The coffee pod pioneer that has revolutionised coffee drinking, Nespresso, has used city skylines to inspire a new machine range.
Coffee pod pioneer Nespresso has looked to the skylines of the world’s most loved cities to inspire the refreshed design of its iconic CitiZ machine range.
Since its launch in 2009, the CitiZ machine has been appreciated by premium coffee and design fans across the globe thanks to a simple interface, cool design and consistently reliable coffee extraction. Now, the machine model has been given a refreshed design with sleek, premium finishes that were inspired by iconic city landmarks.
Among the new design features is a new island base for the Aeroccino milk frother on the CitiZ&Milk model, which means that less kitchen worktop space is used, ideal for those with confined spaces or in city dwellings. Premium finishes and an updated capsule container design add to the machine updates.
The updated CitiZ design applies to the CitiZ&Milk which includes an integrated Aeroccino milk frother. Both are available in a range of colours to suit most kitchen settings:
• Cherry red
The updated design includes user-friendly features that coffee aficionados have come to expect:
• Two cup sizes: Espresso and Lungo – programmable with automatic flow stop
• Fast heat-up time (25 seconds)
• Automatic switch-off after 9 minutes
The newly designed Nespresso CitiZ&Milk machines will be available at Nespresso boutiques worldwide, through trade partners such as Boardmans, @home, YuppieChef, Hirsch’s and Dion Wired, and online at www.buynespresso.com, priced at R3 500.
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