Indriya from India

Aribica and Robusta beans from Southern India.


Indriya from India Nespresso capsule and cup

Nespresso’s Indriya from India capsule and coffee cup

With an intensity of 10 out of 13, this Nespresso Pure Origin capsule packs a punch at different levels. Not only is Indriya from India a strong blend with a rich body, but it delivers spicy flavors while leaving you with a pleasant salty and bitter aftertaste. This is a rough, sophisticated blend for espresso aficionados.


  • Activities: A good way to start the day on a high note, you might want to follow it later with a sweeter, lighter blend as its strong aftertaste will last for a while, accompanying you without the need for binge espresso drinking.
  • Music: Dark, intense and spicy, Indriya from India is a good match for Goth music and, most particularly, for the Sisters of Mercy.
  • Food: Because it has a strong spicy, bitter taste, pairing it with similar tones like dark chocolate won’t work as everything will be blending in. Rather something sweet like a Hawaiian roll will allow the coffee’s bitterness to take over the sweetness, thus creating a highly enjoyable contrasted experience.


Indriya from India Nespresso capsule box

Nespresso’s Indriya from India coffee capsule box

Nespresso’s Rosabaya de Colombia comes in a standard Pure Origin rectangle box which features flowers (see picture on the right). It includes 10 green capsules.

Watch our Indriya from India unboxing video below.



Author: Fred

Born in Europe, espressos have always been an important part of my life, faithfully accompanying me throughout mornings and sometimes lunches.

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