28 Jul '14, 12pm

Nespresso VertuoLine Diavolitto Capsules Review: We continue our VertuoLine capsule reviews today

Nespresso VertuoLine Diavolitto Capsules Review: We continue our VertuoLine capsule reviews today

Billed as an 11 out of 11, this one pegged the limits of Nespresso’s intensity scale and definitely made for an intense experience. Flavor was… wow… holy ****!!! One of the strongest we’ve experienced to date and had us wondering if we had produced a new form of coffee syrup which could double as a motor oil or if Nespresso actually travelled to hell, cultivated charred remains of robusta & arabica beans and captured them inside each capsule. Once we caught our breath and explored things further, we detected an odd mix of very strong cereal notes with molasses, ash, smoke and more earthy notes throughout. It made for a very sharp and highly astringent… um… even waxy? taste which, ironically enough, evoked images of walking through the circles of hell in Dante’s Inferno. Leave it up to Nespresso to nail the naming on this one as this could definitely be described only as de...

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