Does anyone have this coffee machine? I want something easy, quick and clean. And obviously nice coffee! Please let me know
Have tried this coffee or used the machine!
Thread: Nespresso Lattissima plus
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02-Aug-2012 10:20 PM
02-Aug-2012 10:40 PM
wa alaikum assalam
I had a Lattissima - we sold it and got a machine / grinder. It was good when we used it but the proper machines / grinders do make a better coffee. You should go to the nespresso store and try the coffee and see if you are happy with the quality. I'm not that fussy but DH is more fussier so we ended up with the grinder etc. But I can't make a proper coffee as I haven't learnt so always had to wait around for DH to make them. My few attemps were quite terrible. If you do learn though, the machines work out better witht eh grinder.Al-Hasan al-Basri said of hypocrisy: No one fears it but a believer, and no one feels safe from it but a hypocrite.
02-Aug-2012 10:41 PM
I don't know how the Lattissima Plus is but the one I had didn't heat up the milk enough for our tastes so I used to heat it up in the microwave first which is a bit annoying.Al-Hasan al-Basri said of hypocrisy: No one fears it but a believer, and no one feels safe from it but a hypocrite.
02-Aug-2012 10:54 PM
I wanted to buy it tomorrow lol but everyone's telling me to taste the coffee first so it will have to wait until after Ramadan! Which coffee machine do you have? My mum has some kind of gaggia with a grinder n loves it. I just can't be bothered steaming the milk how annoying
02-Aug-2012 10:56 PM
I need to work this out ASAP because I get about 2 coffees a day from Bella drive through!! Im so put off normal coffee when I make it.. But one of my friends makes really nice home coffee..
02-Aug-2012 11:42 PM
If you are fussy I would go try it first. I wasn't so I was quite happy with the quality and ease of doing it. The main plus to the lattissima is that you get a consistent taste unliek with a machine/grinder where it depends on the person doing it. My husband, sister in law and her husband all make good coffees on the machines at home. Personally I would go do an hour course and learn how to do it properly. The place where we buy nice coffee beans from - di bella in north melbourne - I saw something behind their counter that you can do a course with them for $50 or so for an hour and tehy show you how to make coffee on your own machine. I was planning to do that lol but baby got in the way.
The best starting up setup is the Sunbeam EM6910 and the EM480 grinder. www.coffeesnobs.com.au is a great place for info. There is also another brand whose name escapes me that was a little bit more expensive but if you had the $ that would be a good option too.Al-Hasan al-Basri said of hypocrisy: No one fears it but a believer, and no one feels safe from it but a hypocrite.