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We still get a lot of questions about the difference between Nespresso’s machines and the difference between them. So we decided to write a detailed guide about their main lines of machines: OriginalLine and VertuoLine. We’ll talk about the machines, the difference between them and more.

What Is Nespresso VertuoLine?

VertuoLine is a line of machines from Nespresso that can make single serve espresso and coffee. Wit the release of VertuoLine machines, it was the first time that Nespresso offered a machine that can make a long coffee and not just espresso. VertuoLine machines use special capsules that have been entirely redesigned. They are available in different sizes for each coffee drink: Espresso, Double Espresso, Gran Lungo (Americano), Coffee, and Alto XL which is the largest capsule that can make 14 oz coffee.

VertuoLine machines have several features to set it apart from the OriginalLine machines:

  • As mentioned, it makes coffee as well as espresso.
  • It adjusts automatically with the optimal settings for each capsule. Upon inserting a capsule, a laser reader will scan the barcode on the rim of the capsule and will automatically recognize the drink you’re trying to brew.
  • Instead of using a pump all most espresso and coffee makers, VertuoLine machines use Centrifusion technology. This tech spins the capsule rapidly while saturating it with water to extract the coffee. It ensures that the entire capsule has been fully saturated and extracted for maximum flavor.

Type of Drinks VertuoLine Can Make:

Espresso, Coffee, Americano (espresso + water), a Large 14 oz coffee.

Capsule Compatibility:

As of the time of writing this post, Vertuo machines are only compatible with officially branded capsules by Nespresso. There are no alternative from other brands or refillable capsules. However, Nespresso does offer a good variety of capsules in different roasts, intensities, and even flavored coffee.

Available VertuoLine Models:


All VertuoLine machines will brew the same capsules. The difference is going to be mainly in the design and capacity which can offer you different experience based on your need.

Vertuo:

This is the first machine to be introduced in the VertuoLine line. It has a water reservoir of 40 oz, fast 15-sec heat up time and a one button operation. One of the main issues one this machine is that it didn’t brew coffee hot enough. So Nespresso has fixed this problem in later models.

Read our full review on Nespresso Vertuo here.

Evoluo and Evoluo Deluxe:

The second edition to come after the Vertuo machine. The design has been updated to have a better cup holder that can sit in 5 different positions instead of 2. It comes in different colors. Evoluo comes in two sizes: the Evoluo with 40 oz water reservoir and 13-capsule capacity for used capsule drawer. Evoluo Deluxe is larger with 50 oz water reservoir and 17-capsule capacity for the used capsule drawer. Also, the Evoluo Deluxe includes an Aeroccino milk frother.

Read our full review about Evoluo here.

Evoluo Comparisons:

VertuoPlus:

This model features a completely redesigned head and water reservoir. The VertuoPlus has a motorized head (where the capsule goes) where you just press it down and it automatically lowers and punctures the capsule. The water reservoir is repositionable, so it can sit on the back or either sides of the machine. It is available as VertuoPlus with 40 oz water reservoir, and VertuoPlus Deluxe with 60 oz capacity.

Read our full review about VertuoPlus here.

Common Questions About Nespresso VertuoLine:

Where Can I Buy Nespresso VertuoLine Capsules?

Capsules are available to buy directly from nespresso.com , you can also buy them from Amazon. If you prefer to buy them in-store, find the nearest Nespresso boutique to you using their Store Locator.

Are There Any Vertuoline Alternative Pods?

No, there isn’t any (yet). This is one of the down sides Vertuoline, you’re limited by the capsules in comparison to OriginalLine.

Are VertuoLine Pods Recyclable?

Yes. They’re made of aluminum and are completely recyclable.

Can I reprogram the serving sizes on my Vertuoline machine?

Yes, that’s possible, but it might results in a not so ideal taste. Watch this video to see how:

Can I Make a Cappuccino or Latte Using Vertuoline?

Absolutely. Those drink are made of espresso and frothy milk. So all you have to do is brew a shot of espresso and add the frothy milk to it. If you plan on making milk based drinks frequently, then it’s best to bundle your machine with an Aeroccino milk frother.

Which Vertuoline Machine Should I Buy?

We would suggest that you skip the first one, Vertuo, as it’s outdated by now. Between Evoluo and VertuoPlus, find the best design and price for your budget. Otherwise, you’d be getting the same coffee results.

Are There Vertuoline Hot Chocolate pods?

No. Vertuoline only makes espresso and coffee capsules.

Pros and Cons of VertuoLine:

  • Pro: can make espresso and coffee in different brew sizes.
  • Cons: Lack of capsule alternatives or refillable option. Capsules can get quite expensive over time.

What Is Nespresso OriginalLine?

OriginalLine is what Nespresso started with. It’s their original line of machines that make espresso and espresso based coffee drinks. These machines also use the original Nespresso capsule design. OriginalLine espresso machines are designed by Nespresso as well as other brands like DeLonghi. Breville or Kitchenaid, so you’ll find a larger variety of machines to choose from.

As we mentioned, Vertuo machines use entirely new technology – Centrifusion – to brew coffee and espresso. On the other hand, OriginalLine machines keep it classic, they use pressure pump for a classic espresso experience.

Drinks You Can Make with an OriginalLine Machine:

  • Espresso, Lungo and Ristretto on some models.
  • Milk based drinks like Cappuccino, Latte, Macchiato can be prepared with one button setup on some models that have built-in milk frother or with the use of an external milk frother.

Capsule Compatibility:

This is where the OriginalLine excels over the Vertuo line. When it first came out, it used to be that OriginalLine machines only used capsules from Nespresso exclusively. But ever since Nespresso lost the patent of the capsule design, you can now find these capsules from a lot of brands. Even Starbucks makes Nespresso OriginalLine capsules now. Other brands even expanded their capsule collections to include tea and hot chocolate. And one of the best parts is, there are refillable capsules available from third party brands that you can fill with your favorite coffee ground.

Available OriginalLine Machines:

There are many many machines that can brew the OriginalLine capsules, and they’re not all by Nespresso. We’ll start with Nespresso’s own OriginalLine machines:

Essenza Mini:

A compact espresso machine that can make it all. It has two sizes Espresso and Lungo, both can be reprogrammed to your desired volumes. It has a small 20 oz water reservoir but even though it’s small in size, it does not compromise in coffee quality. This machine is replacing the Inissia model as the smallest Nespresso machine. It’s available in two designs, one by DeLonghi and another by Breville. Apart from design differences, both models are the same.

Read our detailed post about Essenza Mini here.

Pixie:

Still a small machine, but larger than the Essenza Mini. Pixie has always been a favorite by customers for it’s striking design. It offers two cup sizes, Espresso and Lungo. It has aluminum side panels that gives its body more durability in addition to the beautiful design. The used capsule drawer is illuminated with LED light that blink with the drawer is full or when the machine is low on water.

