How do you get a rich and intense coffee without simply dark roasting a Robusta? Fortissio Lungo set full-sail into figuring that out.
Balance out a thick, low-acidity Indian Monsooned Malabar with a couple of high-grown Colombian Arabicas and you’re well on
your way. The richness of Fortissio Lungo is all in the balance of the coffee origins, their distinct processing methods, and the
distinguished roasts. Sweet cereal and malty toasted notes lie beneath a spray of acidity and a lively bitterness. Sweet biscuit and
toffee notes appear when you try this full-sail coffee with milk.
This Nespresso coffee capsule is an Arabica coffee blend. What anchors Fortissio Lungo is the Monsooned Malabar. Back in the age of sailing ship, Indian coffees took on a wild ocean-air taste on their journey around the Cape of Good Hope. Today we recreate that mellowed acidity and full-bodied taste by warehousing coffee for months along India’s southwestern coast. Monsoonal winds blow through and transform the beans’ very structure.
The Monsooned Arabica gets a darker roast to enhance its body and cereal notes. A lighter roast of the washed Colombian coffee means all the classic finer aromatics stay in the balance of Fortissio Lungo. A very particular grind keeps this long black coffee smooth and rounded.
This Arabica coffee blend is as rich and deep as the metallic green Nespresso coffee capsule its housed in. The richness of the Fortissio Lungo pod is all in the balance of the coffee origins, their distinct processing methods, and the distinguished roasts.Sweet cereal and malty toasted notes lie beneath a spray of acidity and a lively bitterness in this Lungo coffee.
INGREDIENTS AND ALLERGENS
10 Fortissio Lungo capsules of roast and ground coffee for the Nespresso system