Aroma is how the coffee smells. For example, the aroma of a coffee can be
strong or weak. Some adjectives used to describe the aroma of a coffee include “nutty”,
“fruity”, “chocolatey” and “spicy”.
Vergnano 1882’s Cappucino has a _______ aroma while our Mocha has a _______
Acidity is how bright or dry the coffee’s taste is. For example, coffees with
high acidity are tangy and taste crisp; coffees with low acidity are subtle and
Vergnano 1882’s Cappucino has _______ acidity while our Mocha has _______ acidity.
Body refers to the heaviness or “weight” of the coffee in your mouth. For
example, coffees with a light body can be downed easily without a significant
aftertaste; coffees with a full body will weigh stronger on your tongue and
leave a strong aftertaste.
Vergnano 1882’s Cappucino has a_______ body while our Mocha has a _______ body.
Flavour refers to how the coffee tastes, and coffees can be a mix of flavours
that combine to create a unique taste. Some descriptors used to describe the
flavour of a coffee include “vanilla”, “smoky” and “caramelized”.
Vergnano 1882’s Cappucino has a_______ flavour while our Mocha has a _______ flavour.