Read our full review of Pixie here.

CitiZ:

This is Pixie’s biggest competitor. It’s another beauty that’s available in a chrome finish or colored finish (red, white or red). It’s slightly larger than the Pixie, with a larger 33 oz water reservoir. It’s pre-set with Espresso and Lungo sizes. CitiZ is also available as CitiZ and Milk model, with has an Aeroccino frother built into its base for quick and easy milk based drink preparation.

Read more about CitiZ here.

Lattissima:

The Lattissima line includes several models: Lattissima Touch, Lattisima Pro, Lattissima Plus and Lattisima One. The biggest between Lattissima machines and other OriginalLine models is the built-in milk frother. These machines are pre-set with several coffee drinks like Cappuccino, Latte, Macchiato in addition to espresso and lungo. So you can get your favorite coffee drink with a push of button, the machine will automatically heat, froth the milk, add it to the glass then pour coffee over it. You can read about each model and the difference between them in the following posts:

Creatista, Creatista Plus and Creatista Uno:

This line of OriginalLine machines are designed and made by Breville. Like Lattissima machines, these also have a built-in milk frother but it’s quite different. The Creatista line has a steam wand that is more like a commercial espresso machine’s. It gives you the power to make a truly professional micro-foam milk that you can use to create latte art with. You can program your favorite coffee drink customizations and save them, and depending on the models, all setup and customization is done by a colored touchscreen.

You can learn more about Creatista machines by reading the following posts:

THE RECAP – OriginalLine vs. Vertuo:

so, to recap, here’s the summary of our comparison:

Brewing Drinks:

OriginalLine: Espresso (1.35 oz), Lungo (3.70 oz) and on some models Ristretto (0.70 oz). All drinks can be reprogrammed.

Vertuo: Espresso (1.35 oz) Double espresso (2.7 oz), Gran Lungo Americano (5 oz), Coffee (7.77 oz), Alto XL (14 oz). Volumes can be reprogrammed and each drink requires the capsule made for it.

Brewing Technology:

OriginalLine: High Pressure Pump – like any classic espresso machine.

Vertuo: Patented Centrifuision technology – Rapid spinning (7,000 per minute) while saturating the capsule with hot water. Uses a barcode system to automatically read the capsule type and adjusts automatically.

Capsule Compatibility:

OriginalLine: Nespresso Capsules, Third party capsules, refillable capsules. Available in coffee, tea or hot chocolate varieties. (hot chocolate and tea are from 3rd party only).

Vertuo: Compatible with official Nespresso capsules only.

Cost Per Capsules:

OriginalLine: can go anywhere from $0.70 up to $0.90 – 3rd party companies sometimes sell capsules for less.

Vertuo: $0.85 to $1.20 for the largest capsule size.

Which Should I Choose? OriginalLine or Vertuo?

  • Do you want to brew espresso as well as coffee using the same machine? If so, then Vertuo line is your choice.
  • If you mostly drink specialty coffee drinks like lattes, cappuccinos and so on, OriginalLine will make a better option for you. The option for capsules is quite better, the variety in blends, roasts and even in prices is better. You’re not limited to Nespresso’s capsules if you choose to go with OriginalLine. The only downside is that you won’t be able to brew a cup of coffee using the same machine.
 

What Is Nespresso Lattissima One? What’s New In It?

Nespresso Lattissima models have always been made with Cappuccino and Latte lovers in mind. With a single touch, you can prepare delicious creamy milk based coffee drinks. There are many models in the Lattissima line: Lattissima Pro, Lattissima Plus and Lattissima Touch. They’re made in partnership with DeLonghi, which adds their patented milk frothing system to the machines.

So, what sets the Lattissima One from other Lattissima machines? And who should buy it?

Features of Nespresso Lattissima One:

  • The first machine to feature an innovative single-serve milk frothing system. The detachable frothing compartment holds the the right amount of milk for a single cup and pours frothy milk directly to your cup.
  • Lines on the milk jug mark the amount of milk to add for your required type of froth (latte or cappuccino).
  • Simple operations, three buttons on the machine are for Espresso, Lungo and Froth Milk.
  • Quick operation: heats up in 25 seconds for espresso, 40 seconds for milk drinks.
  • Compatible with Nespresso OriginalLine capsules.
  • Compact design.
  • Made in Italy.
  • Water reservoir capacity: 33.8 oz
  • Milk container capacity: 4.2 oz.
  • Used capsule drawer capacity: 8 capsules.
  • Available in two colors.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso Lattissima One, read the customer reviews and buy it.

What’s New In Lattissima One?

The newest features of the Lattissima One is its single-serve milk container. The milk container holds enough milk for just one use. Which means less waste or no need to manage any left over milk. It also means you’ll always use fresh milk.

The marked lines on the container tell you exactly how much milk you’ll have to add to get froth for a cup of cappuccino or latte. Unlike other frothers, where you sometimes just guess how much milk you’ll use, and end up tossing the left over milk or keeping it in the fridge for later use (meaning – less freshness).

Lattissima One vs. Lattissima Pro, What’s The Difference?

The Lattissima Pro is another Nespresso machine made in cooperation with DeLonghi, and it’s also Italian made. And it is quite a best seller thanks for its ease of use and premium design.

How Are They Different?

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TitleNespresso Lattissima One by De'Longhi, Silky WhiteDe'Longhi America EN750MB Nespresso Lattissima Pro Machine
FeatureNew innovative de'longhi single-serve milk frothing system. Fill the milk jug with the amount of milk needed for your drink. The machine froths it directly into your cup
One-touch latte, cappuccino, Espresso solution accessible through 3 buttons only: Espresso, Lungo and milk button for latte and cappuccino (one touch milk system)
Latte made in seconds. Reach the perfect heat in just 25 seconds for Espresso and 40 seconds for milk beverages
Ultimate Coffee quality. Each Espresso capsule holds distinctive, locally sourced Espresso
19 bar pump: the high-performance pump offers barista-style Coffee every time, extracting the delicate flavor & premium aromas of each Coffee capsule and creating an incomparably dense and rich crema
MADE IN ITALY. The machine's simplistic design empowers you to brew up the authentic flavor you're looking for
Patented De'Longhi automatic cappuccino Latte Crema System
Patented Nespresso capsule system
Sensor touch display
Premium finishes and Italian design
Choose among 6 pre-programmed drinks (ristretto, espresso, lungo, cappuccino, latte, hot milk and hot water function for tea
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At their core, both Lattissima machines are made for making espresso and milk drinks with a lot of ease. So if your favorite drink is milk based, you’ll want one of these machines. But here’s how they compare:

Milk Container:

  • The Lattissima One is the first to have a single-serve milk container.
  • The Lattissima Pro has a larger container. Designed as detachable to allow you to keep any left over milk for later use.

