Coffee connoisseurs will be queuing up to sample Nespresso's new Singatoba Special Club coffee which is made from the very rare Blue Batak Arabica beans that grow exclusively in the Lake Toba region of Sumatra, Indonesia.
The beans grow at heights between 1,000 and 1,600 metres in rich volcanic soils and yield a full-bodied, rich coffee with a hint of bitterness and notes of liquorice, blackcurrant, grapefruit and sweet woody aromas.
Available while stocks last, the limited-edition Singatoba coffee (which scores eight on the Nespresso intensity scale) will be sold alongside Nespresso's seven permanent Special Club Grand Crus.
The coffee is sold in cases containing 50 capsules.
To buy it, callNespresso
0808 100 8844