What are the best Nespresso Capsules for latte? cappuccino? espresso?
If you’ve recently bought a Nespresso CitiZ coffee machine or planning to purchase one soon, you may be asking yourself this question. Well, you are not the only one. Have a look at the Nespresso Capsules range and Nespresso’s suggestions for which type of coffee best fits each blend.
Please add your comments based on your experience as to the different blends offered by Nespresso.
Nespresso coffee machines are famous all over the world for the beautiful design as well as delicious coffee. You may also think of George Clooney when you think Nespresso. The Nespresso capsules system is a very common system for coffee machines many homes these days. In this post I want to put videos and links to videos of Nespresso coffee machines, so you can get another look at them before buying or if you’re just curious. Enjoy the show:
As usual, Krups and Magimix manufacture similar machines for the Nespresso Capsule System. In other countries those same machines are simply branded as manufactured by Nespresso. The new Nespresso Citiz machines – Krups XN 7006 and Magimix M190 are slim coffee machines, perfect for making espressos or lungos at your own home or office room, with little hassle.
As you can see from the names of these two slick Nespresso capsule system espresso makers, the Magimix Le Cube M220 and the Krups 5000 Le Cube series, they are very similar. In fact, at first sight they look identical. If you look a little more, you will see the minor product design differences. Their technical specification is almost the same however.
Once again we come across two machines that are hard to tell apart. The Magimix M200 and the Krups xn4050 coffee makers. These are both entry level Nespresso capsules system machines with built in milk steaming hoses. They are both beautiful so just decide which one looks better to you, if you’re set on getting one of them.