nespresso odacio review
A blend of fine, Arabica coffees from Nicaragua and Ethiopia, Odacio features two split-roastings to bring character and balance. Long-roasted Nicaraguan beans create a full-bodied, structured cup while light roasted Ethiopian coffees reveal delicate notes of floral and fruit.
What We Like:
Odacio's rich aroma and complex flavours make it a good choice for a breakfast or brunch drink. The vanilla and almond flavours complement each other well, creating a balanced and satisfying drink.
What We Don't Like:
The intense flavors may not suit everyone. This coffee is rated nine on the intensity scale, which means it's bold and strong.
Caffeine content: This coffee has 165 mg of caffeine per pod, which can be too much for some people. If you're sensitive to caffeine, consider a lower-intensity Nespresso pod.
How to brew the Odacio coffee:
To brew the Odacio coffee, you can use a Nespresso VertuoLine machine. The machines read the barcodes on the capsules to create a perfectly extracted espresso.
Or you can brew the Odacio coffee using a traditional espresso machine. You can also steam the coffee beans to create a more flavorful beverage.
When brewing the Odacio coffee, be sure to use a clean, fresh water. This can help prevent the bitter flavor from building up in your coffee. It's also a good idea to use a high-quality milk for a smoother, more delicious beverage.