The Inissia: just 4.7 inches wide by x 12.6 inches deep. Photo courtesy Nespresso.
So many of us these days can’t live without a great cup of coffee, often leaving our posts one or more times a day to obtain one.
The folks at Nespresso want you to have a great cup at your fingertips. They’ve created a new petite model, the Inissia: a single-serve coffee maker with a teeny footprint that fits in small spaces, from office desktops to dormitory rooms.
And it’s only $99!
Streamlined for maximum efficiency and simple to use, the small footprint (4.7 x 12.6 x 9 inches) weights a bit more than five pounds. The Inissia uses the same premium coffee capsules as the larger models. The water will be read in 25 seconds: an espresso (including the shorter ristretto and the taller lungo) or a full cup at the touch of a button.
You can make up to 9 espressos without having to refill the water tank.
A great gift for a college student or new member of the workforce, the Inissia is available in:
It can be bundled with Nespresso’s wonderful Aeroccino Plus milk frother for $149.
LARGER, WITH CREMA
Another Nespresso innovation this year is the Vertuoline. It handles the larger American-style mugs as well as espresso cups, and tops both with rich, luxurious crema.
Available in Black, Chrome and Red, the VertuoLine is priced at $299 and takes a new, flatter, rounder capsule than the original Nespresso machines.