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Lowkey Coffee
Champagne Blend

Champagne blend is a unique offering from Lowkey Coffee that is characterized by its bright, distinct taste derived from the Ethiopian blend of both natural and washed processing coffees. With a refreshingly sweet aftertaste reminiscent of grapes or cherries, this blend offers a dynamic flavor profile, reminiscent of sipping fruit juice.

*Each box comes with 10 Nespresso®-compatible capsules.

*Any capsules labelled as a "sale" item have a remaining shelf life between 2-8 months.


  • 10
  • 7 products left
  • Best before   2024-12-21
Coffee notes
  • Tasting Notes
    Cherry, Red Currants, Winey
  • Body
  • Acidity
  • Sweetness

Champagne Blend


Coffee details

Lowkey Coffee

Lowkey Coffee, a specialty coffee roastery situated in Seoul, Korea, began its journey as 'Coffeejumbbang' in 2010. The name, meaning "small local shop" in dialect, reflected its humble beginnings. In 2016, the company rebranded to Lowkey Coffee, embodying its quiet, easygoing character without straying from its original ethos. Now running five outlets, Lowkey upholds a simple, honest approach to business, with a strong focus on quality. Its goal is to remain authentic and deliver top-tier coffee to its customers.

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  • Type
    Single Origin
  • Processing
    Washed | Natural
  • Origin
  • Varietal
    Ethiopian Heirloom
  • Roast level
  • Others
    This blend is made up of Ethiopian coffee that is both natural and washed (process).
  • Suitability
    Espresso, Long Black, Iced Coffee.

On the Morning Machine

Brew Mode: Bloom & Brew

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Coffee Trivia
A Brief History of Coffee Capsules

At the present day, coffee lovers are awfully spoilt for choice when it comes to quick and easy ways to enjoy a cuppa, at the ready and in an instant—from freeze-dried coffee, drip bags, to of course, capsule coffee. Which leads us to wonder, how did capsule coffee come to be?