Red cherry and brown sugar with a raw cacao finish

Tasting notes Red cherry, brown sugar & raw cacao
Intensity 10/13
Best served With milk
Capsule Biodegradable & Compostable
Compatibility Nespresso®

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Vendor: Pod & Parcel SKU: SINGLETARRAZU

Customer Reviews

Based on 179 reviews
Don’t think I will order again

Coffee is good but maybe the coffee is to densely put in the pods that it doesnt allow for pouring of a perfect cup

Hey there Nidhi, sorry to hear that you weren't able to achieve the perfect P&P cuppa! Here are some easy tips that may help you get the most out of our pods in your machine :) https://au.podandparcel.com/pages/nespresso-tips


Cheers Annette!

Absolutely amazing! The best out of the 3 Single Origin coffees you do, in my opinion. It is so delicious. I use BonnSoy and make a latte and it’s better than most cafes offer!

Oh thanks so much Grant, it's amazing to hear that we can bring cafe-style, specialty coffees into the comfort of your home :)
Its good! Love the taste and the smell

I find the taste to be great its not as strong as Bezera 13 but it has ample taste and fragrance, i personally like it.

We love hearing that you're enjoying the subtleties of Tarrazú, Vincent!


Cheers Elizabeth
More Info

Introducing Tarrazú (pronounced tar-ah-zoo), a coffee often referred to as 'classically complete'. A full body, high acidity, delicate aroma and clean notes of cacao, cherry and brown sugar make it ideal for those who enjoy a dark roast or have their coffee with milk.

The Tarrazú owes it flavour to the nutrient-rich volcanic soil and high altitudes in which it grows, located on a small farm, La Finca Cafetelera, located in the Southern Pacific region of Costa Rica’s capital. These conditions allow the coffee cherry to ripen more slowly, imparting its characteristic bold tasting notes.

Coffee from this area is so sought-after and so essential to the local economy that the population of the surrounding towns triples from 10,000 to more than 30,000 during harvest season - between November and April. Milk drinker or enjoy a full-bodied coffee? The Tarrazú could soon be your favourite.