We’ve been getting a number of emails asking about Nespresso’s Decaf capsules. So we decide to put all the questions together in this post to help everyone out. If you have a question that hasn’t been answered, feel free to contact us by clicking here.
What Color Are The Nespresso Decaf Capsules?
Right now, Nespresso offers four of its original blends in the form of Decaf. The Arpreggio, Volluto, Vivalto Lungo and Intenso. Each of these blends has a different intensity that ranges from 9 to 4. They’re the same color as the original blends: purple, gold, blue and red. So how do you tell if they’re decaf?… read the next question.
How Can I Tell Which Nespresso Capsule Is Decaf?
Very simple, you’ll notice there’s a red dot at the bottom where the capsules get punctured. The box of the capsules will have the same red dot and will be labelled Decaffeinato.
What About Nespresso Vertuo’s Decaf Pods?
Since Vertuo’s pods look different than OriginalLine’s, their Decaf mark is different, too. As you’ll notice from the picture, this Melozio pod has a red ring around the pod, which indicates it is Decaf. Vertuo’s decaf pods are also called Decaffeinato.
How Much Caffeine Do Nespresso’s Decaf Capsules Have?
While decaf coffee is supposed to have no caffeine at all, truth is still has some traces of it. The average Nespresso capsules has about 60mg to 70mg of caffeine in it, while the Decaf has 1mg or less. This very tiny amount has very little to no effect on the body. So you can enjoy your decaf without any worries of caffeine kicking in.
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