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Carracci NAPOLI reveals intense roasted notes together with hints of bitter cocoa powder. Characterised by a rich cocoa note, Carracci NAPOLI is dedicated to those who love the authentic and tradition Italian espresso.
It's a full-bodied and well balanced coffee which consists of 30% Arabica and 70% Robusta, which give coffee a strong aromatic profile.
NAPOLI is roasted intensely to bring out the characteristics of each origin and develop its intensity, body and bitterness. It is indeed different from any other coffee and it's much more than just a caffeine boost.
Today, hardly anyone wants a simple coffee, everyone wants it special. Neapolitans do it better!
Characteristics NAPOLI Coffee by Carracci:
Taste each of Carracci's unique blends of coffee in the 100 Coffee Capsules Compatible With Nespresso® Mixed Pack. Select a new flavour every day, or keep the family happy with everyone’s favourite blends.
Carracci BOLOGNA: let's move from the south to the north to find out more about the traditions of the inhabitants of Bologna. Famous for being home to the oldest university in continuous operation, Bologna moves away from the bitterness of southern coffees to move towards a more soft and harmonious body.
Carracci MILANO: now let's move on to the renowned and world-famous city of Milan. We all know that Milan is a global fashion capital, but not everybody knows that it was the first Italian city to host the ancient literary cafés.
Carracci DECA: Have you ever had a cup of decaffeinated coffee that was so good, you scarcely knew it was 99.9% caffeine free? Maybe it was out Carracci DECA decaf coffee! But why do people switch to decaf? Decaf instead of regular can be beneficial in many ways: it helps people who are sensitive to caffeine, who are pregnant, nursing, or have heart conditions.
Carracci PALERMO: Palermo, a city that perfectly represents the union between sky, earth and sea, and it's historically linked to the Arabs, those who first made the most of coffee. This specific type of coffee is intense and dark, and it tastes a little bitter but it's definitively worth it: it's a coffee without compromise.