(I was not paid to write this review or asked by the company to complete one. This review is purely based on my experience with the Nespresso machine that we bought with our money. It was not gifted!)
I can't function without a good cup of coffee. I mean a nice strong beautifully smelling cup of coffee. Coffee with a rich foam and nice caramel color without adding any sugar or milk. No, I'm not making this up! This is what your coffee will look like when you make it with the Nespresso VertuoLine Machine.
We have purchased our machine two months ago after another, cheaper model from a big coffee chain, started leaking.
We have decided that the VertuoLine model would be the right fit for us, because it can uses espresso and coffee pods. The machine reads the code on the pod and makes the right coffee size, so you don't have to monitor it at all!
I can't say enough good things about the machine. It's very well made. The VertuoLine comes with two plastic canisters on the sides, one holds water, the other holds the disposed pods.
You can make about 5-6 coffee cups with one canister full of water and clearly many more espressos.
I also enjoy the different flavors and strengths of coffee. Each of the variety has a coffee meter/strength or intensity on the side of the box. My favorite ones are Odacio, Stormio and Hazelino (yes, they even have flavored coffee)
These pods can be either purchased at a coffee bar, if you have one located close to you or via the Nespresso website They typically deliver within two days and if you are ordering over 150 pods the delivery is free.
The machine can be purchased at a variety of retailers, such as Blooingdale's, William & Sonoma or Crate&Barrel.
If you enjoy a good cup of coffee you will really like this Nespresso machine.
Do you have a Nespresso coffee machine? Do you have a coffee pod that you particularly like? Or are you a tea drinker in the morning? Please share in the comments, I would love to hear from you!
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