Nespresso launches Lattissima+ coffee maker

October 4th, 2011

Coffee Machine Accessories Company News

Here at Appliances Online, we understand coffee and what it means to people. Not merely a quick source of caffeine – a good coffee can really make your day. And as for bad coffee, well, let’s not even go there!

The good news is that De’Longhi (in conjunction with Nespresso) has just launched a new range of coffee machines called Lattissima+. These colourful new machines were launched in a lavish event held at Café Sydney, where intriguing culinary concoctions such as ‘venison carpaccio with Nespresso jelly’ and ‘Nespresso salted wagyu tenderloin’ were served to a roomful of lucky guests.

While Nespresso machines are already highly regarded for the quality of their espresso (so good that the brand is famously endorsed by Hollywood star George Clooney), the Lattissima+ also delivers perfectly frothed milk at the touch of a button.

Australians love milky coffees like lattes and cappuccinos, and they also prefer their coffee a little hotter – at around 60°C. The Lattissima+ delivers deliciously warm, creamy frothed milk together with fuss-free espresso coffee – simply insert the Nespresso ‘pod’, select your desired beverage, and Bob’s your uncle.

Better yet, the De’Longhi Lattissima+ is also very reasonably priced – available at Appliances Online for well under $600. And they have been well received by customers, described as ‘quick and easy to use’, and the coffee as ‘beautiful’.

Available in passion red, ice silver, silky white, and midnight blue, a Nespresso Lattissima+ will brighten your kitchen – not to mention your mood!

But unfortunately no, George Clooney does not come included with the Lattissima+. Hopefully next model…

Louise is a writer with a passion for appliances, especially those that involve food. She is particularly fond of ovens because they enable her to make cake. Apart from baking Louise also enjoys listening to alternative music, dying her hair various unnatural colours and writing poetry that has been described (by her Nan) as 'quite nice'. On her appliance wish list is a Hello Kitty toaster and 'Hero' the barking dog-shaped hot dog maker. She lives in Sydney. Google+

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