Summary: I've been the owner of a Nespresso LeCube for several years now, which I use at home, along with a Nespresso Citiz and Aeroccino Plus for the office. Both have worked great with absolutely zero issues so far, so I certainly didn't *need* a new Nespresso, but I was attracted to the simplicity of the Lattissima Plus with the automatic frothing. Very Quick Frother Simply fill the milk frother up and press the Latte or Cappuccino button to create your desired drink.
Summary: I am a successful café' owner for twenty years now and I will tell you this makes a decent cup of espresso. While I will tell you pod machines will never out do freshness of grinding and brewing your own quality coffee, this comes close. If you are not a watered down, frugal K Kup user; this machine is for you. You can make Cap/Late' with very creamy foam! You can make a decent espresso timed to the pour of your liking!
Nespresso's best machine ever reinvents in-home Cappuccino
Michael Fortson, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Nespresso has long been known for their espresso makers, especially in Europe (where you see them everywhere). They've had separate gadgets for making milk-based drinks like cappuccino and lattes, too, and for the last couple of years we've owned one of those coffee-making duos, the Nespresso Citiz and Aeroccino Plus. They were big hits at home, especially when guests visited. So after seeing their new combo unit, the Latissima+, we had to give that a try.
Summary: Being lazy and on a budget we've been using Keurig for a few years for morning coffee, and a simple Makineta on the weekends for a real espresso taste. The Keurig is not really coffee, but it is fast and easy. The Makineta produces exceptional espresso, but it is hard to setup and clean, only creates two shots at one cycle and you have to froth the milk separately.
Upgrade from the first batch of Nespresso machines
Christian Arathos, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I've been using the old Nespresso C101 with the Aeroccino Milk Frother. It is a great machine, and there is no question that the Nespresso capsules are the closest thing to great coffee you can get from an pod-type machine. However, my main issues were that it took so long to clean the milk frother. If you didn't clean it thoroughly, the milk would bake on the bottom and lead to pretty bad cappuccinos the next time around.
Best Expresso Machine I ever used! Best coffee I've ever tasted!
Steven M. Frankel, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: The Lattisima Plus Nespresso Capsule machine produces the best expresso and "lungos" (large lattes) I've ever tasted. Further the machine is fool-proof and even cleans itself. At $399 it's a screaming bargain, and both Amazon and the major kitchen stores such as Sur La Table have it at that price throughout this Christmas season. Don't even THINK about getting some other machine!!!
Summary: It's an amazing machine! I love everything about it and I am so happy I found it on eBay . It is also very easy to make the latte. It's a pretty color and very compact . Everyone who comes over loves to have a latte .
Summary: Although this coffee maker has rave reviews, I find the coffee too weak for my liking. I also prefer a fuller cup of coffee with less foam. I love cappuccino & espresso & this machine looked & sounded like a perfect item for me. I do know that it is my opinion & the machine does what it's supposed to. I personally like the old fashioned cappuccino/espresso maker much, much better. I get to make it the way I like it even though it requires more work I think it's worth it.