Artisan coffee pods hit foodservice

By Luke Nicholls

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CaféPod’s distinctive single-origin coffee capsules are crafted with high-quality Fairtrade Arabica beans
CaféPod’s distinctive single-origin coffee capsules are crafted with high-quality Fairtrade Arabica beans
As BigHospitality's non-alcoholic drinks special feature draws to a close, new coffee capsules brand CaféPod has launched its Origins Inspired range into wholesale. 

Product details:

Launching with Colombia Huila, the distinctive single-origin coffee capsules are crafted with high-quality Fairtrade Arabica beans slow-grown on the slopes of the Andes, which represents the best of small batch production.

The Huila region of South West Colombia is at an elevation of 1400-1800m. Dedicated farmers remove the fruit from the bean before fermentation for greater flavour clarity and acidity.

The result is a balanced, complex and aromatic coffee with vibrant orange zestiness and a luxurious chocolate finish.

Tasting notes:

Origins Colombia Huila (strength 8) is a nutty coffee with hints of ripe berry fruits, clear citrus notes and a smooth, full-bodied chocolate finish. The aroma is dynamic with orange peel, rich nuts and bold fruits; satisfying with each complex sip.

CaféPod has three Q Grade Tasters as part of the development team working on the CaféPod range to guarantee superior quality coffee. Q graders are effectively the equivalent of a wine master, of which there are only 70 in the whole of Europe.

USP:

Combining carefully sourced coffee with clever technology allows users the luxury of a perfect single-origin cup. CaféPod capsules are compatible with all machines produced by Nespresso. 

Availability:

CaféPod’s Origins Colombia Huila range is available to all UK hospitality businesses through wholesale now. For more information, visit www.cafepod.com​. 

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