Today I am writing about the prestigious Nespresso E350 Romeo Espresso Machine. This coffee machine is designed for the Nespresso capsule system. So what are the cool features of this machine, besides its beautiful design?
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If you recently bought a Nespresso capsule system machine, or looking to buy one, you will need a supply of capsules from day 1 if you want to use the machine. Nespresso has great online service. All you have to do is register online and you can start ordering capsules online. It usually take 2 days to arrive.
I wanted to tell you about this great looking Nespresso capsule system coffee maker from Delonghi – DeLonghi Lattissima EN660 / EN670 / EN680 / EN690. This coffee maker includes a built in internal milk frothing system and a programmable sequence mechanism to produce a great tasting cappuccino in just a press of a button!
Capsule systems for making coffee are a newer method than the traditional coffee handle machines, and are well fitted for home or small office uses. They offer a simpler, cleaner way for producing quality espresso and other coffee and tea beverages. Essentially, capsules which contain premeasured amount of sealed ground coffee are inserted in the compatible capsule system machines. The machines then pierce the top part of the capsule to allow the water to flow through. Following that, hot water is forced through the capsule with high pressure, extracting the beverage to the cup. Each capsule is used once and then disposed of.
This series of cubic shaped espresso machines, for the Nespresso capsules system has a variety of models: The Nespresso C180, D180, C185, D185 Le Cube. They are the same models as the European Krups and Magimix Le Cube’s. There is a slight design difference between the models, as you can see in the photos.
The Nespresso D290 espresso and coffee machine is a great looking coffee machine developed for the Nespresso capsule system. It is an entry level machine in the group of capsule machines that have built in milk frothing nozzles.
Nespresso’s entry level espresso machines are a series of beautifully designed machines. They are all designed for the Nespresso capsule system . Quite a few models came out and really it’s kind of hard to tell them apart, so you should pay attention to the small features that are different between some of the models. The relevant model are: Nespresso C90 GS and RS, Nespresso C100 GS and RS, Nespresso D90 GS and RS, and Nespresso D100 GS and RS.
The C series is equivalent to the European version designed by Krups (Krups xn2000). The D series is the European version designed Magimix (Magimix M100).
The Nespresso system is a popular capsule system developed by Nespresso. The aluminum capsules produced by Nespresso are filled with coffee grounds shortly after the beans are ground, and are then sealed. Nespresso promises a high quality flavor when they limit the expiration date of a Nespresso capsule to up to 9 months from the roasting stage.
The Caffitaly System (or Caffita System) is one of the capsule systems for brewing coffee beverages such as espresso, and other beverages as tea. In order to use capsules of the Caffitaly system one has to use the dedicated coffee machines designed for those capsules. The system was developed by the Italian company Gaggia. It is not marketed in the US as far as I know, and generally lacks in marketing compared to Nespresso, Dolce Gusto or Tassimo.
Gaggia is also a coffee machine making company, so naturally Gaggia machines, such as the Gaggia K111d home coffee maker are compatible with the system. However, other machine makers such as Saceo with their Saceo Office machine are also compatible.
One of the important aspects of a capsule system is the technology behind its capsules. With Caffitaly the core of the technology is the use of two small filters inside the capsules. Water is forced with pressure through the first filter allowing an even contact with the tightly packed 8 grams (or 0.28 ounces) of coffee grains. When it passes through the second filter, the coffee is extracted and exits as a full-bodied, dense espresso, blanked with a consistent, compact cream.
I put together for you a list of most of the Caffitaly compatible coffee machines. Unfortunately this capsule system isn’t marketed in the US as far as I know, but other great systems are the Nespresso capsule system and the Tassimo capsule system.
L’Amante Gaggia Caffitaly
Let the allure of AMANTE seduce you away from your usual Espresso. A distinctive aroma that will tantalize you every day, an attractive design composed of soft lines and fine details, an automatic capsule piercing and expulsion system that makes Espresso preparation a snap. Thanks to its pannarello, Amante fulfils also your desire for cappuccino, tea or infusion.
Baby Gaggia Caffitaly
Built with technologically innovative components, has an exclusive extraction system designed to use Caffitaly coffee capsules. It guarantees that you will always have a superb espresso. A high pressure pump extracts all the aromas from the coffee blend and gives the cream greater body.
Evolution Gaggia Caffitaly
Created with particular attention to design, follows sharp clean lines using high quality materials and exclusive finishings. A design which is highly focused, particularly on the user: the front water tank that is withdrawn from the side, the large space to hold cups, the easy-to-use, exclusive controls all make Espresso Evolution a choice of style and tradition.
K111d Gaggia Caffitaly
Take a break and let the unique aroma of your coffee made by K111-d guide you. Thanks to its dosing system it’s possible to choose from Espresso, coffee crema and long coffee, but in any case always an authentic Italian coffee.
K111 Gaggia Caffitaly
There has never been a simpler way to have a great Espresso. The new coffee machine K 111 is fitted with an innovative and practical capsule insertion system which ensures to prepare a cup of Espresso in a few seconds. Sober and elegant, K111 will ensure you a consistently high quality drinking experience everyday.