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Jura, makers of automatic domestic and commercial coffee makers, have released JURA live. It is a web-enabled way to talk to a real person about
There’s a new coffee machine in town, and it actually has the potential to cut down on the business your regular barista gets from you. Even from a brief hands on, it’s just that good.
Forget reminding yourself to ever have a cup of coffee again, because the latest Nespresso gadget will make that cup when you tell it to using only your phone (and a coffee pod).
There’s a good chance you like a cup of coffee in the morning, and if you’re anything like me, you like it several times a day, but what if you like it in more than just espresso? KitchenAid will have three solutions.
Coffee pod makers aren’t always created equal, something our reviews tend to indicate, but Aldi is looking to improving its own system, and has even grabbed a coffee making champion to make it happen.
Nespresso’s encapsulated coffee machines have never been about the properly premium finish, but in a new machine built by Kitchenaid, it’s all about the old fashioned charm.
Aussies love their coffee, but we also like it to be easy, and so we’re big buyers of the capsule machines out there. But if neither Nespresso or Lavazza work for you, what then?
Nespresso’s brand of instant espresso sure does attract a lot of attention, but if you’re after more than an espresso — say something with milk in it — you have to do it yourself, pouring the milk separately. Unless you eye the Lattissima range, and that’s one model Nespresso is giving the gift of touch.
If you’ve ever lived in a home with a small kitchen, a larger space to prep your food is pretty much the first thing on your new home wish list, but if you’re stuck where you are and reaching for more bench space, Miele is trying to throw you a bone with a coffee machine that aims to be helpful and compact.
The encapsulated coffee market is growing, but there’s still plenty of room for traditional espresso machines, and the latest crop doesn’t need you to learn any skills at all.
Lavazza’s style of instant espresso has generally been focused on the budget market that were happy to add milk themselves and forgo the froth, but a new machine coming from the company could just bring textured coffee drinks to back to the kitchen for not too much cash.
Like many people, we’re big fans of the convenience that encapsulated coffee offers, but when we want to dart across the road for some real beans, our machines can’t help us. Fortunately, DeLonghi has a new appliance that solves both dilemmas.
The instant espresso thing we call “inspresso” is heating up, and not just because the beverage is hot. With Nespresso putting the pressure on with less expensive models, it’s time for Lavazza to fire a shot in return with the miniature Minu.
The few people sitting up in the International Space Station may well have the best view of all of us, but the one thing they don’t have is a fresh cup of coffee, and while you can just go to the kitchen or coffee shop to grab one, there are a few obstacles for space explorers to overcome.
Like most Australians, our love affair with coffee is a constant one, and partially thanks to the caffeine injection we just had, we’re buzzing about a new Nespresso machine DeLonghi has engineered.