New Zealand, in the late 1980s.

Latte (Use 1 espresso shot and steamed milk and milk foam)

Coffee and milk have been part of European cuisine since the 17th century (there is no mention of milk in coffee pre 1600 in Turkey or in the Arab world). ‘Caffe latte', 'Milchkaffee', 'Cafe au lait' and 'Cafe con leche' are domestic terms of traditional ways of drinking coffee.

Macchiato (Use 1 espresso shot and milk foam)

Traditionally caffe macchiato is made with one shot of espresso, and the small amount of added milk was the 'stain'. However, later the 'stain' or 'spot' came to refer to the foamed milk that was put on top to indicate the beverage had milk in it.

Mocha (Use 1 espresso shot steamed milk, chocolate syrup and whipped cream)

Cafe mocha, in its most basic formulation, can also be referred to as hot chocolate with espresso added. Like cappuccino, cafe mochas typically contain the well-known milk froth on top, although, as is common with hot chocolate, they are sometimes served with whipped cream instead.

Irish coffee

just use espresso, whiskey, sugar and thick cream.

Irish coffee

The classic cocktail is made of hot coffee, Irish whiskey, and sugar (some recipes specify that brown sugar should be used) topped with thick cream. The original Irish coffee was invented and named by Joe Sheridan, a head chef in Foynes, County Limerick.

To make your perfect Irish Coffee fill footed mug or a mug with hot water to preheat it, then empty. Pour piping hot coffee into warmed glass until it is about 3/4 full. Add the brown sugar and stir until completely dissolved. Blend in Irish whiskey. Top with a collar of the whipped heavy cream by pouring gently over back of spoon. Serve hot.

  • 1 cup freshly brewed hot coffee (use espresso and some hot water)
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1 jigger Irish whiskey (1 1/2 ounces or 3 tablespoons)
  • Heavy cream, slightly whipped

Dolce far niente

means sweet doing nothing.

Make sure you enjoy the simple things in life, like a great espresso.