December 23, 2009

Nescafe Dolce Gusto Single Serve Coffee Machine - Round and Funky

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We're still very much in love with our Nescafe Dolce Gusto machine here at single serve coffee (read our review of the Dolce Gusto here). Each week we fire it up and have what we would like to think is a nearly perfect latte or other hot beverage. The thing about the Dolce Gusto is - it just feels different, and makes a great cup of single serve coffee. Operating it is easy - as the capsules come packed with a milk and coffee option in one box, and it has a variety of flavors to keep you interested. It should be an interesting 2010 for the Dolce Gusto, with more flavors available hopefully in the new year.

  • Single-serve brewing system for gourmet coffee drinks
  • Uses coffee capsules; no messy grinding or clean up
  • Removable 51-ounce water tank; removable drip tray
  • 15-bar pump; custom-control lever adjusts the strength
  • Measures 8-2/5 by 12-2/5 by 13 inches

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Posted by Jay Brewer at December 23, 2009 8:13 AM

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Something else which may or may not have been mentioned before... this has got to be THE cleanest single serve coffee machine which produces hot chocolate & milk-based drinks. The reason being that the dispensing nozzle is integrated directly into each capsule. As a result, there's no build-up to worry about within the machine itself and no mess to clean-up. The Tassimo machines on the other hand = constantly having to clean out crusted-up syrup/milk if you don't rinse out the nozzle assembly. Keurigs aren't too bad if you run a hot water cycle after making a chocolate-based k-cup. My only suggestion for the Dolce Gusto = don't let the used milk capsules sit in the capsule bin for more than a day or 2. Your nose will tell you why if you decide to do otherwise. Canadians can enjoy the T-Fal version of the Dolce Gusto which has seen a recent marketing push in many nation-wide stores such as Wal-Mart & Canadian Tire.


Posted by: SH at December 23, 2009 8:56 AM
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