Delonghi Lattissima EN660/670/680 Nespresso Capsule System Coffee Machine Review
I wanted to tell you about this great looking Nespresso capsule system coffee maker from Delonghi – The Delonghi Lattissima EN660 / 670 / 680. This coffee maker includes a built in milk frothing system and a programmable sequence mechanism to produce a great tasting cappuccino in just a press of a button.
I haven’t seen this machine in action yet (will do asap), but I have talked to a friend who has tested these machines so here is what I can say. The idea is that you place your espresso cup or latt? mug in one of the two available heights. Then you insert the included milk container to the left of the cup and direct the milk hose to your cup. After pressing the programmable button, you will get the steamed milk directly to the cup followed by the delicious Nespresso coffee.
This sequence is done with two separate pumps, for the milk and water, which means they are heated in two different places in the machine. When you finish you remove the milk container and store it if you want, and return the milk hose to its original setting.
One last note, in case you don’t know this, you are limited to one of 12 flavors in capsules currently offered by Nespresso. Only Nespresso makes and markets capsules for Nespresso machines. This is not a big limitation really, since 12 is a nice variety, and Nespresso offers an easy way to order capsules from its website.
I know this machine is not for everyone pricewise, but it looks amazing, and there’s something about pressing a button and getting your coffee prepared without extra work that gets some of us excited!
Check out price comparisons and user reviews on the Delonghi Lattissima EN660.
Coffee Machine Summary
- Nespresso Pod System Coffee Machine
- Instant Froth Dispenser
- Removable Milk Jug
- 19 Bar Pressure (Thermoblock)
- 1.2 Litre Water Reservoir
- Energy Saving Function
- Adjustable Drip Tray
- Automatic Capsule Ejection
- Metal Structure