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A LATE HARVEST BRINGING FLAVORS OF THE VINEYARD TO EVERY ROAST.


With the elegant notes of a late harvest wine, Nespresso’s limited edition Naora Grand Cru coffee reinvents tradition to create a delicate new roast!


The coffee, with blackcurrant and blueberry notes, comes from Colombia’s northern Andean regions of Santander and Tolima, known for mild, sweet coffees, delicate in the cup due to high growing altitudes. Castillo cherries were chosen for the new coffee capsules because, according to Nespresso, “It is one of the rare Arabica coffee varieties that can overripe while staying attached to the branch, thus acquiring a maximum of nutrients and allowing aromas to better develop. Rigorous controls were implemented to guarantee that the coffee cherries could mature until the last possible minute before being picked, while avoiding the high risk of fermentation or mould.”


Timing is crucial and the 1,100 coffee growers who joined the project were obliged to adopt new harvesting practices. About Naora


Naora is the latest Limited Edition coffee from Nespresso ‒ a one-off unique blend outside the company’s collection of 16 permanent Grands Crus. Nespresso introduces a Limited Edition three times a year for a short period of time, offering Club Members an exciting new taste experience and underlining the company’s expertise within the industry. RRP $8.40 AU per sleeve.


Naora is a medium bodied coffee with a light bitterness, juicy acidity and an intensity ranking of 5 on a scale of 1 ‒ 10. Combining high quality pure Arabica beans from regions of Colombia renown for their mild, sweet notes, the area’s ideal climate increases Naora’s aromatic components, giving it a more delicate balanced taste and a finer texture. Its long maturation makes its unusual complexity possible, allowing it to develop notes reminiscent of wild blackcurrant and blueberry.


Naora is best served as an espresso (40ml) but can also be enjoyed as a milk recipe, creating a gentle harmony with hints of walnut and hazelnut. To complete the experience, Naora is perfectly accompanied by Nespresso’s chocolate Vinaigre de Framboise, accentuating the coffee’s slightly acidic red fruit notes.


To celebrate the launch of Naora and further delight the senses of coffee lovers, Nespresso has launched two limited edition Premium Espresso Cups and saucers. Designed by French designer Christian Ghion, the elegant porcelain cups are decorated by Creative studio Onze Dixičme. Featuring the branch of a coffee tree with over-matured cherries, the drawings symbolise the late harvest process, as the coffee beans transfer their unique aromatic notes to the coffee in the cup. RRP $60 AU for two cup set.


Discover the Full Range of Grands Crus at: www.nespresso.com.au


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