Nespresso have continued expanding their permanent range, which remained pretty staid for nigh on 5 years with the exception of the special editions, with two new Grand Cru's. This is a radical move on their behalf, following just months ago the flavoured coffee ranges becoming permanent, the first time ever in Nespresso's history, now, in a gesture which seems a continuing of bowing to requests from customers, they have re-released one of their most popular coffees, the Kazaar.
The Kazaar is so popular it was released once in 2010, then again in 2012, and has no less than 5 Facebook groups, one of which is named "save kazaar". The coffee, which is the strongest ever released by Nespresso with an intensity of 12, is as of now available from Nespresso club and stores for around £4 per sleeve of 10.
The Dharkan is a new release, and continues the theme of the new releases, which is that of renewed and extreme intensity, whereas the Dharkan does not quite reach the heights of intensity of the Kazaar at 11 on the Nespresso scale, it is still a coffee to be reckoned with, boasting a complex blen of washed arabicas from Latin America and Asia, it uses a Long roasting technique to unveil the powerful subtle and velvety character of the blend, and carries hints of bitter cocoa powder and toasted cereals.
The Dharkan is also available in the flagship store and online now, for the same cost of around £4 per sleeve of 10.