September 2, 2008

Le Cube Black and Bronze Patina Nespresso Machines Coming Soon



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Nespresso is introducing two new machines for 2008: Le Cube (review) Black and Le Cube Bronze Patina. The new colors Black and Bronze Patina exaggerate the minimalist design of the Le Cube range, with front panels dressed in the new hues and made of anodized aluminum for a subtle and even finish.

  • Le Cube Black: Timeless Elegance - Elegant like a jaguar, the new Le Cube Black fascinates with its sleek design and timeless elegance. Black, as the most influential non-color of the fashion, architecture and design world is always prepared to make a statement, exuding strong characteristics such as strength, style and sensuality. The new Le Cube Black with its subtle aluminum finish becomes a bold accessory and precious gem in every design aficionados' home.
  • Le Cube Bronze Patina: Modern Glamour - Modern images of the color bronze might arouse thoughts of golden deserts and sun-kissed summer skin. The new Le Cube hue Bronze Patina, however, takes its inspiration even further back into the past, where the ancient significance of this precious metal describes a color created by time and nature.

All Le Cube models offer one-touch buttons to control the optimal amount of coffee per cup, from the espresso to a Lungo, and is also made for latte macchiato preparations. Like all Nespresso systems, Le Cube Black and Le Cube Bronze Patina feature advanced technology with 19 bar high-pressure pump and thermoblock that guarantee optimal extraction and temperature, essential in producing a supreme espresso and the famous Nespresso crema.

The new Nespresso Le Cube Black (SRP $349) and Le Cube Bronze Patina (SRP $349) machines will be available in September in leading department stores, gourmet kitchen and specialty stores, Nespresso boutiques, including Nespresso's U.S. flagship boutique at 761 Madison Avenue in New York City, as well as boutiques in Bloomingdale's in SoHo (New York), Chevy Chase, Md., Costa Mesa, Calif., and Chicago, the Bay in Toronto and Vancouver, and through the Nespresso Club (1.800.562.1465 or www.nespresso.com).

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 2, 2008 6:13 AM
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