Excerpt: As I’m sure you are aware, coffee is available almost everywhere these days. With it being sold in supermarkets, on the streets, in cafe’s and other places such as airports, you may be wondering why you would pay a premium so that you can make more in your own …
Summary: This little machine, and its milk frother sidekick could put Starbucks out of business! I have had the best lattes & cappuccinos that I have ever consumed, since owning these. I seriously have not visited a coffee shop since I bought them, so they're pretty close to paying for themselves already. It couldn't be easier, or much quicker, to brew a first class espresso, and maybe add the perfect amount of milk and/or froth, to create the perfect cup of coffee.
Summary: I recently moved. My previous roommate had the Nespresso C100 and got me hooked, so I bought one myself. Another recommendation I will give is for the milk frother he had which made better milk froth than I've had at most coffee shops, the "Froth Au Lait Gourmet". I don't go to Starbucks anymore and save lots of $$.
Summary: I love it. It's so easy to use. The coffee is so good. The aeroccino part of it is really awesome too. It makes hot & cold milk and even has an attachment to froth the milk. Good bye starbucks!
Summary: Pros: Very quick and easy to make an espresso, and clean the machine. Takes up very little counter space. Won't break easily like all the other espresso machines. Very reasonable price at around $200. Cons: Must buy Nespresso pods. Can't experiment with espressos (other than by buying different flavors). In other words, one flavor of espresso will taste the same every time.