African Selection

The coffee bean was first chewed as a fruit by east Africans until the Yemenites began roasting the seed in the 15th Century and used it to make a rich, uplifting drink which quickly spread across North Africa and beyond.

African Coffee is characterized by the rich and intense flavor of the Arabica plant and is naturally dried from the heat of the African Sun.These coffees are smooth and creamy, with predominantly earthy and nutty characteristics.

Experience the Taste of Africa with This Hand Picked Collection

Top Quality Specialty Coffee

Our Coffee Beans are carefully grown and hand picked from small farms across Africa.

Only a small percentage of Africa’s coffee production meets the quality requirements of Café Vianté. Our coffee roasting process follows an old artisan method. We pack our coffee in capsules right after to conserve maximum freshness. The result: the best single serve espresso shot in your cup. A truly gourmet coffee experience.

  • Compatible with

    • Nespresso Original Coffee Machines
    • Café Vianté ENZO Espresso Machine.
  • Not Compatible with

    • Vertuo Line Coffee Machines.
  • Free Shipping on orders over $50

Ugandan

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Uganda Bugisu Arabica
Accent Beans
Guatemala Arabica
Rwanda Nkora Arabica
Blend Information
Growing in Uganda’s rain forests, wild coffee trees are thought to be some of the rarest examples of naturally occurring coffee trees in the world. Ugandan Bugishu coffee is considered to be of the highest quality and is cultivated high on the Western slopes of Mount Elgon. This espresso blend offers an exotic, bold coffee which is rich and intense.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
Best as:

Lungo

African Blend

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Ethiopia Sidamo Arabica
Kenya AB Blue Mountain
Guatemala Arabica
Nicaragua Sajonia Estate
Blend Information
The coffee berry was first chewed as a fruit by East Africans until the Yemenites began roasting the seed in the 15th Century and used it to make a rich, uplifting drink which quickly spread across North Africa and beyond. This blend of African Coffees is characterized by the rich and intense flavor of the Arabica plant and is predominantly naturally dried from the heat of the African Sun. Taking the best of Africa, creating a unique and exotic coffee experience. This rich and complex espresso delivers a full-bodied, well-rounded fruity flavor, with a lingering aftertaste.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
Best as:

Espresso

Ethiopian

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Ethiopia Sidamo Arabica
Accent Beans
Guatemala Arabica
Nicaragua Sajonia Estate
Blend Information
Considered to be the birthplace of coffee, the Arabica coffee plant initially grew wild in Ethiopia where the fruit was first traded with Yemen. This gourment espresso smooth blend is sweet and complex on the palate, allowing a true appreciation for the birthplace of coffee. Floral fruited aroma. Mild citric acidity with good (quite full) body. Hints of floral notes with Ceylon tea-like flavors. Slight earthiness with wood and nutty notes in the after-taste.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 5
  • 10
Best as:

Espresso

Kenyan

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Kenya AB Blue Mountain
Accent Beans
Guatemala Arabica
Nicaragua Sajonia Estate
Blend Information

Kenya is widely considered to grow the finest Arabica Coffee in the world where it is cultivated on small Farms, in the area which extends from the South of Mount Kenya to Nairobi. This intense, full roast, enhances the bold, robust flavor with a blackcurrant and wine aftertaste, confirming the Kenyan bean as an East African favorite.

Intensity
  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
Best as:

Espresso

Rooibos

Blend Information
This specialty tea brews just like an espresso. With a delicious crema and a slightly fuller body than regular tea. Best enjoyed as an espresso and in most milk-based beverages. Bold and fruity taste notes.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
Best as:

Espresso

Tanzanian

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Tanzania Arabica
Accent Beans
Guatemala Arabica
Rwanda Nkora Arabica
Blend Information
Two different regions characterize Tanzanian coffee. Stretching from the slopes of mount Kilimanjaro to Lake Tanganyika, wet-processed coffees are found. Lake Victoria, the largest lake in the Southern Hemisphere, is where Robusta and Dry-processed. “hard” Arabica coffees flourish. An intensse dark roast, this coffee has a balanced composition, full of nutty flavors and a smooth, lingering feeling.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 5
  • 10
Best as:

