September 2, 2014

Bluecup - Make Your Own Nespresso Compatible Capsules

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Nespresso users have had very few ways to use their own coffee to make Nespresso compatible capsules. Bluecup is going to change all that if it’s funded on Kickstarter. 

Creating Bluecup capsules is very easy to do.

  • Simply put a capsule filled with good and favorite fresh espresso ground into the creator. 
  • Then place on top of it a foil, close and twist the creator, and it's all set. 
  • It’s even faster than warming up the Nespresso machine. 

Funding so far is going well, and it’s one of the more exciting Nespresso accessories we’ve seen in awhile. Video after the jump.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 2, 2014 7:22 AM

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This is one of the more exciting bits of coffee news I've heard in a while. I love my Nespresso Lattissima+, but *HATE* the fact that I have to order directly from Nespresso.

I do buy from Nesp[resso, but I can see drinking a lot more Lungos and Ristrettos if this comes to fruition.

I backed it for 10 pounds.

Tom


Posted by: Thomas Davie at September 2, 2014 4:09 PM
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