Programmed Drinks:

  • The Lattissima One has three buttons: Espresso, Lungo and Milk. The milk button will froth the entire amount of milk in the container. Which is why it’s important to have those marks on it to indicate the amount of milk you need for the drink you’re preparing.
  • Lattissima Pro, on the other hand, has 6 preset drinks: espresso, lungo, ristretto, latte, cappuccino and hot milk. It also has the option to dispense hot water only, to use for making tea or instant meals.

Controls:

  • Lattissima One has backlit press buttons.
  • Lattissima Pro as a touch screen with and LCD display.

Capsule Compatibility:

  • Both Lattissima Pro and Lattissima One are compatible with Nespresso OriginalLine capsules. It also means they’re compatible with Nespresso-compatible capsules.

Capacity:

  • Lattissima One: 33.8 oz water reservoir. 4.2 oz milk container.
  • Lattissima Pro: 44 oz water reservoir.

Used Capsule Drawer:

  • Lattissima One holds up to 8 capsules.
  • Lattissima Pro holds up to 16 capsules.

Lattissima One vs. Lattissima Touch:

The Lattissima Touch offers the same drink options as the Lattissima Pro. On it, you’ll find buttons for: ristretto, espresso, lungo, cappuccino, latte, and hot milk. What’s missing though is the hot water on demand. This is something the Lattissima One also lacks.

The milk frothing system on the Lattissima Touch is also by DeLonghi. But unlike the Lattissima One, it’s a full size container. It’s also detachable so you can keep it in the fridge if there’s any left over milk.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso Lattissima Touch.

Who Should Buy Nespresso Lattissima One?

The Lattissima One is the prefect choice for:

  • a single user who prefers who doesn’t need a large machine or large milk container. The Lattissima One holds the perfect amount of milk for a single brew.
  • Someone who drinks milk based drinks occasionally. This type of user also doesn’t need a larger milk container, so this single-serve milk frother is the best choice.
  • Anyone who wants a single-serve cappuccino or latte maker that doesn’t take a lot of space. The Lattissima One is compact in size in comparison to other Lattissima machines.

Should You Upgrade To Lattissima One?

If you already own a Lattissima machine that is perfect working condition, we don’t see the need for the upgrade. However, if it’s going to be your first Lattissima, consider the points mentioned above to decide whether Lattissima One or another Lattissima is the best choice for you

Watch How It Works:

 

What Is Nespresso Expert?

Nespresso is always innovating and adding new features to their espresso machines to enrich your at-home coffee experience.

Nespresso Expert is an espresso machine with a unique design. It offers a range of features that are not yet available in other Nespresso machines. For starters, it has a new cup size, temperature settings and Bluetooth capabilities. All features that give you more ways to customize your coffee just the way you like it.

Features of Nespresso Expert:

  • 4 cup sizes: espresso, lungo, ristretto and Americano.
  • Hot Water function: a separate spout for hot water on demand and Americano preparation.
  • 3 temperature settings: Warm, Hot and Extra Hot.
  • 19-bar pressure.
  • Bluetooth connectivity allows you to operate your coffee machine and customize your drink via the Nespresso app.
  • LED alerts.
  • Heat up time: under 30 seconds
  • Automatic power off in 9 minutes.
  • Uses Nespresso OriginalLine capsules.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso Expert, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Cup Size Guide:

  • Ristretto: 25 ml
  • Espresso: 40 ml
  • Lungo: 110 ml
  • Americano: 25 ml of coffee + 125 ml of water.

Capsules:

Nespresso Expert is compatible with Nespresso OriginalLine capsules. This means it should also be compatible with all Nespresso-compatible capsules, giving you a lot of options when it comes to coffee variety.

Nespresso Expert Models:

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TitleNespresso Expert Espresso Machine by Breville with Aeroccino, BlackNespresso Expert Espresso Machine by De'Longhi with Aeroccino, Anthracite Grey
Feature4 cup sizes including americano, Espresso, Lungo, and Ristretto
Hot water function: separate spout for hot water and americano preparations
3 temperature settings (medium, hot, Extra hot)
Automatic Power-Off after 9 minute
Heat-up time in under 30 seconds
Intuitive LED alerts
4 cups sizes including americano, Espresso, Lungo, and Ristretto; designed for use with Nespresso capsules
Hot water function: separate spout for hot water and americano preparations
3 temperature settings (medium, hot, Extra hot)
Automatic Power-Off after 9 minutes. Heat-up time in under 30 seconds
Intuitive LED alerts. Capsule tasting pack included
Valued separately at $428.00
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  • Nespresso Expert: standalone espresso machine
  • Nespresso Expert & Milk: espresso machine with Aeroccino 3 milk frother for making delicious milk based coffee drinks.

Comparing Nespresso Expert To Other Models:

How does the Nespresso Expert compare to other Nespresso machine models?

Nespresso Expert vs. VertuoLine:

The VertuoLine is Nespresso’s first line of machines that can prepare espresso as well as coffee. Unlike Nespresso Expert, or other Nespresso machines, it does NOT use pressure to brew the coffee. Instead, it uses Centrifusion technology which spins the capsules rapidly while saturating it with water.

On the other hand, Expert works like a traditional espresso maker. It uses pressure for brewing espresso. It doesn’t make coffee like Vertuoline, but it can make Americano, which is espresso with hot water.

When it comes with other features, Nespresso VertuoLine does not have many of Expert’s new features:

  • Adjustable temperature
  • Americano cup size
  • Hot Water dispenser.
  • Bluetooth connectivity.

Another thing is, VertuoLine uses entirely different capsules than Expert. VertuoLine capsules are made to work with VertuoLine machines only. As for Expert, it uses Nespresso OriginalLine capsules.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso VertuoLine machines.

Nespresso Expert vs. Lattissima Pro:

Lattissima Pro is a preferred model for people who enjoy milk based coffee drinks like Lattes and Cappuccinos. It has a built-in milk frothing system, developed by DeLonghi, that makes preparing a cup of delicious creamy coffee as easy as pressing a button.

Unlike other Nespresso machines, including the Expert, where you have to pick up the frother and add the milk manually, the Lattissima frother heats, froths and adds the milk to the cup, all automatically. And the milk container is detachable so you can store any left over milk in the fridge.

The Lattissima Pro has 6 pre-set drinks: espresso, lungo, Cappuccino, Latte, Ristretto, hot milk and it has hot water function. What the Lattissima Pro doesn’t have is the Expert’s features to adjust temperature, Americano function and Bluetooth.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso Lattissima Pro.

