Nespresso Lattissima - One Touch Cappuccinos and Lattes
Yesterday, Nespresso and DeLonghi unveiled the next generation of espresso meets cappuccino and latte machines - the Nespresso Lattissima. The Nespresso Lattissima features a "one touch" fresh milk froth function, allowing you to make a latte or cappuccino with just one push of a button. We witnessed the Nespresso Lattissima in person and got to sample the cappuccino and latte drinks it produced - verdict - amazing.
Because the Nespresso Lattissima uses fresh milk the difference in the quality of the latte or cappuccino is staggering. The Nespresso Lattissima also features an "auto clean" function, and the milk reservoir detaches from the machine so you can keep it nice and cool in the fridge for the next cappuccino or latte you make. Another cool feature is the adjustable cup platform, which allows you to use a tall latte glass or a traditional coffee cup. The Nespresso Lattissima will be priced at $799 for the satin chrome with cup warmer, and $699 for red or black sans the cup warmer and will be out Fall 2007.
Full details and video of the Nespresso Lattissima after the jump.
Nespresso Lattissima Video:
Nespresso Lattissima Highlights:
One touch fresh milk froth function for preparing a range of espresso-based beverages
Adjustable cup platform for filling coffee cups, as well as latte glasses
Auto clean automatic rinsing function
Heated upper surface for warming cups on the satin chrome model
Nespresso Lattissima Technical Details:
Twin pump heating system, one for frothing and one for making espresso - can be used at the same time
19 Bar high-pressure pump
Auto cappuccino function, which produces a one-touch cappuccino in less than one minute or latte macchiato in one minute and 20 seconds
A mini brewing unit
Removable milk container
Removable water container
Water level reader
Capsule holder for 12-15 capsules
Weight is 11 pounds
Milk reservoir in place. This is the red Nespresso Lattissima.
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