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jbviau wrote:Well, if I'm translating correctly (with Google's help in the case of Dutch), here's the skinny on Dhjana:
1. A blend of Brazilian, Colombian, and Costa Rican Arabica beans along with Indian Robusta
2. Intensity: 8
3. Beans are 100% AAA-certified (Nespresso's Sustainable Quality program)
4. Capsule color: copper-ish
5. To be released 9/12
Dutch: http://www.saravdv.be/2011/08/18/nespre ... on-dhjana/
French: http://www.lebloggourmet.net/2011/07/dh ... aa-de.html
English: http://recognisemag.blogspot.com/2011/0 ... offee.html
Nespresso wrote:From the luminous hills of Mogiana in Brazil, it takes its balance and intensity from the region’s finest Arabicas. The Arabicas grown at the heart of the luxuriant tropical forests of Costa Rica gives it a velvety texture with subtle milky notes, while its refreshingly fruity notes arise from the naturally misty skies of the Colombian Andes. From the heart of the undergrowth sheltered by tall trees, Indian Robusta brings to it full body and power, nuanced by a fine bitterness.
Nespresso wrote:Best served in an espresso cup...
jbviau wrote: Don, I got a Gaggia Classic last month.
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