Discover coffee traditions from around the world

Nespresso World Explorations Cape Town Envivo Lungo blends Indian Arabica and Robusta.

COFFEE lovers eager to discover the diverse coffee tastes of the world can now enjoy Nespresso World Explorations.

The coffee range builds on the popular Lungo collection which showcases distinct coffees inspired by Cape Town, Stockholm, Tokyo and Vienna.

Inspired by the diversity of local coffee cultures around the world, the World Explorations range invites coffee lovers on an enriching coffee journey.

The Shanghai Lungo offers a distinctive light roast blend that combines Kenyan, Chinese and Indonesian Arabicas.

Buenos Aires Lungo blends a gently roasted Colombian Arabica with Ugandan Robusta, to deliver distinct cereal and sweet popcorn notes, while The Cape Town Envivo Lungo blends Indian Arabica and Robusta to deliver an intense and full-bodied Lungo.

Stockholm Fortissio Lungo, meanwhile, couples Monsooned Malabar with Colombian Arabica for an intense, sweet cup with a hint of bitterness.

Japanese coffee lovers should try Nespresso World Explorations Tokyo Vivalto Lungo, which has refined Ethiopian and Mexican Arabicas that deliver a complex, floral cup with a hint of acidity.

As for the Vienna Linizio Lungo, it pairs sweet Brazilian and Colombian Arabicas, lightly roasted to enhance the malty and aromatic notes.

Nespresso is adding two new colourful cups to its iconic Pixie Lungo collection to match the brightly coloured cups representing each of the World Explorations coffees.

Six limited-edition white porcelain coasters that reflect the special design of each of the Lungo coffee capsules artwork are also available.

The Nespresso World Explorations coffee range is priced at RM23 per sleeve.

They are available at Nespresso boutiques at The Gardens Mall and 1 Utama Shopping Centre, on the Nespresso app, and via 1-800 80 7001.

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