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I am not a huge coffee drinker but I do like Nespresso once in awhile. While the Vertuoline is the way to go if you want there latest technology, I would pass for now. I prefer the Original line because the capsules are not patent so you can get alternatives from other providers. Sometimes the pods are as cheap as 25-35 cents a pod from other suppliers which is amazing. Yes not all of them are great but the majority of the pods from other sellers I tried are pretty good to at least me, an occasional coffee drinker. I still have some name brand pods for when guests want to try them

So while this is a great price the long term cost is too high for me, still cheaper than getting a Starbucks every morning though if you want to compare it to that.
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ya, to further explain why Nespresso is better using science/biochemistry (I was a UCBerkeley trained biochemist) & what converted me over to them:

1) regular coffee machines/pots & Keurigs have about ZERO pressure and even a FRENCH PRESS has only about 20 pounds of pressure ---

regular coffee pots & Keurigs are just drip machines but every Nespresso machine is professional strength with the same about 300 POUNDS of pressure found in European coffee shops/restaurants,
which
is 19 bars of pressure (19 bars = 275.57 lbs of pressure --I just round to the nearest hundred)

Note that different trade groups & coffee/espresso associations have different definitions/standards depending on country & trade group -but the standard is a mininum of 13 to 15 bars (about 217 lbs of pressure) of pressure for most groups

Independent lab tests show that having 200-300+ lbs of pressure squeezes 900+ more essential oils out of the coffee grounds, with each essential oil being a different flavor & different aroma so you're getting 900+ more flavors & aromas

Note that there are other GOOD espresso/coffee machines with 15-19 bars (200-300+) pounds of pressure MININUM also such as JURA & SAECO & they advertise that proudly.. if
they don't advertise at least 15-19 bars (200-300 lbs) of pressure, they have less & are hiding it

2) You know how when you cut an apple and it goes brown from oxidation when it's exposed to air/oxygen?

Most people don't realize that lab tests also show that coffee grinds go stale about 20 minutes after you grind them & thus expose them to air/oxygen --the coffee oils are that volatile & evaportate quickly

Nespresso is one of the few brands that grinds their beans in an OXYGEN-FREE chamber --like a vacuum chamber, all the air/oxygen is sucked out and replaced with INERT NITROGEN, thus no exposure to oxygen so no oxidation.

They are then hermetically sealed in airtight RECYCLABLE aluminum capsules with a BPA-FREE food-safety liner on the inside so the coffee doesn't contact any aluminum either

This is opposite of most brands that use plastic or paper (NEVER GET PAPER bags/pods because paper allow air/oxygen to pass thru so the coffee in ALL paper bags/pods ARE STALE)

3) Nespresso also gives a free 1 to 2 year free 5-star warranty.. if anything goes wrong, they will ship out a FREE loaner machine the NEXT DAY
&
free pre-paid UPS postage label & pay for free shipping BOTH WAYS for BOTH machines

4) You can make Americanos ('4 to 8 oz coffee cups) by customizing & doubling the amount of hot water or reprogramming the Nespresso machine to eject more hot water --every Nespresso machine can be reprogrammed to whatever size of water you want

5) I have the Latissama+ & Pro versions which have an attached & removable milk frother --it froths & steams your milk in 10 seconds
--then
STEAM-CLEANS & STERILIZES itself in 10 seconds so you don't even need to wash it & just put the milk container back in your refridgerator --you only wash the milk container about once a week (5 to 7 days)

6) You can buy REFILLABLE capsules for the Original Line machines --about $15-$20 on Amazon & Ebay --the stainless steel ones last longer than plastic refillables

7) As others noted, you can reuse your Vertuoline capsules by buying refillable caps for $15-$20 or make your own by using aluminum foil to refill & cover the tops side of the capsules

JUST REMEMBER TO USE YOUR COFFEE WITHIN 20 MINUTES OF GRINDING THEM unless you like the taste of stale coffee
--or get a Nespresso machine or Jura or Saeco that grinds your beans automatically & uses them WITHIN 20 MINUTES
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You should really give this machine a try. The creme is so good you don't even need something to froth the milk. We have the aerocino and basically never use it now. The Vertuoline is just that good.
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I am not a huge coffee drinker but I do like Nespresso once in awhile. While the Vertuoline is the way to go if you want there latest technology, I would pass for now. I prefer the Original line because the capsules are not patent so you can get alternatives from other providers. Sometimes the pods are as cheap as 25-35 cents a pod from other suppliers which is amazing. Yes not all of them are great but the majority of the pods from other sellers I tried are pretty good to at least me, an occasional coffee drinker. I still have some name brand pods for when guests want to try them

