A great coffee from Emmi, this time the Caffè Latte Mexico Edition. A really nice and tasty latte which I picked up at a megastore in Hungary. After some research I realised it is available in different countries.
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- Manufacturer: Emmi
- Energy: 227 kJ / 54 kcal per 100 ml
- Fat: 1.2 g of which 0.7 g saturates
- Carbohydrate: 8.1 g of which 7.6 g is sugar
- Protein: 2.6 g
- Salt: 0.15 g
- Caffeine content: 90 mg per cup
- Packaging: 230 ml plastic cup
- Recycling information: The whole packaging can be recycled.
- Added Es: E339
- Where did the coffee grow: The arabica beans that go into our Emmi CAFFÈ LATTE Mexico Edition are sourced from a finca called La Puebla, 600 metres above sea level in Mexico’s highlands.
- Recommended preparation: Serve chilled. Shake well.
This coffee has a really nice taste. I do not feel any bad after taste at all. The design on the cup is really attractive so it jumps out from the crowd on the shelves in the stores. Check the below top cover of the cup. I find it really entertaining how they demonstrate how to use it.
The Hungarian translation sticker that on the cup has different information than the original cap. Congratulation for the QA team at the importer. The word arabica translated to Arab into Hungarian which is also incorrect. The coffee beans are not Arabs as they grew in Mexico.
I have to write this in bold so it pops more out. Not long after I posted a picture referring to this blog post on instagram and tagged @emmicaffelatte I got a response. They read my post. They took the feedback and informed me that they’ll take action on the Hungarian sticker on the product. I can hardly wait for my next trip to Hungary. I will check if they have updated the sticker by then.