Portuguese coffee brand Nicola appeared in 1779 and has a long tradition. Nicola coffee is distinguished by a rich and natural taste, the secret of which, according to company experts, is a special mixing of Robusta and Arabica coffee beans grown in different parts of the globe.
Ground caffeine Nicola Rossio and Nicola Descafeinado decaffeinated from Portugal, taste, review and review.
Nicola coffee beans are shipped directly to Portugal from plantations around the world, arabica is mainly imported from Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala and Kenya, and robusta is from Vietnam, Uganda, Cote d’Ivoire and India. And already in place, the company’s technologists mixing different grades of grains in different proportions create their combinations. The exact proportions of mixing different varieties and the technology of roasting coffee beans are a trade secret of the company.
Nicola Ground Coffee Range.
Nicola Selecto is made according to a traditional recipe and has a delicate and lasting taste. May be normal and fine grinding.
Nicola Suave contains 50% caffeine. Can be fine and normal grinding.
Nicola Bocage is distinguished by the combination of grains of varying degrees of roasting from India, Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala and Vietnam. Presented in the form of fine and normal grinding.
Nicola Rossio with a persistent aroma and a delicate taste of medium-roasted grains. It happens fine and normal grinding.
Decaffeinated Nicola Descafeinado, but retaining a strong natural aroma and taste.
Ground coffee Nicola Rossio, taste, review and review.
Packaging Rossio coffee foil, soft, not vacuum. The text on the packaging does not carry any special information, so basically you have to rely on the data in the summary table: aroma, foam, density, balance, acidity. Judging by the legend, coffee can be brewed in Turks, coffee makers and coffee machines.
the aroma or taste of the finished drink. The Descafeinado brewed coffee brewed in a geyser coffee machine has a less aroma than Rossio, but the complete absence of caffeine makes itself felt, but unless you specifically focus on it, you won’t immediately guess the features of this coffee.
The absence of caffeine practically does not affect the taste of this coffee, it is saturated, with a slight acidity, does not bitter and leaves a pleasant aftertaste. If you do not know in advance, then immediately determine that this decaffeinated coffee is unlikely to succeed. Having the opportunity to simultaneously compare Descafeinado with Rossio, I want to note that in a direct comparison, the latter is certainly tastier and more aromatic, but Descafeinado can be drunk at any time of the day and for people who are contraindicated in caffeine.