Nespresso Expert vs. CitiZ:

CitiZ is one of Nespresso’s earliest espresso machines, and it is still popular as ever. It prepares espresso and lungo, and with the Aeroccino frother, you can also prepare your favorite milk based drinks. There’s no special customization with the CitiZ, other than the fact that you can reprogram the volume of each cup size. There’s no temperature settings or Bluetooth connectivity. It makes a great choice for someone looking for a small machine that does all coffee drinks, but with no special customization.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso CitiZ.

Nespresso Expert vs. Prodigio:

Prodigio is the first Nespresso machine to have smart Bluetooth connectivity. It is more comparable to older machines like the CitiZ, Pixie or Inissia, but with the added feature of Bluetooth, which is great for brewing coffee via the Nespresso app.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso Prodigio.

Should You Buy Nespresso Expert?

The biggest feature the Expert offers that coffee lovers might find useful the most is the adjustable temperature. As many customers before have noted that from one model to another, the temperature isn’t as hot as they’d like it to be. The Nespresso Expert gives you the option to choose from Warm, Hot and Extra Hot. The dedicated hot water dispenser is also quite useful for serving hot water on demand, either for making Americano, tea, or even instant meals.

The Bluetooth connectivity might some gimmicky to some, and it could be. Especially that in order to prepare a cup of coffee via your phone, you’ll need to have a coffee capsule inserted in the machine, meaning, you’ll either be next to the machine already or have to remember to keep the machine loaded with a capsule at all times. The Nespresso app will come quite handy though, for diagnosing and troubleshooting errors and for ordering Nespresso capsules.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso Expert, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Video Reviews:

Nespresso Expert Unboxing and Demo:

 

If you love your kitchen appliances to have good looks as well as function, you’ll absolutely love the Nespresso by KitchenAid espresso maker. These two brands collaborated to create this espresso maker to give it Nespresso’s high quality coffee brewing system and KitchenAid’s most iconic design.

Features of the KitchenAid Nespresso Machine:

  • Brews Nespresso’s OriginalLine capsules.
  • Select from 6 pre-set settings and coffee volumes, all can be reprogrammed.
  • Heats up in under 30 seconds.
  • 1.3 Liter water reservoir.
  • Adjustable cup tray allows you to accommodate different cup sizes.
  • Used capsule drawer.
  • Premium all metal design.
  • Available in different colors.
  • Aeroccino milk frother available for purchase separately or as a bundle.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso KitchenAid Espresso maker, read the customer reviews and buy it.

What Makes The Nespresso KitchenAid Machine Any Different Than Other Nesprsso Machines?

Since the Nespresso by KitchenAid espresso maker is compatible with Nespresso’s OriginalLine coffee capsules, then the coffee it produces is the same as machines like Inissia, Pixie, CitiZ or Lattissima. So, why would you choose Nespresso KitchenAid over those?

It’s all in the design.

The Nespresso KitchenAid has an iconic design that KitchenAid has always been known for. It’s the retro look, the iconic red color (although it is available in other colors), and how the machine operates. It still works as easily as the other Nespresso machines, you insert a capsule and push a button. But the Nespresso Kitchenaid has a lever for puncturing the capsule (the level closes the lid, which in turn punctures the capsule), it gives the machine an old feel of operating a retro lever espresso maker.

It’s not just the look of the machine, but the quality and feel, too. The Nespresso KitchenAid has a premium full die-cast metal housing. This gives it its fancy looks as well as durability.

Nespresso by KitchenAid vs. Nespresso Gran Maestria, What’s The Difference?

The Gran Maestria by Nespresso also has a beautiful retro design that is comparable to the Nespresso KitchenAid. It comes in two models, Maestria and Gran Maestria, which you can read more about here.

Design:

  • The Maestria and Nespresso by KitchenAid  both have a retro feel to them. But the KitchenAid version has the well-known KitchenAid design that you just can’t miss.
  • Gran Maestria and Maestria have anodized Aluminum bodies while the Nespresso KitchenAid has a die-cast metal body. Both models have premium finishes.

Selections and Programmability:

  • The Grand Maestria has two drink selections, Espresso and Lungo. And then you can select from 5 volume settings for each of these drinks.
  • Nespresso KitchenAid also has two drink selections, but it has 6 volume settings for each drink.

Milk Frothing:

If you like milk coffee drinks such as Cappuccinos or Lattes, then having a milk frother is a must. Nespresso usually offers their Aeroccino frother either as a separate purchase, bundled for a discounted price or in some models, it is built it.

  • In the Gran Maestria, the milk frother is built into the machine’s base. Although it is detachable, but it powers up with the machine.
  • In the Maestria, it has a steam wand for manual milk frothing. This is a great option for someone who wants a more creamier texture and enjoys texturing milk manually.
  • With the Nespresso KitchenAid, you have the option of buying a bundle or buying the frother separately.

Buying a frother separately gives you the option of looking at frothers from other brands, too. You can see our recommendations here.

More About Nespresso OriginalLine Capsules:

Since Nespresso KitchenAid is an OriginalLine system, you’ll find many compatible coffee capsules to enjoy, either officially from Nespresso or from Nespresso-compatible brands. Here are some recommended reads on the topic:

Videos:

How To Use Nespresso KitchenAid Espresso Maker:

 

If you’re a new or existing Nespresso machine owner who lives in the UK, there are many ways you can get your Nespresso capsules, either in store or online. Our focus here is going to be buying your capsules online, since it’s more convenient and you can get more varieties than in-store. But if you prefer to buy your capsules in-store, visit the Nespresso Boutique locator here.

Buying Your Capsules Direct From Nespresso’s Website:

You can buy your Nespresso capsules directly from their website. However, buying from Nespresso’s website comes with some rules:

  • Your purchase must always be in multiples of 50 capsules (5 sleeves). So, you can order 50, 100, 150 capsules and so on. You can mix the varieties you want.
  • Free shipping is available for orders of 200 capsules and more.

For that reason, many customers choose to buy their Nespresso capsules from Amazon. Although it is slightly more expensive than buying direct from Nespresso, you get more freedom in choosing the number of capsules you want to buy, and you’ll get free postage even on orders less than 200 capsules.

Type of Nespresso Capsules Available on Amazon UK:

There are two type of capsules available for Nespresso machines:

  • Original Nespresso Capsules – these are capsules that were made by Nespresso and are part of their official selection.
  • Nespresso-compatible Capsules – these are capsules manufactured by brands other than Nespresso. But are made to work perfectly with Nespresso machines.

Usually, Nespresso-compatible capsules are a less expensive option and available in more varieties. But it’s always best to look at prices at the time of purchase and compare prices.

Best Original Nespresso Capsule Variety Packs:

Nespresso Capsules Variety Pack: This mixed pack includes 5 blends/types of capsules that range in intensity from medium to strong. The pack includes: 10 x Arpeggio , 10 x Ristretto , 10 x Roma, 10 x Livanto , 10 x Capriccio.

