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A little bit more fancy than the Nescafe machines you’ll find in your local supermarket, the Circolo is the premium model in the range, bringing with it a bigger tank for less water refills per cup, heavier parts, and a design that can fit in with a more modern kitchen.
Already this year, we’ve heard the Breville will be joining Delonghi with its own coffee capsule machine. So what about Samsung?
There’s news going around that DeLonghi won’t be the only maker of the popular Nespresso machines this year, with Breville joining in manufacturing its own machines locally. Based on that, we think we may have found what could serve as the template for this new venture.
Cooking is cool, and with some of the latest appliances in your Santa Bag you’ll raise the kitchen fun quotient for all the folks on your gift list. We’re not talking fondue sets and corn forks here, but slick, on-trend gadgetry to complement today’s modern scullery and turn anyone into a food and beverage rockstar.
With summer on the way and a realisation that not everyone is into the whole coffee game, were giving it the iced tea thing a try and showing you how to make it with and without gadgets.
The first attempt by Woolworths to push into the growing coffee pod market, the Caffitaly takes a European machine and brings it into supermarkets for an inexpensive price, hitting below the $100 price tag that so few manufacturers have tried to reach.
Nespresso may have the edge on coffee pods and capsules – hardly surprising, since it practically defined and created the industry – but it’s not the only company making them, with an Australian brand trying its hand at making a pod range.
Across this great nation of ours, everything stopped at 3pm, as Aussies watched a bunch of horses run around a track. If you did well, you might have suddenly come into some money, so here are some ideas for things to buy.
Coffee machines are big right now, so big that Nestle – which owns Nespresso – is now competing against machines from Woolworths, Kmart, Kogan, and others. The Nespresso machine is primarily geared at espresso-style coffee, but some people want more, with chai, tea, and hot chocolate. With that in mind, Nestle is bringing its European Dolce Gusto system to Australia.
We’ll admit it: we love our Nespresso pod machine, but while the coffee variety Nespresso puts out is pretty decent, we’re still sticklers for the lovely cuppa our local can provide across the road. So we wondered, just what would we have to do to throw that coffee into coffee pods?