ITALIAN ESPRESSO IN PODS – INTENSE AND BALANCED TASTE
Italian Espresso in compostable pods: Blend of Mild Coffee – with a very low natural content of Caffeine and rich in Antioxidants.
*AVERAGE CONTENT 1 COFFEE (7 gr)
Italian Espresso in compostable pods has a naturally roasted “SWEET” coffee blend, consisting of 7 types of Central American, Asian and African coffees of Arabica and Robusta species. Intense and balanced taste.
A blend of naturally roasted MILD coffee, consisting of 7 types of Central American, Asian and African coffee of Arabica and Robusta species. Intense and balanced taste.
Sales unit: Single-dose pods in modified atmosphere with Nitrogen – Red Color DESCRIPTION Provenance: Central America – Africa – Asia Countries: Brazil – Colombia – Cameroon – Indonesia – India – Ecuador Guatemala Species: Arabica 90% – Robusta 10%
- Visual and tactile sensations: espresso with a delicate cream, with tight meshes. Light brown, amber, not black. It should be served in a hot cup.
- Taste sensations: espresso with an excellent body. Taste strong but not hard and with a lingering aftertaste. Naturally mild. Delicately aromatic. Initial notes of cocoa, subsequent fragrance of vanilla.
Espresso Italiano is a MILD coffee with a very low percentage of Caffeine (about 1.6%) and a very high number (around 800) of other healthy components, such as Omega 3, Antioxidants, Mineral Salts, Proteins, etc.Like all mild coffee: ·
- it’s a friend of the heart and lungs, because it plays a cardiotonic action and reduces asthma; ·
- it enhances memory and relieves headaches; ·
- it’s an ally in the diet, because it helps to control appetite and has diuretic effects;·
- it’s a support for the nervous system, because it improves psychomotor performance, resistance to sleep and fatigue;·
- With antioxidants, it helps slow down the aging process of cells.
A healthy subject can drink up to 5 cups a day. *Sources: University of Scranton (Pennsylvania) – Harvard School of Public Health of Boston (Massachusetts) – Fondazione per lo Studio sugli Alimenti e la Nutrizione (Roma) – Coffee Science Information Centre (Worchestershire).