What if I visit all Nescafe web sites on the Internet, country by country, and enter all the products into one big spreadsheet? Well, it CAN be done, but I need YOUR help: I am versed in several languages, so I can find my way around to some extent, but in the end I will need the help of my readers to complete my mission: a global collection of Nescafe drinks. Do you want to help?
Recently, Friele, Norway’s leading coffee roaster, with a market share of about 32 % decided to launch their own instant. Not bad, and with a very distinct taste.
Soluble coffee is made exactly the same way as roasted and ground coffee: beans are blended, roasted, and ground. With NESCAFÉ soluble coffee, however, water is then added to it and the coffee grounds removed to leave a smooth liquid. The brewed coffee is then either spray or freeze dried to remove water.
Oh no…I’ve been drinking the supposedly Friele coffee for one whole week now, only to realize today that it’s actually Douwe Egberts…what a disappointment, or maybe not? Actually I like this coffee, very much suited to my palate, so I decided to do some research about Douwe Egberts, is it a “cheap” brand or not?