Unboxing the Krups Nescafe Dolce Gusto Single Serve Coffee Maker
We've been using the US version of the Krups Nescafe Dolce Gusto over the past few weeks, and we have to say we're really impressed. Impressed enough to share just about every step we've had with this single serve coffee maker. One thing to note is Nescafe is owned by Nestle, which in turns is part of or shares in some business with Nespresso. So, you can really feel some of those influences in the Krups Nescafe Dolce Gusto, from the box, to the materials, and to the coffee this machine produces.
Update: Read our review of the Krups Nescafe Dolce Gusto Single Serve Coffee Machine
Right away you can see the Nespresso influence - beautifully
designed instructions, and the brown box filled with something interesting.
The brown box and tasting samples are on top.
You get a clear set mug for lattes, and a really nice cup and saucer
for regular single serve coffee.
The final set of latte cup, cup and saucer, drip tray, smart capsule
variety pack, and the red Nescafe Dolce Gusto machine.
You can read our earlier coverage of the Nescafe Dolce Gusto here, and as we stated earlier - expect a review soon.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 6, 2008 7:47 AM
With the recent purchase of the Dolce Gusto, we now have two machines, the DG and a Keurig. They both get lots of use. The variety of coffees on the Keurig can't be beat -- plus they have tea. The Dolce Gusto rocks the espresso/cappuccino niche without you having to be a schooled barista.
So the red Dolce Gusto sits next to the glowing blue Keurig B70...