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Nescafe Azera is made from 100% roasted coffee beans and it combines premium instant coffee with finely ground, roasted coffee beans
I do like drinking coffee but hate the strong taste so tend to go for instant coffee that I can control how much powder is put into my cup so when I was given a tin of Nescafe Azera I was a bit hesitant to give it a go but when I realised that it was actually a powder I gave it a go.
First impressions is that it has a strong smell but when I made myself a cup I only used about a quarter of a teaspoon of powder but I was still a bit hesitant to drink some so I took a small sip. The small sip was quickly followed by a normal sip as it was really yum. The flavour is spot on, not too strong but actually tastes like coffee and for people who like normal strength coffee then a full teaspoon can be used, a friend has sometimes made mine a bit strong but although the taste was a lot stronger it wasn't overpowering or bitter like some I have tried in the past.
The only thing that would make me hesitate about buying this product would be the price but if I can find it on special then I will make sure that a few tins make it into my cart.
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