GEVALIA Dark Italian Roast
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- This package contains 12 Gevalia Dark Italian Roast, delivering an intensely satisfying experience with each cup
- Each T DISC makes an 8 fl oz cup of coffee
How to Make It
- Place your desired 11 fl oz mug on the cup stand.
- Insert the Gevalia® Dark Italian Roast T DISC into the brewer; when the green Auto light comes on, press it to start.
- Allow the mug to fill with hearty, extra-bold coffee, and start sipping.
About the TASSIMO System
ENJOY GLOBAL VARIETY. The TASSIMO Home Brewing System by Bosch makes one perfect cup at a time with the ease of T DISC technology. T DISCs are filled with fresh coffee or espresso grounds, tea leaves or milk creamer (which the system froths for the perfect cappuccino or latte). Slip in your favorite T DISC and in just about a minute, your brewer makes coffee (iced or hot), tea, cappuccino, latte, crema, mocha, espresso or hot chocolate just to your liking.
ASK FOR THE BARCODE. Each T DISC uses a special barcode that tells your brewer exactly what to do: the size of the drink, the amount of water required, its optimal temperature, and how long to brew it. It's like the know-how of a seasoned barista right at home. All the brewing happens inside the T DISC, keeping the machine clean and ready to use. You can also manually control the strength of your drink with the press of a button.
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I really enjoy the Dark italian roast the best out of the two. It is comparable to the Verona Blend at Starbucks; spicy and sweet. The dark blend is good, but closer to the house or pike place brew. Hope this helps!
I enjoyed the dark breakfast blend much better even though is more like a medium roast.
The new Kenco Colombian is very tasty too.
You will love both. I prefer the Dark Italian because it tastes like Verona with that rich carmely taste. If you were a Verona drinker you will know what I mean.
Life is too short to concern yourself with such trivialities. ;)