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post #271 of 890
I checked out that machine at Williams Sonoma today that I linked above.



It was ok, but I think I fell in love with this one:


just gotta find a good price on one. they're around $700. but i like the milk frother and the adjustable options on everything.
post #272 of 890
Just get a regular Citiz. Please.
If you want adjustable, go with a real espresso machinee. You're up to a good start with 700$.
post #273 of 890
yeah, i'm deciding between the two, the Citiz just looks ugly to me. i've ruled out that other one with the removable milk compartment, going to go with the nespresso frother.
post #274 of 890
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thanks, sadly out of stock,
but to clarify programmable just means you "hold button to pass more water" if so LMAO
btw which machine do you have?

Hold the button to pass more water to desired level one time and in the future that will be the standard water level til you adjust or reset.
post #275 of 890
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That's a crazy good price.

they're discontinuing that model and introducing the redesigned Delongi model.
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I really wish the Lungos were better. They are just kind of bland. I think I might try them again. I'll probably be disappointed. You know, like candy corn.

they all suck
post #276 of 890
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they all suck
Far too few coffee in there.

@xericx: The DeLonghi citiz looks nice, imo.
post #277 of 890
Still loving my Citiz. Roma my favourite capsule. Five different dinner party guests over the past year have purchased one after coffee here.

Our boutique pales compare to Madison Ave, but I use the iPhone app for everything. Quick service.

Not sure what Nespresso Canada was thinking with their Crate and Barrel and Williams Sonoma reps. Two girls I saw looked like bag ladies with accompanying scowls.
post #278 of 890
YEAY... havent had a chance to set up yet
post #279 of 890
I need one of these machines.
post #280 of 890
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YEAY... havent had a chance to set up yet

Nice! Where did you end up buying it? Let us know what you think of it after you try a few caps and get it running

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I need one of these machines.

I'm available for personal consultations for a marginal fee.
post #281 of 890
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Nice! Where did you end up buying it? Let us know what you think of it after you try a few caps and get it running

my wife bought it off amazon and i already tried a lot of the caps (my foks have the same one), i havent had a chance to get it up and running, lots of work/bday stuff went on
post #282 of 890
sweet. hope it works out the way you expect.

those in the market for a new machine should jump on this if they prefer Bloomies over Bed Bath:

http://slickdeals.net/f/5439916-Nespresso-CitiZ-Milk-249-99-tax-with-Free-shipping-at-Bloomingdale-s

Its actually $240 + tax.
post #283 of 890
So, I love espresso, but never wanted to spend the time and money getting set-up with a real machine, grinder, etc. I have decided I want to try a nespresso machine.

I do have a few questions im hoping you guys can help with.

Is the Citiz the model to go with for a first machine, or should I get one with the frother?

How is the nespresso taste wise?

Is there any other makers of the capsules that will work with the nespresso machine?

Is nespresso the best single serving espresso machine?


Thanks in advance!
post #284 of 890
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Hold the button to pass more water to desired level one time and in the future that will be the standard water level til you adjust or reset.

thanks dude,

anyone recommend good water levels for a single shot and a longo
post #285 of 890
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Originally Posted by mikeman View Post

So, I love espresso, but never wanted to spend the time and money getting set-up with a real machine, grinder, etc. I have decided I want to try a nespresso machine.
I do have a few questions im hoping you guys can help with.
Is the Citiz the model to go with for a first machine, or should I get one with the frother?
How is the nespresso taste wise?
Is there any other makers of the capsules that will work with the nespresso machine?
Is nespresso the best single serving espresso machine?
Thanks in advance!

1. Citiz is good, citiz with frother is better, but there are other options some cheaper some more expensive, i recommend stopping by a store that sells them and trying some out
2. i think it tastes great
3. there are some 3rd party that you can load yourself but nespresso has a lot of options so its pointless
4. different strokes for different folks

anyone give me thoughts on the strongest and least acidic capsule? i am currently drinking Arpeggio
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