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Namusairo Coffee
French Roast

"French Roast" is a capsule that combines Ethiopia's rich coffee heritage with the bold intensity of French roasting. The coffee is naturally processed and then given a deep, French roast, which allows for darker, more complex flavours. When tasting, you will first notice a pleasant fruity aroma, followed by rich flavours of dark cherry and blueberry. The overall taste profile is sweet, evocative of a rich, jam-like consistency, and incredibly well-balanced.

*Each box comes with 10 Nespresso®-compatible capsules.

*Any capsules labelled as a "sale" item have a remaining shelf life between 2-8 months.


  • 10
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Coffee notes
  • Tasting Notes
    Blueberry, Dark Cherry, Fruit Jam
  • Body
  • Acidity
  • Sweetness

French Roast


Coffee details

Namusairo Coffee

Namusairo Coffee is a specialty coffee shop in Seoul, South Korea, founded by Junsun Bae in 2002. The name "Namusairo" originates from a Korean phrase meaning "a road winding through the trees," reflecting the founder's philosophy of living harmoniously with nature. They serve high-quality coffee with transparent information about its origin, offering a diverse range of coffees, brewing methods, and seasonal offerings to cater to the tastes of different customers.

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  • Type
    Single Origin
  • Processing
  • Origin
  • Varietal
    Ethiopian Heirloom
  • Roast level
  • Suitability
    Espresso, Milk Coffee, Long Black, Iced Coffee.
  • Others
    This coffee, harvested by 1200-1850 small farmers in the Dembi area and managed by Mengistu Gujo, only picks well-ripened cherries, spreads them evenly on a raised drying bed, and dries them well for 18 days.

On the Morning Machine

Brew Mode: Bloom & Brew

Bloom & Brew is the Morning Machine's flagship ready-to-brew recipe which incorporates a pre-infusion stage, "wetting" the coffee and allowing it to "bloom" prior to the start of your brew. The outcome is a higher extraction which results in a stronger cup of coffee.

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