Nespresso CitiZ Espresso Machine Arrives for Review - First Impressions
Nespresso has never been short on design quality and the new Nespresso CitiZ line is a new line of slim machines that will certainly help the space starved city dwellers who still want an automatic espresso machine.
The CitiZ line is launching in the US soon, and should will be offering that Nespresso convenience of brewing high quality espresso from their line of over a dozen different varieties of espresso capsules.
The design isn't just for those who live in the city, but is also reminiscent of the city skyline when you consider that the narrow, tall skyscraper was an inspiration for the design. Shown here, it is much thinner than the Nespresso Essenza that I usually crank out my coffees from. Available in eight colors, the red one is striking against the chrome accents. Look for a full review soon.
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Posted by Scott Martin at March 16, 2009 8:26 AM
Thanks for writing in. I plan on putting up a review in a week or so. I can't say that I have found anything I don't like about the Citiz yet. The one thing that it has that I wish was on my Essenza is the automatic standby functionality to save power. So the Le Cube is excellent for storing cups, but I can't get over the slim form factor of the Citiz, and how little counter space it takes up.
The Citiz won't be available until the Fall, and the one I have is an advance unit; so you might just have to wait for a while to join the Nespresso Club! I think though it might just be worth the wait.