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3 September, 2012


So, I bought a new coffee machine, even though my current Nespresso coffee machine still works well, and I still love it (and use it everyday). Who says that I can only buy a new coffee machine when current one breaks down? Unlike our good friend Don who lives in picturesque Quincy near beautiful Boston, I carefully decide before I buy things. In other words, I also patiently waited for a good bargain before I shop.

Here's the new machine, my third Nespresso coffee machine:
Nespresso Pixie

(as usual, more photos follow...)

I still use my Nespresso Lattissima (bought in mid 2008). It's a beautiful machine, still works very well. Just that I need another Nespresso machine.

So, I choose a compact Nespresso.
Recently, Nespresso came out with a new machine called U. Although Nespresso U is cheaper by $100 in RRP, I decided to get the Pixie for compactness and portability reasons.

Nespresso Pixie and Aeroccino 3

I am sure Rev. Dr. Wu Yi would be happy with this: One key feature about this new Nespresso Pixie is that the machine heats up very fast. A whole lot faster and hotter than my current Nespresso Lattissima. I decided to measure the temperature of the coffee. I pressed Lungo button right after the machines indicate they are ready. Pixie gives almost 20°C hotter coffee than Lattissima (when just switched on from cold).

To get suitable coffee temperature (but not burning) on Lattissima, I usually leave the machine on for about 30 minutes, and leave the milk out for similar time. With Pixie, I don't need to wait that long.

Nespresso Pixie

One small disadvantage on Pixie is that I don't have a milk compartment like Lattissima. I would need to use the Nespresso Aeroccino 3 for heating and frothing milk. Not a big deal, but I need to rinse the milk Aeroccino after each use. Therefore, I will continue to use my Nespresso Lattissima (until I got the new Lattissima+, I guess)

Unlike Don, drinking Nespresso coffee is certainly much cheaper than buying Mountain Dews.

Rev. Dr. Wu Yi, I know you love my Nespresso coffee.

related blog entries:
Nespresso Recycling Bin (12 January, 2011)
Ritual Espresso spoons (27 October, 2010)
Citiz Wall, a small accessory (8 October, 2010)
Nespresso Recipe Set (Small) (10 January, 2010)
Nespresso Recipe Set (Large) (5 January, 2010)
Nespresso Variations 2009 (31 December, 2009)
Nespresso is now at Bondi Junction (12 November, 2009)
Nespresso capsules (5 August, 2009)
5 new Nespresso blends (15 May, 2009)
presenting Aeroccino (plus); I miss my Nespresso (14 January, 2009)
The Nespresso Cube (21 August, 2008)
Nespresso Lattissima (17 June, 2008)
everybody loves coffee (15 June, 2008)
coffee and milk (20 January, 2007)

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Posted by Antony on 3 September 2012 9:26 AM | coffee and food

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Long time dead I guess Antony, so go ahead and worship at the altar of commerce. I just don't see the point with Nespresso machines, trapped in the cycle of having to buy their expensive capsules. I make my coffee by hand and select the brand and type that I like at any given time.
Posted by Rev.Dr.Wu Yi on 3 September 2012 11:50 AM.
Nespresso capsules aren't that expensive (less than 70 cents each). Just like electricity (only few cents for one kilo-watt-hour). Nespresso capsules are definitely much cheaper than drinking coffee outside.
Posted by Antony on 3 September 2012 1:02 PM.
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