The Nespresso range includes large work-horse coffee machines ideal for the workplace, and others compact and ergonomic ideal for placing outside of the kitchen. Some machines are suited more to those who adore their milk-based coffee, others designed to speedily deliver a delicious espresso or lungo drink.BROWSE RANGES FILTER BY FEATURES
Nespresso now produce different types of coffee pods – Nespresso VirtuoLine are the newcomers on the scene compared to Nespresso OriginalLine, which is what we would call the ‘original’ Nespresso capsules.
So what’s the difference between the two? Read our guide to find out…
A few years ago, Nespresso began experimenting with a completely different capsule design for their innovative coffee machines, and came up with a new style of machine and capsule that produced a different style of coffee: the Nespresso Vertuo range.
The Nespresso Vertuo machine has a narrow profile and looks sleek, especially in a black finish. VertuoLine machines spin the Nespresso coffee pods at speeds of about 7,000rpm, which result in a different flavour profile when coffee is extracted.
One of the biggest advantages of the Nespresso Vertuo coffee machine is the really rich crema that you get in your coffee cup. VertuoLine machines cater to larger mug sizes, so if that’s your thing then we’d recommend looking here.
The Pixie is an amazingly versatile coffee machine due to its size and simple but useful features. The lack of a container for milk or a milk frother may put some cappuccino enthusiasts off a little bit, but there is no mistaking that the Pixie is a great entry level machine for general purpose use.LEARN MORE
The Nespresso Expert coffee machine has several new great innovations under its sleeve, but the first thing you notice about this coffee machine is its looks. The sleek, minimalist style is designed to grace a tabletop while being able to be tucked away and still look incredibly elegant. Simply put, it’s beautiful!LEARN MORE
For someone who appreciates a good espresso over lots of different options for water sizes and milk, the Inissia might be a great choice. It is particularly suited for those who are looking to explore the Nespresso range for the first time, given how little space it takes up and how little it weighs.LEARN MORE
Nespresso have initially released 16 different types of coffee capsule to use with their home coffee machines. Differentiating between them can be somewhat confusing, let’s take a look at the different capsules that Nespresso has available for us to enjoy.NESPRESSO CAPSULE GUIDE
For those who not only love their coffee but love MAKING their coffee, we can see the Maestria machines fitting in perfectly. The biggest plus of the basic Maestria machine is the classic steam pipe attached to the front, allowing you to prepare your milk like a barista!LEARN MORE
Find your perfect coffee machine with our interactive machine chooser . If you’re a fan of milky coffee or super-fast espresso we have you covered. We’ve tested the latest machines from Krups, Magimix and DeLongh in the Pixie, CitiZ, Essenza, Lattissima+ and Maestria ranges.Compare Features