January 20, 2007

Nespresso C100T Arrives for Review

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We're pretty excited to have the Nespresso C100T espresso and coffee maker in the SingleServeEspresso.com kitchens for testing and for a little fun too. The Nespresso system is based on these little capsules that seal various coffee blends inside, and make themselves ready for brewing at anytime. Like Pods and other capsule based systems, this can make pretty easy work out of making an excellent cup of coffee.

This stylish brewer packs a lot into its little frame:

  • 19 bar pump,
  • 1200 watt heating element,
  • a removable 34-ounce water reservoir, and
  • Measures 10 by 6-1/2 by 11-1/2 inches.


    The machine and capsules can make a standard espresso, or a 5-ounce lungo. It comes with 12 capsules.

    We've got a few blends in house and will be putting it through the paces to check it out from our Espresso point of view.

    More at Nespresso

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    Posted by Scott Martin at January 20, 2007 9:55 AM
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