Cappuccino is Italian for hood, which may explain why the coffee takes its name from an order of Franciscan Minor friars called ‘cappuccini’, who wore hoods on their habits. The foam on a cappuccino retains the heat of the coffee below – just like a hood!
Coffee Pods & Beverage Pods
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Grown according to Peruvian Minga traditions, NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® Peru Cajamaraca Espresso is an intense single origin Arabica. Fall for its unique aromatic signature with enveloping aromas of wood, liquorice, subtle pink pepper and blackcurrant bud notes. Intensity 8/11.
A Naples-inspired cafe where art and history create great cafes. Its thick, dark cream and typical dense body reveal its warm, roasted aromas. With an intensity of 13, this is the most intense espresso coffee from the NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® coffee blends.
Enjoy the elegant, fruit and floral NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® Americano. This is a light bodied, 100% Arabica long cup (230ml) with a fine crema and refined hints of lychee and rose in a perfectly mug-sized coffee. Intensity 4/9.
Discover the smooth NESCAFÉ® Dolce® Gusto® Honduras Corquin Espresso. An organically grown single origin Arabica with notes of honey, dark chocolate and malt that will not leave you indifferent. Intensity 6/11