Getting to Know Coffee

From beans to brews, take your coffee knowledge up a notch.

Arabica Beans

The first coffee ever cultivated and accounts for more than 60% of the world’s coffee. It has a soft, sweet taste with ideal acidity.

Robusta Beans

Robust in many ways with a deeper, stronger taste than Arabica. It has more caffeine and antioxidants. It has a lower acidity, with more body and bitterness.

Ready to Roast

Light brown coffee beans in an orange circle.
Lightly roasted coffee possesses a mild, toasted grain taste. The body is light and there’s plenty of acidity.
Reddish brown coffee beans in a red circle.
Medium roasted coffee has bold flavor, more body, less acidity and can be the most fruity and sweet amongst all roast types.
Dark brown coffee beans in a brown circle.
Dark roasted coffee is intense and bitter and is far less acidic than other roast types. They can have a smoky or chocolatey sweet taste, too.

Make It In An Instant

Instant coffee is the easy way to make coffee your way, hot or cold.

Hot Coffee

  1. Add (1) tsp NESCAFÉ® instant coffee to cup.
  2. Carefully pour 6 oz of hot water into the cup and stir.
  3. Add sweetener and milk, if you like.
  4. Have a taste. Want it stronger? Just add more coffee.


Iced Coffee

  1. Combine (1) tbsp NESCAFÉ® instant coffee and (2) tbsp hot water in tall glass; stir until coffee is dissolved.
  2. Fill glass with ice.
  3. Add (1) cup milk or cold water; stir to combine.
  4. Add sweetener, if you like.
  5. Enjoy.


Cozy Up to Classic Coffee Drinks

A dalgona in a glass on a red circle.
A dalgona is made by whipping equal parts instant coffee, sugar an
A latte with floral latte art in a coffee mug on an orange circle.
A cappuccino is made with one-third espresso, one-third hot milk a
A latte with floral latte art in a coffee mug on an orange circle.
A latte or cafe latte is similar to a cappuccino, but with more mi
A mug filled with café con leche and a spoon on a gray circle.
A Spanish style drink made by mixing equal parts strong black coff