Coffee is a part of many people’s daily routine, for me, although I don’t drink coffee all day long like some, the cup I do drink has to be good.
I had the pleasure of trying out the NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Piccolo coffee machine and sample the various coffees blends they have to offer.
The NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Piccolo is their most compact machine available. The size is perfect for students, apartments or if you’re like me who likes everything neat and clean in the kitchen with uncluttered counter space.
The single serve portions are great too, you’re getting a freshly brewed cup every time.
The cost of this machine is also reasonable with the MSRP of $119 and the Titanium Colour matches just about any style in any kitchen.
And for those discerning tastes of the coffee connoisseur, the Nescafe Dolce Gusto Machines all have the 15-bar pressure system. It’s comparable to coffeehouse machines to create the all-important crema layer.
There’s five coffee varieties all made with a premium blend of 100% roast and ground Arabica beans for “everyday” style coffees: Caffè Americano House blend, Caffè Grande Medium Roast, Caffè Grande dark roast, Caffè Lungo, Caffè Lungo Decaf.
And if you’re like me who likes to recreate the Coffee House experience for a special “Mommy Coffee Moment” there’s also a fabulous array of specialty coffees: Espresso, Latte Macchiato, Vanilla Latte Macchiato, Caramel Latte Macchiato, Cappuccino, Cappuccino Skinny, Chococino, & Mocha.
There are even a few “Iced Coffee” flavors when you prefer a cold coffee drink: Nestea® Peach and Cappuccino Ice.
Each cup can be personalized to preferred strength using the patented Custom Control Lever and this machine is also available in four styles: Circolo, Fontana, Piccolo and Melody.
So for those coffee lovers out there or those coffee drinkers who like a good cup of coffee made just the way you like it, the NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto coffee machines are great, it even made the Mommy Moment Gift Guide.
Friday 3rd of August 2012
Lovely Machine. I think it is time for me to get more modern and to buy a single cup coffee maker.