The Dagosette is compatible with all Nespresso* type machines.
The right roasting and grinding guarantee perfect extraction and an authentic taste.
An ECO design, the Dagosette pod is produced to EN13432 standards. It is 100% bio-based, biodegradable and compostable.
It is a “clean” capsule that has a neutral ecological impact.
Each variety is identified on the top with its “Use-By” date and its origin. It is a completely airtight capsule that requires no overwrapping.
The coffee keeps all its aroma and freshness.
The mildness and vanilla aroma of Mexican coffee, combined with the woody, full-bodied flavour of Moka Djimmah from Ethiopia, give birth to this fine blend of black coffee. It will provide you with a cup of black coffee with a full-bodied taste that contains no acidity.
With a touch of red-fruit and chocolate.
Colombia is the leading exporter of Arabica coffee. Coffee bushes were first imported into the country in 1808. Coffee is grown on hillsides at an altitude of between 800 and 1,900 metres. It is picked by hand between October and February and then dried in the sun. A fine, aromatic taste with a light body.
With a touch of lemon, raspberry and hazelnut.
This process involves using water (H2O) for extracting the caffeine. The green beans are rinsed in fresh water for a long time, an operation that dissolves all the caffeine. The decaffeinated beans are dried in hot air and cooled in a current of cool air. Then they are roasted. This is the healthiest method for ensuring that the coffee keeps all its virtues of mildness, fragrance, and taste.
With a touch of cashew, fruit, and lemon.
Coffee came to Mexico from the West Indies at the end of the 18th century. Bushes can grow up to 9 metres high. The best altitude for planting varies between 400 and 1,700 metres. This gives the coffee all its strength and aromatic intensity. It has a low caffeine content, is well-balanced, and is easy to digest.
With a touch of citrus fruit, vanilla, cocoa and honeysuckle.
The farm, at an altitude of 1,200m close to the Brazilian coast, promotes biodiversity through its biodynamic practices. Its agroforestry program to preserve flora and fauna, and its commitment in terms of fixed and sustainable-price contracts, are a guarantee of an organization that is geared to environmental and social respect.
With tastes of Walnut, lemon, and milk