Summary: I just got this machine, and I cannot for the life of me make a hot drink with it. I have no issue with foam, it's just that the machine really excels at blowing a stream of cold milk into my cup during each and every use. Not really my idea of a latte.
Summary: It was a gift for each other and we love the ease of it. We enjoy having a cup of cappuccino every evening. Bought new cups also! This product is well worth the price. This machine is very well made.
Summary: The only downside is the fact that the capsules are not available in stores. I have been trying to place an order on line but it keeps failing. When I try calling, it's impossible to get through. I hope this is only due to the holidays.
Summary: The selection type is basically - one type. Either big or small cup, either with the milk or without the milk. What was the most disappointed is that the coffee is not hot, it's rather warm or with milk lukewarm, but not hot at all.
Summary: Quite frankly I am perplexed and not sure if I like the Latissima Plus or not. First the positives. First, the process is fully automated, though it helps to follow the instructions as per manual to avoid initial frustrations. The entire process is simple.
Upgrade from the first batch of Nespresso machines
Christian Arathos, Amazon
23 December 2012
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.
Nespresso's best machine ever reinvents in-home Cappuccino
Michael Fortson, Amazon
23 December 2012
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...
Summary: I was born and raised in the Netherlands. As many a former colonial power, coffee is the mother milk of this nation, drunk with either condensed or steamed milk. For years I could content myself in the United states with the Phillips Senseo/Douwe Egberts Senseo pads.
Summary: We would consider ourselves coffee snobs and were very skeptical about anything being that much better than our current coffee - LaVazza Cream Gusto. The Nespresso coffee is great and the machine is awesome. Touch of a button for everything.