Nespresso + Breville Creatista Plus
Simply put, the new Creatista Plus is what happens when two of the most respected names in coffee-making appliances unite. With Nespresso's simple, recyclable pod process and Breville's sleek, stainless steel design, it's as easy to use as it is...
CH Gift Guide: Coffee Culture
We're coffee fanatics all year-round, but as winter approaches and the waning daylight makes it harder and harder to get out of bed, what could be better than giving the gift of the perfect pick-me-up? Suitable for bean enthusiasts and casual sippers...
For no-fuss espresso, Nespresso's straightforward operation and effortless cleanup make their machines the maker of choice for many homes and offices. The Swiss company recently made it even easier to get a fresh brew in just seconds with its Pixie...
Nespresso CitiZ: Hands-On Review
by Julie Wolfson For serious coffee fans without a lot of space, Nespresso's new CitiZ packs all of their first-rate-espresso-making punch into a machine with a footprint that's nearly half the size of their other models. Like the Latissima...
Nespresso Lattissima: Hands-On Review
width="165" /> The Lattissima marks a successful collaboration between Nespresso and the Italian household appliance company De'Longhi. The new home espresso machine is capable of combining the perfect brew that results from Nespressoâ...
Nespresso Romeo
width="150" /> Shakespeare's influence continues to impress me. Imagine Juliet (as a Nespresso pod of coffee) standing on her balcony, calling out to her beloved (coffee cup?). Such is the inspiration for the hip design of Nespresso's newest...