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Nespresso Inissia Espresso Machine by De’Longhi with Aeroccino, Black

Nespresso Inissia Espresso Machine With Aerocinno – Black

Product Features

  • BARISTA GRADE: Nespresso Inissia by De’Longhi offers an impeccable single-serve Coffee or Espresso cup every time, thanks to its automatic operation and patented extraction system which delivers up to 19 bars of pressure. The Inissia is the perfect Coffee machine that fits perfectly into any interior design.
  • SPEED: In just one touch, ideal water temperature is reached in 25 seconds and you are ready to make 9 single-serve cups of Coffee without having to refill the 24 oz. tank. This automatic Coffee machine gets your perfect cup of Coffee or Espresso to you fast.
  • BUNDLE: The Aeroccino 3 milk frother is included to create the perfect finish to your single-serve Coffee beverages such as Cappuccino or Latte.
  • ENERGY EFFICIENT COFFEE MACHINE: Brew two different cup sizes; Espresso (1.35 oz.) and Lungo (5 oz.), with just the touch of a button. Pour over ice to create your favorite iced Coffee drinks. With the smart energy saving mode automatically switches off our Coffee maker after 9 only minutes.
  • VERSATILE AND SMART COFFEE MACHINE: Adjustable cup size with two programmable Espresso and Lungo buttons. A folding drip tray accommodates larger single-serve cup sizes and recipes.
  • COMPLIMENTARY GIFT: Each Espresso machine includes a Nespresso Original capsule welcome kit with a range of capsules with unique aroma profiles.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Works well enough to ditch Starbucks, but has some performance/mechanical flaws I will start with – I am not a coffee or espresso snob at all. For at least 5 years my daily fix has been satisfied by Starbucks at about $4-5 per day, which adds up. However, I don’t really spend exorbitant amounts of money on other habits like smoking or going to bars, so it worked for my budget. But to be honest, the coffee drinks I like (mochas) are too many calories and going to Starbucks every morning was getting inconvenient. I had a Mr. Coffee espresso machine for a year, but it…

Anonymous says:

So disappointed Update, November 2018:I’ve had this machine for about five months now, and while I never loved it (see below), things have only gone downhill. It no longer brews the coffee properly, with tons of leakage down inside the machine, and although I’ve tried descaling and restoring factory settings, the coffee is now coming out watery and inconsistent. At least it was relatively inexpensive, but it’s time to cut my losses and move on. I don’t love the Essenza mini but more that likely I’ll just…

Anonymous says:

What’s not to like. Make’s great What’s not to like. Make’s great, authentic European espresso dead easy. The frother has a cappuccino ready in under a minute. Clean up it almost non-existent. For those willing to spend on average of 70 cents per shot, this is the only way to go. Yes a super-automatic would do as well — but probably not better — at 5 times the cost of the machine. And for those of the Barista temperament, an expensive manual machine is the way to go. Those not wanting to bother to tamper or grind, pre-infuse,…

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