Nespresso-Like Machines for Babies and Tea Drinkers
SingleServeEspresso.com has word that Nestle has announced two products based on technology using the Nespresso capsule delivery for food like stuff in your single serve cup. The BabyNes machine for sale in Switzerland is a reapplication of single serve coffee technology to make infant baby formula. The BabyNes makes baby formula from single serve capsules, and then dispenses it right into the bottle at the perfect temperature. There is a line of 6 capsules offering a customized nutritional profile for each stage of the baby's development. The BabyNes costs about $285, and the capsules cost about $2 each bottle (fill size ranges from about 3 oz to 8 oz depending on the capsule and your baby's needs).
We love to see the reapplication of technology for new devices, and if you haven't checked out the Special T it also features the same technology as the Nespresso single serve espresso and coffee system, but brews up 25 different special teas. The capsule is very much like the nespresso coffee capsule which is wrapped in aluminum. Pretty good stuff Nespresso, and we love the fact you stay single purpose to your category of delivery to get the job done right.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 20, 2011 7:43 AM
Any word on when the Special T will show up this side of the pond? If I recall correctly, it's been released in France for a while now and they've already introduced a huge number of tea capsules.
I would not be surprised to see the model pictured above retail for about $300. I'm guessing the tea capsules can only be ordered online or in-person via Nespresso Boutiques.