Lavazza coffee icons in the new carbon-neutral capsules compatible with Nespresso Original machines

Passion and excellence at the service of sustainability and innovation can be found in Romania in the new aluminium capsules compatible with Nespresso* Original machines and dedicated to the iconic blends that express the Turin company’s history and blending expertise.

Qualità Oro, Crema e Gusto, ¡Tierra! For Planet, Espresso Maestro Lungo, Espresso Maestro Intenso, Espresso Maestro Classico, Espresso Maestro Ristretto, and Espresso Maestro Dek comprise the brand’s first selection of aluminium and carbon-neutral** capsules that offset carbon dioxide emissions. A new benchmark in Lavazza’s effort to create a better world by producing not only coffee, but also a virtuous circle that generates economic, social, and environmental value.

Lavazza’s iconic brands are wrapped in aluminium to provide consumers with the unmistakable aroma and quality of the company’s finest blends, allowing them to rediscover the pleasure of drinking their favorite coffee with zero CO2** impact.

Eight iconic coffee blends to satisfy the varied preferences of coffee lovers:

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Elegant, with fruity and floral notes, is Qualità Oro. The finest Central and South American arabicas. Chosen, combined, and roasted to perfection. The result is a symphony of the finest arabica coffee beans with fruity and floral undertones.

Crema e Gusto Classico is a creamy coffee with hints of dark chocolate, wood, and spices. Ideal for beginning the day, Crema e Gusto strikes the ideal balance between coziness and resolve. Take a sip: your senses are appeased and the day has begun.

¡Tierra! For Planet: fruity and sustainably produced. Arabica from Central and South America with biscuit undertones. Medium roasting for a chocolate aftertaste with a smooth finish. ¡Tierra! For Planet reflects the commitment of the Lavazza Foundation to train coffee farmers in agricultural techniques that help them manage the effects of climate change.

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