Click here to learn more, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Nespresso Capsules Intenso Variety Pack: This pack includes 5 sleeves of the strongest Nespresso capsules. It includes: 10x Ristretto, 10x Arpeggio, 10x Kazaar, 10x Dharkan, 10x Roma. This pack is perfect for anyone who prefers their coffee on the strong side.

Click here to learn more, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Nespresso Limited Edition Flavored Variety Pack: This pack of 3 sleeves includes limited edition flavors: 10 Vanilio, 10 Caramelito and 10 Ciocattino. These flavors are best enjoyed with milk, but of course, you can enjoy them anyway you prefer.

Click here to learn more, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Best Nespresso-Compatible Variety Capsule Packs:

VIAGGIO Nespresso-Compatible Espresso Capsules: a premium pack that includes 60 capsules in total, and 6 different varieties. It includes: Ristretto, Intenso, Arabica, Espresso, Decaffeinato and Lungo.

Click here to learn more, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Barista Italiano Nespresso-Compatible Variety Pack: this pack includes 90 premium capsules compatible with Nespresso machines. It includes 4 premium blends: 36 Intenso Napoletano, 18 Top Espresso, 18 Ristretto, 18 Delicato Arabica. Each blend is available to be purchased separately as well.

Click here to learn more, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Belmio Nespresso-Compatible Capsules: What makes Belmio’s capsules special is that they’re the first Nespresso-compatible brand to offer aluminium capsules just like Nespresso’s. This means it packs more fresh coffee ground and it is recyclable. This variety pack includes 5 different blends/varieties.

Click here to learn more, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Gourmesso Trial Bundle for Nespresso Machines: Gourmesso packs Fairtrade certified coffee in its Nespresso capsules. This pack includes 10 different blends in a variety of intensities.

Click here to learn more about this pack, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Popular Nespresso Machine and Capsule Accessories:

Brabantia Nespresso Capsule Holder: This elegant capsule holder has a capacity of holding up to 30 capsules. In the middle, it has a canister that can hold items like spoons, stirrers or sugar. This canister is fully removable and dishwasher safe.

Click here to learn more about this capsule holder, read the customer reviews and buy it. 

Horwood double-wall glasses are beautiful to look at. They are sold in a set in of 2, with different sizes suited for drinks like latte, cappuccino, espresso and more.

Click here to learn more about these glasses, read the customer reviews and buy it.

 

Sometimes when researching for Nespresso machines, you’ll come across some models that are under brand names other than Nespresso, especially if you’re in Europe. These brand names include KRUPS, DeLonghi and Magimix. Is there a difference between these machines and other Nespresso machines?

Nespresso KRUPS, Magimix or  DeLonghi, What’s The Difference?

Let’s take the Nespresso Essenza Mini or CitiZ and Milk by KRUPS as an example. Would these be any different than the Essenza Mini or CitiZ we’ve featured long ago (that don’t have KRUPS to their name)?

The short answer to this is no, there’s absolutely no difference to them. They are still the same Nespresso machines sold everywhere around the world.

But why do they have the names KRUPS or Magimix (like the Nespresso Maestria by Magimix, for example)? This is because Nespresso has partnered with these brands to help them distribute their machines around the world. But by technology and design, they are still the same Nespresso machines, brewing the same delicious coffee you’ll get from any Nespresso machine. You’ll also get your customer service from Nespresso, if needed.

What About Nespresso by DeLonghi?

Now, Nespresso and DeLonghi have a different type of partnership. There are a number of espresso machines designed by DeLonghi but are powered by Nespresso. These machines combine the design and technology of two great brands to bring you a top-notch at home coffee experience.

An example of these machines is the DeLonghi Lattissima PRO:

This automatic espresso machine prepares your favorite coffee drink with a push of a button. It has a built-in milk frother that uses DeLonghi’s patented Cappuccino system and uses Nespresso’s Original capsules exclusively. You can learn all about the Lattissima Pro here.

As this particular model isn’t available in the UK, our readers from UK can have a look at the Nespresso Delonghi Lattissima Touch instead.

Does It Matter If You Choose a Nespresso by KRUPS, DeLonghi or Magimix?

Whatever brand you choose, as long as it has the Nespresso name, it will brew Nespresso’s capsule the same way and you’ll get the same quality of coffee drinks. If you go for a Nespresso machine by DeLonghi, you’ll get a slightly different experience due to the Cappuccino system by DeLonghi and different design, but the coffee quality and taste will remain the same.

Video Reviews:

Review of the Nespresso CitiZ and Milk by KRUPS:

 

Essenza is one of the first models Nespresso ever released and it has been discontinued for years. But to our surprise, Nespresso has released an entirely new and redesigned Essenza Mini, the smallest machine by Nespresso yet (as of mid-2017).

Features of Nespresso Essenza Mini:

  • Compact and light design. Weighs at 5 pounds, Dimensions: (WxDxH) 4.3×8.0x12.8
  • Available in  two designs and 3 different colors.
  • Removable water reservoir with 20.3 oz capacity.
  • 19-bar pressure.
  • 2 programmable cup sizes: Espresso and Lungo.
  • OriginalLine capsules.
  • Used capsule drawer capacity: 6 capsules.

Click here to learn more about Essenza Mini, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Essenza Mini DeLonghi or Breville? What’s The Difference?

When buying an Essenza Mini, you’ll find it available under two brand names: DeLonghi or Breville. As you can see from the picture, the difference between the two brand names is the design as well as a available colors. Essenza Mini by DeLonghi is available in black, red and lime green, while the Breville design is available in black or white. Other than that, both machines perform in an identical way.

Essenza Mini vs. Inissia, What’s The Difference?

Before the Essenza Mini, Inissia was the most compact Nespresso machine available. So, what has changed for Essenza Mini to earn this title?