So while this is a great price the long term cost is too high for me, still cheaper than getting a Starbucks every morning though if you want to compare it to that.
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This is really the best homemade coffee. Note: cost of each capsule is about $1
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I like Keurig better.. also lots of better deals with the k cups
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We absolutely love this, and agree it is the best at home coffee and espresso maker. The pods are a bit pricey at around $1 a pod but worth it.

The Vertuoline was a huge improvement over the original which we also have, IMO. The original just made espresso, but now with the new Vertuoline you can also make coffee. The creme the Vertuoline produces is awesome.

Also, the coffee is very good. Yes you can go with the older pods and espresso maker BUT the coffee won't be nearly as good. It will pass muster for the occasional drinker but not for the majority. My family is filled with coffee snobs and they have ALL converted. We're IN for (another) one.
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I like Keurig better.. also lots of better deals with the k cups

You cant compare a Keurig to this, as this makes espresso type drinks as its primary function, which is different from a standard cup of coffee.

Some of these models can be used to make normal cups of coffee but not all of them.
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I am not a huge coffee drinker but I do like Nespresso once in awhile. While the Vertuoline is the way to go if you want there latest technology, I would pass for now. I prefer the Original line because the capsules are not patent so you can get alternatives from other providers. Sometimes the pods are as cheap as 25-35 cents a pod from other suppliers which is amazing. Yes not all of them are great but the majority of the pods from other sellers I tried are pretty good to at least me, an occasional coffee drinker. I still have some name brand pods for when guests want to try them

So while this is a great price the long term cost is too high for me, still cheaper than getting a Starbucks every morning though if you want to compare it to that.
I'm agree with you these pods are just too pricey. My friend talked me into this cause the Keurig was starting to lose it's flavor since some of the coffee wasn't as strong but it may be cause I was experimenting with different pods and never kept track of the good ones. bought this for $99 also but the pods over the past 8 months or so have definitely added up to much more than that and you can only get it from amazon or these fancy shopping stores like bloomingdales which i definitely feel out of place when i go through there. may have to try a different alternative
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How do you make milk froth with this machine? Saw a different machine with side compartment that can hold milk.
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I'm agree with you these pods are just too pricey. My friend talked me into this cause the Keurig was starting to lose it's flavor since some of the coffee wasn't as strong but it may be cause I was experimenting with different pods and never kept track of the good ones. bought this for $99 also but the pods over the past 8 months or so have definitely added up to much more than that and you can only get it from amazon or these fancy shopping stores like bloomingdales which i definitely feel out of place when i go through there. may have to try a different alternative
Yes that is why I prefer and went with the original line a year ago when I got my Mini on a amazon deal. Having the cheaper alternatives that are just as good if not close to the original for sometimes as much as 70% cheaper compared to the originals is a great option to keep costs under control.

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How do you make milk froth with this machine? Saw a different machine with side compartment that can hold milk.
With this machine you do not, you need a separate milk frother which you prepare the milk in, then you add it to your espresso.
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How do you make milk froth with this machine? Saw a different machine with side compartment that can hold milk.
This machine itself doesn't make milk froth. You're probably referring to the Arroccino which is a stand alone device for making hot/ cold milk froth for lattes and other specialty drinks.

https://www.nespresso.com/us/en/order/accessories/vertuo/milk-frother-aeroccino

The Aeroccino can be purchased as a bundle with the Nespresso brewer itself. I'm waiting for a bundle deal myself.
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How do you make milk froth with this machine? Saw a different machine with side compartment that can hold milk.
You should really give this machine a try. The creme is so good you don't even need something to froth the milk. We have the aerocino and basically never use it now. The Vertuoline is just that good.
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I use mycap to make my own capsules.
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SF Bay coffee from Costco every time .. after our first box nothing else is as consistently good ...
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I use mycap to make my own capsules.
Yep. I second this. Get it from Amazon. For reference: https://www.my-cap.com

Then make the deal even better my using paper filters from Aero Press which are compatible.

I'm using Peets French Roast from Costco. Lasted me like half a year.
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