October 15, 2010

DeLonghi Nespresso Lattissima Single-Serve Espresso Maker


If you've never had a Nespresso espresso you're missing out, and if you've never had a latte from the Lattissima you are really missing out. This single-serve espresso maker is for use with coffee-filled capsules from Nespresso, and features a19-bar high-pressure pump. The used capsules eject automatically, and the illuminated controls allow you to dial up the drink of your choice. There's even adjustable milk/coffee amounts and a warming tray on the top.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 15, 2010 7:55 AM
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My son has an espresso maker, but it works with pods. This sound more convenient and I like the idea that you can adjust the milk/coffee amounts. As a coffee lover I have always kept to the traditional coffee makers, but I think you are changing my mind.

Apparently the high-pressure pump insures a better espresso than the dripping. My son says it tastes a whole lot better.

Posted by: Magriet du Plessis at October 16, 2010 9:17 AM
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