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TitleNespresso Inissia Espresso Machine by De'Longhi with Aeroccino, BlackDeLonghi America, Inc EN85BAE Nespresso Essenza Mini espresso Machine by De'Longhi with Aeroccino, Black
FeatureNespresso Inissia by De'Longhi offers an impeccable barista-style coffee every time, thanks to it's simple one-touch operation and patented extraction system which delivers up to 19 bars of pressure
In just one touch and 25 seconds, the water reaches the ideal temperature to make 9 coffees without having to refill the 24 oz tank
Adjustable cup size with two programmable Espresso and Lungo buttons; An energy saving mode automatically switches off the machine after 9 minutes
Includes the Aeroccino 3 that provides a smooth, finely textured hot or cold milk froth for your coffee recipes via an ultra simple and fast automatic system
Each machine includes a welcome set with a range of Nespresso capsules with unique aroma profiles; Items sold seperately valued at $248; Desgined for use with Nespresso capsules
Power rating (in watts)- 1260 Watt
2 programmable buttons for Espresso and Lungo; 19 bar high pressure pump
Intuitive and easy to use; Ultra light and compact; 20.3 oz water tank
Heat-up time in under 30 seconds; automatic Power-Off after 9 minutes; low Energy consumption after 3 minutes
Capsule tasting pack included; designed for use with Nespresso capsules
The bundle includes the Aeroccino 3 milk frother. It provides a smooth, finely textured hot or cold milk fresh milk froth for your Coffee recipes. Items valued seperately at $248
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Dimensions:

  • Inissia: (WxHxD) 7.5 x 12.9 x 13.5 in
  • Essenza Mini: (WxHXD) 4.3×12.8 x 8.0 inch

Clearly, The Essenza Mini is smaller in width and depth, but is almost the same hight as the Inissia.

Water Reservoir Capacity:

  • Inissia has 24 oz capacity.
  • Essenza Mini: 20.3 oz capacity.

Used Capsule Drawer:

  • Inissia can hold up to 11 used capsules
  • Essenza Mini can hold up to 6 used capsules.

So, for Essenza Mini:

  • The water reservoir is smaller than Inissia by about 4 oz.
  • The uses capsule container holds less capsules.
  • But, it is 3.2 Inches less in width than Inissia. Which saves you a lot of counter space.

Essenza Mini vs. Pixie, What’s The Difference?

Pixie is one of the higher end machines from Nespresso. Although they all produce the same delicious coffee, Pixie has a more premium feel to it thanks to its stainless steel finish, LED indicators and overall retro modern design.

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TitleNespresso Pixie Espresso Machine by De'Longhi with Aeroccino, AluminumNespresso Essenza Mini Espresso Machine by De'Longhi, Red
FeatureNespresso Pixie by De'Longhi has a 19 bar high-pressure pump that allows for a barista-style result, unlocking the delicate flavour of each coffee capsule; Designed for use with Nespresso capsules
The fast heat-up system reaches the ideal temperature in just 25 seconds. The machine automatically turns off after 9 minutes, consuming less energy
The one-touch buttons with two cup capacities (Espresso and Lungo) can be reprogrammed to custom volumes. Red backlights light up to let you know when you need to refill the 24 oz. water tank
Includes the Aeroccino 3 that provides a smooth, finely textured hot or cold milk froth for your coffee recipes via an ultra simple and fast automatic system
Each machine includes a welcome set with a range of Nespresso capsules with unique aroma profiles; Items sold seperately valued at $328
2 programmable buttons for Espresso and Lungo; 19 bar high pressure pump
Intuitive and easy to use; Ultra light and compact; 20.3 oz water tank
Heat-up time in under 30 seconds
Automatic Power-Off after 9 minutes; low Energy consumption after 3 minutes.Capsule tasting pack included; designed for use with Nespresso capsule
Water container capacity (oz):0.6
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Pixie is more comparable to Inissia (our previous comparison can be found here), it has the same water reservoir capacity and the same used capsule drawer capacity. However, Pixie’s dimension is smaller than Inissia (WxHxD): 4.4 x 9.3 x 12.8 in

So when it comes to sizes, here’s the machines ranking from smallest to small (since they’re all compact really):

  • Essenza Mini
  • Pixie
  • Inissia

But if we’re going to compare designs, Essenza Mini has a plastic body much like Inissia. So while they still look great and colorful, they have a less premium finish that Pixie’s metal plates and LED indicators which pump up its look and feel.

Buying Capsules for Nespresso Essenza Mini:

Essenza Mini is part of Nespresso’s OriginalLine machines. So to brew coffee, you can choose:

Should You Upgrade to Essenza Mini?

Essenza Mini is mostly targeted to newcomers to the world of Nespresso. If this will be your first time buying a Nespresso machine, and you’re looking for a compact and cool design, the Essenza Mini would make a great choice.

On the other hand, if you already have an OriginalLine Nespresso machine at home and looking to upgrade, Essenza Mini will give you the same experience, so it won’t be much of an upgrade. Maybe you should consider trying VertuoPlus by Nespresso which brews espresso and coffee, uses different capsules than OriginalLine machines and should give you an new experience. Another great upgrade would be the Creatista, which includes a built-in steamer that creates professionally textured milk automatically.



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If you’re a Nespresso owner as well as a Starbucks coffee fan, you’ll be happy to know that now you can enjoy your Starbucks coffee with your Nespresso machine! It’s been a long wait til the two coffee brands came together to give us what we wanted. So, here’s everything you need to know about Starbucks Capsules for Nespresso.

The Capsules, Blends and Compatibility:

  • Starbucks Capsules for Nespresso are available in 4 choices, 3 of them being a single-origin:
    • Guatemala, Kenya, Colombia and a dark Espresso roast.
  • The capsules are compatible with Nespresso OriginalLine machines only. Which means, these are Espresso capsules and will work with models such as Inissia, Pixie, Citiz, Lattissima, Gran Maestria and will NOT work with any VertuoLine machines like VerutoLine, Vertuo, Evoluo and so on.
  • Unlike Nespresso’s capsules, Starbucks’s capsules are not ranked by intensity. But like their usual coffee, it is labeled as Medium or Dark roast. With Espresso capsules being the only Dark Roast.

Are These Officially Licensed Starbucks Capsules?

Yes, indeed! These Nespresso capsules are officially released by Starbucks and are made especially to work with Nespresso OriginalLine machines (find the press release here)

Where Can I Buy Starbucks Capsules For Nespresso?

If you’re in the US, you can buy the capsules on Amazon.com. Customers in UK and some European countries can buy it directly from Starbucks on their website.

Other Nespresso-Compatible Capsules:

If you’re in the mood for trying different type of Nespresso-compatible capsules, read our past recommendations:

 

 

Nespresso continues to evolve and upgrade their line of espresso and coffee machines VertuoLine, tweaking the design and features to make it even better. The VertuoPlus is an example of this, it’s a newly redesigned machine to add to the VertuoLine collection from Nespresso. What is it and how is it different from the VertuoLine and Evoluo? That’s what we will talk about in this post.

Features of the VertuoPlus Espresso and Coffee Maker:

  • Espresso and Coffee maker by Nespresso – designed to work with VertuoLine capsules only.
  • Slim design with moveable water reservoir that can slide right, left or behind the machine.
  • 40 oz water tank capacity.
  • Automatic capsules recognition adjusts the machine to the optimal settings for that capsule.
  • Three cup sizes: 1.35 oz espresso, 8 oz and 14 oz coffee.
  • The top of the machine (the lid that lifts to insert the capsule) is motorized. It opens up and closes automatically.
  • Used capsule container.
  • Includes a sample pack with each available Vertuoline capsule for espresso and coffee.
  • Available in Gray or Red.

