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NESCAFÉ Roastery
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NESCAFÉ® Roastery

Discover coffee with true character
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Expertly Crafted Coffee

Discover coffee with true character by tasting the unrivalled flavour of our new NESCAFÉ Roastery range.

Our two unique blends, NESCAFÉ Roastery Light and Dark Roast, have been expertly crafted by our master roasters. By choosing to roast in two individual batches, the unique flavours of the coffee beans have been revealed, creating distinctive tasting notes for each of our blends.

NESCAFÉ Roastery Light Roast

Savour the smooth and balanced flavour of our NESCAFÉ Roastery Light Roast. By choosing to lightly roast the Arabica and Robusta coffee beans, the natural notes of caramelized honey and toasted biscuit are revealed. This light roast stays in full-bodied balance when you add milk.

NESCAFÉ Roastery Dark Roast

Enjoy the intense and bold flavour of NESCAFÉ Roastery Dark Roast. Our master roasters selected a blend of Arabica and Robusta coffee beans, roasting them longer to create a full-bodied taste with notes of dark chocolate and roasted nut. Add milk for a smoother and creamier coffee.

Discover more about your coffee

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What is a Roastery?
A roastery is the place where our coffee beans are roasted in coffee roasting machines and where our master roasters bring to life the taste of expertly roasted coffee. Coffee roasting refers to the process where green coffee beans are heated to produce the final roasted beans used to create instant coffee.
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What’s the difference between light and dark roast coffees?
The roast of the coffee describes how long and what temperature the coffee beans have been roasted. This determines the flavour of the coffee. Light roast coffees have a smoother more delicate flavour. Dark roasts have a bold and richer flavour as the beans have been roasted for longer.
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What are tasting notes?
These are the natural flavours that can be found in each of the coffee blends, like you can see on a bottle of wine. This does not mean any ‘flavours’ have been added, these flavours already exist naturally in the coffee beans.

Craft your own cup

Make it your favourite way or see our recipes for more inspiration.