Lungo

Tab 1

Ugandan

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Uganda Bugisu Arabica
Accent Beans
Guatemala Arabica
Rwanda Nkora Arabica
Blend Information
Growing in Uganda’s rain forests, wild coffee trees are thought to be some of the rarest examples of naturally occurring coffee trees in the world. Ugandan Bugishu coffee is considered to be of the highest quality and is cultivated high on the Western slopes of Mount Elgon. This espresso blend offers an exotic, bold coffee which is rich and intense.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
Best as:

Lungo

Tab 2

African Blend

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Ethiopia Sidamo Arabica
Kenya AB Blue Mountain
Guatemala Arabica
Nicaragua Sajonia Estate
Blend Information
The coffee berry was first chewed as a fruit by East Africans until the Yemenites began roasting the seed in the 15th Century and used it to make a rich, uplifting drink which quickly spread across North Africa and beyond. This blend of African Coffees is characterized by the rich and intense flavor of the Arabica plant and is predominantly naturally dried from the heat of the African Sun. Taking the best of Africa, creating a unique and exotic coffee experience. This rich and complex espresso delivers a full-bodied, well-rounded fruity flavor, with a lingering aftertaste.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
Best as:

Espresso

Tab 3

Ethiopian

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Ethiopia Sidamo Arabica
Accent Beans
Guatemala Arabica
Nicaragua Sajonia Estate
Blend Information
Considered to be the birthplace of coffee, the Arabica coffee plant initially grew wild in Ethiopia where the fruit was first traded with Yemen. This gourment espresso smooth blend is sweet and complex on the palate, allowing a true appreciation for the birthplace of coffee. Floral fruited aroma. Mild citric acidity with good (quite full) body. Hints of floral notes with Ceylon tea-like flavors. Slight earthiness with wood and nutty notes in the after-taste.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 5
  • 10
Best as:

Espresso

Tab 4

Kenyan

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Kenya AB Blue Mountain
Accent Beans
Guatemala Arabica
Nicaragua Sajonia Estate
Blend Information

Kenya is widely considered to grow the finest Arabica Coffee in the world where it is cultivated on small Farms, in the area which extends from the South of Mount Kenya to Nairobi. This intense, full roast, enhances the bold, robust flavor with a blackcurrant and wine aftertaste, confirming the Kenyan bean as an East African favorite.

Intensity
  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
Best as:

Espresso

Tab 5

Rooibos

Blend Information
This specialty tea brews just like an espresso. With a delicious crema and a slightly fuller body than regular tea. Best enjoyed as an espresso and in most milk-based beverages. Bold and fruity taste notes.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 7
  • 10
Best as:

Espresso

Tab 6

Tanzanian

What is in the blend?
Predominant Bean
Tanzania Arabica
Accent Beans
Guatemala Arabica
Rwanda Nkora Arabica
Blend Information
Two different regions characterize Tanzanian coffee. Stretching from the slopes of mount Kilimanjaro to Lake Tanganyika, wet-processed coffees are found. Lake Victoria, the largest lake in the Southern Hemisphere, is where Robusta and Dry-processed. “hard” Arabica coffees flourish. An intensse dark roast, this coffee has a balanced composition, full of nutty flavors and a smooth, lingering feeling.
Intensity
  • 1
  • 5
  • 10
Best as:

Lungo

African Collection Variety pack

The Nespresso Compatbile African Collection Variety Pack Gourmet Espresso Coffee Capsules.

These gourmet espresso coffee pods for Nespresso Compatible Machines are a perfect way to satisfy the tastes of all coffee lovers. Responsibly sourced from around the world, our beans are carefully roasted, ground and then tampered with precision to guarantee the best results. Each variety pack contains one of each Cafe Viante African Selection Blends: Roobois Tea Espresso, Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and African Blend.

Excellent Capsule Performance

We designed our capsules to consistently deliver the best espresso performance possible. Our capsule technology allows us to fully control the espresso brewing process by allowing the right amount of water and flow rate for the perfect extraction of taste and aroma. Giving our coffees the adequate body, intensity and the rich crema that are so important for a gourmet espresso experience.

Pods Compatible with Nespresso Machines

Our proprietary Compatible Capsule Technology has been designed to work in Nespresso machines that use OriginaLine Nespresso capsules. (Not Vertuoline Systems) and all other coffee machines compatible with the same Nespresso System. CaféVianté is not affiliated or endorsed by Nespresso.