Click here to learn more about VertuoPlus espresso and coffee maker, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Nespresso VertuoPlus Deluxe, Is It Different Than The VertuoPlus?

No, features wise, both are exactly the same. The VertuoPlus Deluxe has a larger 60 oz water reservoir and design wise, it has some chrome accents. Everything else is the same as the VertuoPlus.

Click here to learn more about the VertuoPlus Deluxe, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Why Is The VertuoPlus Branded with DeLonghi and VertuoPlus Deluxe Branded with Breville?

We’ve been getting this question for a long time, ever since the release of machines like the DeLonghi Lattissima and more recently Breville Creatista Plus, which all are basically Nespresso machines but have other brand names.

The answer for this is rather simple. These good companies are not trying to confuse you, that’s for sure. Actually, they partner up to bring you the best of their technologies to make the best coffee makers possible. This the case of VertuoPlus, Nespresso has partnered with DeLonghi and Breville to help them distribute their machines. The VertuoPlus and VertuoPlus Deluxe are still Nespresso machines and are made exclusively to brew VertuoLine capsules.

Watch How The VertuoPlus Works:

How Is VertuoPlus Different Than VertuoLine and Evoluo Nespresso Machines?

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TitleBreville BNV450GRY1BUC1 Nespresso Vertuo Plus Coffee and Espresso Machine with Aeroccino, GrayNespresso A+GCC1-US-BK-NE VertuoLine Evoluo Deluxe Coffee & Espresso Maker with Aeroccino Plus Milk Frother, Black
FeatureSimple and convenient 1 button operaton
Fast heat up time: 15-20 sec
Descaling alert
Automatic OFF mode after 9 min of non-use
Different cup sizes
Includes Aeroccino Plus milk frother: rapid one touch preparation of hot or cold milk froth. Items sold separately valued at $348
New revolutionary Centrifusion technology to gently brew both Coffee and Espresso with one touch of a button
Capsule recognition and code reading technology for blend-specific parametric brewing. Two capsule sizes, large for Coffee and small for Espresso
Easy insertion and ejection of capsules. For use with Nespresso VertuoLine capsules only. Not compatible with Nespresso Original Line capsules
Removable used capsule container holds 17 used capsules. Automatic off mode after 9 minutes of inactivity. Removable 54 oz. water tank
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The similarity between all Vertuoline machines is:

  • They all use VertuoLine capsules (coffee or espresso) exclusively. Other OrignialLine capsules by Nespresso will NOT work with these machines.
  • They use Nespresso’s Centrifusion technology. Unlike other machines that use a pump to force water through capsules to produce the coffee, Centrifusion spins the capsules rapidly while mixing it with water to extract the coffee. When you start the brewing process, you’ll notice is sounds kind of like a fan is spinning. Yet, it is still much quieter than other coffee and espresso machines.

The differences between these models are mainly in the design:

  • The VertuoPlus has the biggest design difference with its moving water reservoir. You can set it up in a way that fits your counter top without any issues. Rotate it to the right side, left side or keep it in the back. As of this time of writing this post, only the VertuoPlus has this design feature.
  • Another thing that only the VertuoPlus has (as of now) is the motorized head. You might think this isn’t an important thing, but it really makes a huge difference since you’ll be closing and opening this part of the machine multiple times on a daily basis. Without automating this part, there are chances of breaking it by slamming it down or flipping it up too hard. But when it closes down slowly, on its own, there’s less force on it and less chances of it breaking.
  • Other differences has to do with the water reservoir capacity: With the VertuoPlus and Evoluo, both have 40 oz water reservoir. The Deluxe version of the VertuoPlus has 60 oz capacity but the Deluxe version of the Evoluo has a 56 oz capacity.

What About the first-gen VertuoLine?

We don’t recommend the first VerutoLine over the newer Evoluo or VertuoPlus for one reason. That original model has a design flaw that produced a coffee that is not hot enough. Since then, Nespresso released the Evoluo and VertuoPlus with a fix that makes hotter coffee than the VertuoLine. It is an outdated model for sure and it’s not worth it to buy.

How To Make a Cappuccino or Latte Using VertuoPlus?

If you happened to enjoy milk based coffee drinks like Cappuccino or Latte, we highly recommend that you get your VertuoPlus in a bundle that includes a milk frother. On its own, the VertuoPlus does not have a built-in milk frother so it only brews coffee or espresso, the base of those delicious coffee drinks. By getting a bundle, you get your VertuoPlus with an Aeroccino electric milk frother. This frother automatically heats up and froths milk with a touch of a button, and can create cold froth, too. If you don’t like Nespresso’s milk frother, you can always get one from another brand. See our recommendations here.

Click here to see this VertuoPlus bundle, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Should You Upgrade To The VertuoPlus?

  • If this is going to be your first Nespresso Vertuoline machine, then yes, absolutely! VertuoPlus is definitely worth it and you’ll enjoy having it.
  • If you’re currently an owner of a Nespresso Evoluo, then we don’t see a reason for an upgrade. The VertuoPlus and Evoluo offer the same performance and the difference between them is only aesthetic.
  • If you’re a VertuoLine machine owner, and you’re not happy about the temperature of the coffee your machine is producing (but you’re satisfied with the taste and quality), you should consider an upgrade as the new models fix this issue while offering you the same great coffee.

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We’ve talked about the release of the most versatile single-serve from Nespresso and Breville, the Creatista Plus. This exciting release from two powerhouses in espresso machines offers a lot for the home user, without the hard work and complications that other espresso machines come with.

The Breville Nespresso Creatista PLUS comes packed with a lot of great features:

  • Personalized barista-style drinks with a touch of a button.
  • Designed to work with Nespresso OriginalLine espresso capsules.
  • Select from 8 programmed coffee drinks like espresso, Cappuccino, Latte, Flat White and more.
  • Adjustable milk temperature.
  • Automatic milk frother creates professional coffee-house micro-foam froth that allows you to create latte art.
  • Self-cleaning frothing wand.
  • Color display screen allows you to easily program and control your Creatista PLUS machine.

Click here to learn more about the Nespresso Creatista Plus, read the customer reviews and buy it.

What Is The Difference Between the Creatista and Creatista PLUS?

