Nespresso Coffee Origins

You may have your favourites, but Nespresso makes sure every one of our coffees meets high sustainable quality standards. From harvesting the cherry to packing the capsules, Nespresso specialists work to put together a high sustainable quality product.

Where do Nespresso Coffees come from?

India Ethiopia Nicaragua Colombia Costa Rica Indonesia Mexico Kenya Brazil Guatemala
Among others
  • Nicaragua
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  • Indonesia
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  • India
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  • Ethiopia
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  • Colombia
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  • Roma
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  • Ristretto
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  • Kazaar
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  • Dharkan
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  • Arpeggio
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  • Volluto
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  • Livanto
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  • Cosi
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  • Capriccio
    Capriccio Read more
  • Vivalto Lungo
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  • Linizio Lungo
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  • Fortissio Lungo
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  • Envivo Lungo
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  • Volluto Decaffeinato
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  • Vivalto Lungo Decaffeinato
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  • Ristretto Decaffeinato
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  • Arpeggio Decaffeinato
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  • Vanilio
    Vanilio Read more
  • Caramelito
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The Nespresso Coffee Origins

How we make coffee

Coffee is harvested and processed in countries of origin, which means it is pulped, fermented, washed, dried, etc,… there. It is the seed of the coffee cherry (called “green bean”) that we transport to roasting facilities in Switzerland. Once here, it is blended and roasted to perfection. As a final step, it is ground and encapsulated. Let’s dig into each step.

Nespresso Coffee Origins and Types

Depending on blend composition and terroir, every Nespresso coffee has its own taste.

Blends

An array of Arabica coffees and Robusta coffees.

Terroir

Coffee tastes different based on altitude, soil composition, plant variety, temperature, climate and many other factors.

In our AAA Sustainable Quality Program, we’re learning together with our farmers how to improve their farms. At the end of the day, it’s the farmers who best understand their coffee trees.

JUAN DIEGO, Nespresso AAA Manager in Costa Rica

Big change with a small cup

Each cup of Nespresso coffee has a positive impact. The Positive Cup programme delivers sustainable solutions for the entire coffee value chain, so that every Nespresso cup you enjoy contributes to creating positive impact. Sustainable quality coffee, from farmers to consumers.

This is our joint commitment as Nespresso and Nespresso Club Members.

For 2020, we have set a range of sustainability goals, including:

  • 100% Sustainably sourced coffee
  • 100% Responsibly managed aluminium
  • 100% Carbon-efficient operations