Delonghi Dolce Gusto Creativa and Genio Single Serve Coffee Makers
The Creativa from Delonghi.
The Single Serve Coffee Forums has word that Delonghi is now making the Creativa Dolce Gusto single serve coffee machine, and also the Genio single serve coffee maker from Dolce Gusto. These machines have a variety of features not seen in earlier models, and there's even speculation they would use their own ground coffee - however this rumor is false.
Let's start with the Creativa from Nescafe and Delonghi:
The NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Creativa lets you program your cup so it's waiting for you just the way you like it. It uses the Dolce Gusto set of coffee capsules so there is no mess when making your favorite coffee beverage.
- Automatic "on" feature, digital machine with LCD screen
- Personalize your cups and it memorizes them - perfect preparation guaranteed
- Program automatic preparation of your breakfast, mid-day, dessert or any other cup whenever you like it
- The exclusive Thermoblock technology heats the water fresh every time, in less than one minute
- Stylish and sleek design that will stand out on any kitchen counter
- Energy Saving automatic switch off
And there's also the Genio
single serve coffee maker, which by comparison has a different footprint, but all the same features as the Creativa except for the following which it doesn't have:
- Custom Cup Feature (Memorizes Your Beverage)
- Automated Preparation
- Pre-programmed beverages you can alter
We simply can't wait to try out these new and exciting single serve coffee makers from Delonghi and Nescafe. It's nice to see an update to the Dolce Gusto line as well.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 12, 2011 7:43 AM
Would love to know why Nescafé/Delonghi refuse to sell the Creativa in Canada. As it stands, Canadians must order online from US retailers and the shipping costs are insanely high ($75 avg.) due to the size of the box the unit comes in/weight of machine. I e-mailed Nescafé this morning & am hoping I receive a logical explanation instead of a boilerplate response that doesn't answer my question.