March 19, 2008

Nespresso Goroka - Limited Edition Capsules


Nespresso has just announced their limited edition coffee for 2008 - Goroka. Goroka is described as precious, sophisticated, chiseled, and unique. The coffee is from East Papua New Guinea, and made from Arabica beans grown in a very humid and warm tropical rainforest. Goroka gets its name from the Mountain town where all coffee harvests are sent to be hulled before being sent all over the world.

Go check out the Goroka site, for more information with flashy graphics. Nespresso always has a little eye candy when presenting these Limited Editions. Late last year they ripped through their supply of Nespresso Variations which I had the good fortune of tasting; thinking that they were very high quality.

I ordered some up for my Nespresso Essenza C100 (See Review) and should be enjoying my Goroka soon. You can also check out more Nespresso Machine reviews at our sister site, including ones on the Nespresso D90, Nespresso Le Cube, Nespresso Romeo, and the Nespresso Lattissima.

At Nespresso Limited Edition 2008 Goroka

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Posted by Scott Martin at March 19, 2008 8:33 AM
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Not available at UK web site. Want to order now!

Posted by: James at March 21, 2008 12:13 PM
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