Despite being a tea geek I do love a good cup of coffee now and then. After having a deeper look into all this ‘in home coffee business’ last autumn, I’ve decided to go with Nespresso. I didn’t buy a Nespresso coffee maker then, but I placed it on my wish list.
I was given a lovely new shinny Nespresso coffee machine for my birthday a couple of months ago, I’m one lucky girl. I’ve been using it every day since and I’m loving it.
Nespresso coffee machine itself is easy to use. Once again we can rely on Swiss precision.
There’s no real cleaning required. Once your coffee is done, the used capsule pops down to a little compartment that needs emptying now and then. If you’re frothing your milk you just have to rinse it and it’s done. If your machine will require bigger cleaning, the buttons will flash letting you know to insert a cleaning capsule instead of a usual coffee. Done.
It’s all great with this pretty shiny machine but is the coffee any good? YES! There’s a huge variety of coffee available to tickle everyones taste buds. You’ll find something you like easily. Every coffee machine comes with samples of all the coffee capsules for you to try and taste. There’s also tasting available in Nespresso stores. Capsules work out 29 or 32 pence per capsule, which when you compare to a grounded coffee not an instant one it works out more or less the same.
I genuinely recommend Nespresso if you’re looking to get a coffee maker, it’s well worth the money. I enjoy waking up to a cup of aromatic coffee. In the evening it’s still a cup of tea.