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TitleNespresso Creatista Plus by Breville BNE800BSS , SilverBreville Nespresso Creatista Espresso Maker, Champagne
FeatureNespresso Creatista Plus by Breville
Nespresso Creatista enables you to easily create authentic top-quality Latte Art coffees at home, thanks to Nespresso's convenience and coffee expertise, combined with Breville's micro foam milk frothing technology
Multiple beverage selections (ristretto, espresso, lungo, latte, cappuccino, flat white, latte macchiato) with adjustable settings (coffee volume, milk temperature and milk texture) with 3 second heat up time
TFT LCD display: an easy and guided assistance on all preparation, setting and maintenance (cleaning, descaling etc) aspects, thanks to a high resolution display
Auto-frothing with 8 texture levels and 11 different milk temperature settings. An enhanced coffee and milk experience and the possibility to easily create an authentic top-quality latte art coffee thanks to an innovative, automatic and expert steam pipe capable of: adjustable milk temperature (11 settings, 55-76°C / 133-169°F), adjustable froth quality (8 texture levels), temperature sensing, and fast/self-cleaning. Steam wand automatically purges after each use.
Water Tank Capacity: 1.5L Removable tank and voltage is 110 to 120 Volts
2 year warranty & includes Stainless Steel Milk Jug
19 bars of pressure
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This beautiful Nespresso and Breville collaboration comes in two models: The Creatista and Creatista PLUS. But what’s the difference between these two?

The Creatista PLUS packs more features and customization options that the Creatisa. Also, there’s a small design difference. Let’s talk about this in details…

Design:

  • The Creatista Plus has a full stainless steel body.
  • The Creatista has stainless steel front panel with colored sides.

Heat-Up Time:

  • Creatista Plus has a 3 second heat-up time.
  • Creatista has 10 second heat-up time.

Milk Temperature Settings:

  • The Creatista Plus has a great range of 11 milk temperature settings to select from.
  • With the Creatista, you can choose from only 3 milk temperature settings.

Auto-Frothing:

  • Creatista Plus and Creatista both have 4 textures of milk frothing.

Coffee Recipes:

  • Both models can prepare different coffee drinks automatically: Ristretto, Espresso, Lungo, Cappuccino, Cafe Latte, Flat White, Latte Macchiato.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso Creatista, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Nespresso Creatista vs. Creatista Uno, What’s The Difference?

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TitleBreville Nespresso Creatista Espresso Maker, BlackBreville BNE500BKS1BUS1 Nespresso Creatista Uno Single Serve Espresso Machine, 12.2x6.7x16.1 (HxWxD), Black
FeatureNespresso Creatista enables you to easily create authentic top-quality Latte Art coffees at home, thanks to Nespresso's convenience and coffee expertise, combined with Breville's micro foam milk frothing technology
Multiple beverage selections (ristretto, espresso, lungo, latte, cappuccino, flat white, latte macchiato) with adjustable settings (coffee volume, milk temperature and milk texture) with 3 second heat up time
TFT LCD display: an easy and guided assistance on all preparation, setting and maintenance (cleaning, descaling etc) aspects, thanks to a high resolution display
Auto-frothing with 8 texture levels and 11 different milk temperature settings. An enhanced coffee and milk experience and the possibility to easily create an authentic top-quality latte art coffee thanks to an innovative, automatic and expert steam pipe capable of: adjustable milk temperature (11 settings, 55-76°C / 133-169°F), adjustable froth quality (8 texture levels), temperature sensing, and fast/self-cleaning. Steam wand automatically purges after each use.
Water Tank Capacity: 1.5L Removable tank
2 year warranty & includes Stainless Steel Milk Jug
19 bars of pressure
The Breville Nespresso Creatista enables you to easily create authentic top-quality Latte Art coffees at home, thanks to Nespresso's convenience and coffee expertise, combined with Breville's micro foam milk frothing technology.
Multiple beverage selections (ristretto, espresso, lungo, latte, cappuccino, flat white, latte macchiato) with adjustable settings (coffee volume, milk temperature and milk texture) with 10 second heat up time
Auto-frothing with 3 texture levels and 3 different milk temperature settings. An enhanced coffee and milk experience and the possibility to easily create an authentic top-quality latte art coffee thanks to an innovative, automatic and expert steam pipe capable of: adjustable milk temperature, adjustable froth quality, temperature sensing, and fast/self-cleaning. Steam wand automatically purges after each use.
19 bars of pressure
Water Tank Capacity: 1.5L / 50 oz. removable tank. For use with Nespresso coffee capsules
2 year warranty & includes Stainless Steel Milk Jug
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Creatista UNO is another addition to Breville’s and Nespresso’ line of Creatista machines. It is more comparable to the Creatista model than Creatista Plus, so how are they different?

Creatista Uno has the same automatic milk texturing feature that both the Creatista and Creatista Plus have. But there’s one big difference:

  • The Uno model does NOT have the colored display to program your settings. Instead, you use buttons. Press the buttons multiple times to program your settings.
  • Uno has 3 levels of milk texture and 3 levels of milk temperature.
  • It also has 3 programmable buttons for ristretto, espresso and lungo.

It’s a great option if you want to get the same quality of drinks, but for less price. The only thing you’re giving up here is the convenience of the colored display.

Click here to learn more about Nespresso Creatista Uno, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Nespresso Creatista Plus vs. Lattissima Pro, What’s The Difference?

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TitleNespresso Creatista Plus by Breville BNE800BSS , SilverDe'Longhi America EN750MB Nespresso Lattissima Pro Machine
FeatureNespresso Creatista Plus by Breville
Patented De'Longhi automatic cappuccino Latte Crema System
Patented Nespresso capsule system
Sensor touch display
Premium finishes and Italian design
Choose among 6 pre-programmed drinks (ristretto, espresso, lungo, cappuccino, latte, hot milk and hot water function for tea
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The Lattissima Pro is another Nespresso collaboration, but in this case with DeLonghi. The Lattissima Pro has some similarities to the Creatista Plus, but it isn’t nearly as powerful and versatile as the Creatisa.

Frothing:

  • The Lattissima Pro has a detachable automatic milk frother. The machine will froth the milk using a whisk, pour it into the cup and brew the coffee, all automatically. The texture of the milk frothed in the Lattissima Pro doesn’t work for latte art.
  • The Creatista Plus has automatic frothing wand that uses steam to froth milk. Like a professional espresso machine, this frothing wand (with the help of the sensor at the bottom of the jug) will create the perfect froth with micro-foam, with your selected texture and temperature. Then, you’ll pour the milk into the brewed coffee, and you can even get creative and create latte art.

Customization:

  • In the Latttisima Pro allows you to customize the volume of your coffee in the 6 pre-programmed drink settings.
  • Creatista Plus has milk temperature settings, milk froth texture settings and volume customization.

Control Panel:

  • Lattissima Pro has an LED touchscreen.
  • The Creatista Plus has a colored display that can be controlled with a rotating selector.

Click here to learn more about the Lattissima Pro, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Video Reviews:

Unboxing and Review of the Nespresso Creatista Plus:

How To Do Latte Art with Nespresso Creatista Plus:

How To Use Nespresso Creatista Uno:

 
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