July 13, 2006

Nespresso Le Cube Arrives for Review

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We've just received the new Le Cube from Nespresso for review. Unlike other cube like products you can drive, the Nespresso Le Cube is the only "cubed" espresso and single serve coffee maker that we know of. Our first impressions are - it's a bit larger than say the Nespresso C100T Essenza, but we really like the look a bit more.

The Nespresso Le Cube features both automatic large or lungo (single serve coffee) and espresso settings, and requires use of Nespresso Capsules. There are two cup holding locations on each side of the Nespresso Le Cube that will fit your espresso shot glasses, and it has a holding area for over 14 used Nespresso espresso capsules that get automatically ejected after making each cup of espresso or lungo.

We'll have a full review with pricing and availability details soon.

Update: The Nespresso Le Cube is now available At Nespresso

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Posted by Jay Brewer at July 13, 2006 7:08 AM
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Kind of looks a bit like an Apple Mac, but i think it will go well in a modern looking kitchen.


Posted by: Simon at July 23, 2006 2:26 PM
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