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Taste coffee like wineWe leave the cups in the cupboard. Coffee is now drunk in a glass suitable for this purpose. Nespresso used an approach similar to oenology to develop with Austrian glassmakers Riedel glasses that could enhance the flavors and aromas of the Grands Crus of the Nestlé subsidiary. Riedel has used its expertise in the design of crystal wine glasses to create two tasting glasses for coffee with harmonious and balanced shapes. She thought about a specific container that would stand out from a tasting glass for wine thanks in particular to a particularly thick base. The curve of the glass is also thought out so that the bouquet of the coffee is freed at best. Nespresso has also successfully tested these tasting glasses called Reveal with major sommeliers.
Two glass modelsToday, amateur baristas can choose from two models for two types of tasting: the "Intense" glass will support the strength of intense Espressos and the "Mild" glass will reveal the finesse of fruity Espressos. They are sold in boxes at 28 euros at Nespresso.
Set of 2 "Mild" tasting glasses by Riedel Dimensions: D 6.2 cm x H 12 cm For Grands Crus of intensity less than 8 Sales price including tax: 28 euros Set of 2 "Intense" tasting glasses by Riedel Dimensions: D 5.7 cm x H 12 cm For Grands Crus of intensity greater than 8 Sales price including tax: 28 euros
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