Dark, caramelized and strong

Starbucks created this blend in 1975 for those who like to enjoy an aromatic Espresso.

With Espresso Roast, you get a dark Starbucks classic with a deep and intense caramelization, which is perfect for an espresso. The blend itself is created on 100% Arabica from Southeast Asia and Latin America, and is exactly the same as what you get in a Starbucks coffee shop.

Here's a signature coffee from Starbucks whose recipe appears unchanged since it was originally created. Here you therefore get a reliable classic, which is treasured for its full-bodied body, which goes particularly well with skim milk. It therefore comes as no surprise that the Espresso Roast blend is used daily by Starbucks to create the latte and cappuccino drinks that are served in Starbucks coffee shops daily around the world.

So if you do not have a Starbucks coffee shop in your neighborhood, you can instead enjoy a Starbucks coffee at home. Because with these pods, you get a coffee experience of the same high quality that you know from a Starbucks coffee shop, but without having to leave home.

We deliver Espresso House Dark Roast in a package of 10 pods that fit with your Nespresso® machine.

Founded in 1971 in Seattle, USA, Starbucks is today the world's largest coffee chain, with over 30,000 locations worldwide. Over the years, Starbucks has built up a unique expertise in coffee production, and is known as the inventor of the modern 'To go' coffee.


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Very strong (10/10)

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Espresso Roast

Starbucks by Nespresso® 10 pods


Reviews (10)

My favourite blend from Kaffekapslen ! Read More
Lovely flavour Read More
Rich flavour, exactly what I expected. Read More
Mijn favoriet! Smaakt super en snel geleverd Read More
Zeer smaakvol Read More
Beautiful coffee. I'm a morning person and just alive my coffee. Read More
Not a favourite of mine. Cheaper brands have more body Read More
Poor quality. Read More
Nice smooth taste Read More
Meh! Read More