May 1, 2012

Clothing is Optional with Nespresso


Over in Coffee Talk at the Single Serve Coffee Forums there's word that Nespresso is airing a commercial where they tout clothing is optional. One often wonders why people get all dressed to go to a cafe, when they can simply have amazing single serve coffee and espresso in the comfort of their home. We routinely have our single serve coffee right out of the shower, and wander around in a robe, but wandering around in a towel is an interesting idea especially if you look this good drinking coffee.

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April 5, 2012

Will Starbucks Take the Wind Out of Nespresso's Sails?


The Economic Times has an interesting take on Starbucks' Verismo single serve coffee maker launching this fall - it's going to kill Nespresso's momentum here in the US and maybe even abroad. Since Verismo is coming out this Fall - it's hard to say based on a drink to drink comparison, but the one thing Starbucks has over Nespresso is distribution.

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March 26, 2012

Nespresso Maestria Single Serve Espresso and Cafe Drink Maker

The Maestria has a steam wand built in.

Nespresso is realeasing in April two Nespresso machines - the Maestria and Gran Maestria. The Nespresso Maestria will use the Nespresso coffee capsules for one-touch coffee, espresso, and cafe style drinks. The Maestria will use a steam wand, but the Gran Maestria model will use the Aeroccino for making hot whipped milk.

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January 10, 2012

Nespresso Bringing Kazaar Coffee Capsules back for 2012


We finally have a date on Nespresso bringing back the Kazaar coffee capsules in 2012.

Their Twitter feed had the following to say about the date: "You asked and we listened! Kazaar is coming back on 1/16, available online only – RT if you’re counting down!" These capsules will be available online only and you may also want to check out their Facebook page for updates as well.

We never had the pleasure of the Kazaar - so we look forward to getting a few capsules to try out on 1/16.


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September 22, 2011

Nespresso Launches Lattissima Plus Site


Nespresso has launched a Lattissima Plus Site which delivers on both the features of the Nespresso Lattissima + and of course the beauty. We simply always enjoy a site with crema the width of your browser window, and with all Nespresso mini-sites this one delivers design in droves. One really cool feature is the changing Nespresso lip stick color you get as you roll over each Nespresso capsule type.  

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September 13, 2011

Nespresso Latissima Plus Single Serve Coffee Maker


The Latissima Plus single serve coffee maker is from Nespresso and Delonghi. As with the previous Lattisima this machine makes cappuccinos and lates with ease. Just pop in a nespresso capsule and touch a button—one-touch ease and patented technology deliver a perfect coffee experience every time, and the programmable buttons give you a perfect drink in the size you want.

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August 22, 2011

Nespresso Limited Edition Dhjana Coffee Capsules


Nespresso is going to launch around September 12, 2011 a blend of Brazilian, Colombian, and Costa Rican Arabica beans along with Indian Robusta 2 called Dhjana. The flavor intensity: 8 with the beans coming from 100% AAA-certified (Nespresso's Sustainable Quality program) which is very close to Rainforest Alliance certification. The capsule color: copper-ish and you can expect more details on recycling the capsules now that Nespresso has put systems into place to deal with the spent aluminum in the capsules to meet a 75% recycle rate in 2013.

We're always anxious to try the limited editions, but they do always sell out fast. We recommend having your browser open to the Nespresso site on 9/12.

Via Single Serve Coffee Forums

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July 28, 2011

Nespresso Rival Removes Nexpod Capsules from Shelves


Denner who markets Nexpod in Switzerland has been told to remove the Nexpod - a fill your own coffee capsule from store shelves. Following the clarification of a court ruling, Denner is talking with lawyers about the possibility of marketing the product again. Denner, which is owned by the cooperative Migros, had continued to sell the capsules after the June ruling as it was unclear—before the latest clarification—whether or not the ruling had reintroduced the ban.

"Denner will of course respect the existing legal prohibition again and take the capsules off the shelves for the time being," said Denner spokeswoman Nicole Schoewel.

This is interesting stuff, as most of the patent wars in the single serve coffee world have been well - successful for the patent holder, but most of the aftermarket make your own coffee capsule stuff has been left untouched. Perhaps the design of this product is too close to the patent? We'll keep up with this story to see if Nexpod goes back on sale in Switzerland.


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June 27, 2011

Outpresso - Recycle Nespresso Aluminum Coffee Capsules at Home


If you have a Nespresso single serve coffee and espresso system we think you'll really like Outpresso. Why? Well the waste from any of the single serve coffee systems can be troubling, and Outpresso allows you to separate the coffee from the aluminum capsule so you can safely recycle the aluminum outer shell. Note - Outpresso only works with the thimble shaped Nespresso capsules, and also does not work with other coffee capsules. There's a great faq at their site that has all the little details, but in reality there aren't that many. As you can see above you simply put the spent Nespresso capsule in the Outpresso and push down separating and pushing out the used coffee.

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June 20, 2011

Nespresso-Like Machines for Babies and Tea Drinkers

babyNes_ssc.jpg 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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