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Wacaco Company MPNS100 Minipresso NS, Compatible with Nespresso Brand Capsules
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Espresso on the go with Minipresso NS portable espresso maker by Wacaco
With a Minipresso NS, you can pour high quality espresso anywhere on the go. All you need are Nespresso brand compatible capsules and hot water. Insert a capsule, add water, hand pump and pour. Fast and simple, with no messy grinds to clean up.
Take your espresso on the road, way beyond the normal range. Whether you sleep in a tent, a hotel bed, or at home, Minipresso has you covered for your ritual morning cup. Forget the pot they call coffee in the office break room. Enjoy an espresso, or two, in the time it takes waiting in line at the coffee shop, at a fraction of the cost. Be your own barista.
The Minipresso does not heat water. You must add hot water from another source, such as a tea kettle.
Handheld, hand powered, designed to make espresso simple and straightforward
At under 1lb and 7" long, it fits in your carry on luggage, day bag, glove box, or desk drawer. Pull amazing shots on your schedule, waking up or when the craving just hits. I want a shot and I want it now!
0.8 LBS / 360 GRAMS
6.89 IN / 175 MM
- Average pressure
116 PSI / 8 BARS
- Water tank
2.35 OZ / 70ML
Minipresso with you for the whole trip. (Water canteen not included)
- Where do I get hot water? Tea kettle, insulated water bottle, microwave, or from a flight attendent, or fast food service window. The list goes long.
- Where do I get Nespresso capsules? They are available direct from Nespresso and other select sources. We recommend genuine Nespresso brand capsules for high quality results.
- What to do with my counter top espresso maker now? Good question
The real test is the espresso it pours.
8"x3"x3" cardboard packaging, no plastic shell, perfect for gift wrapping.
The taste review is yours to make.
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I was slightly skeptical, but I have made half a dozen espressos so far, and it is every bit as good as those I get from my Nespresso machine. Here are a couple of tips:
If you have trouble with grip, such as if you have arthritis, you will probably find it too hard to squeeze the pump. It takes about 20 or 30 pumps to get a full shot, and you need to do this twice, because you need to do it once with plain hot water to warm everything up.
Speaking of warming up, if you do not run boiling water through the machine once before making a shot, your espresso will be cold. I recommend heating up your cup as well.
If you have used a Nespresso machine, the pumping speed will be intuitive. Just pump fast enough to match the flow, and you will get the right brew time and a great shot.
Seattle coffee gear has a YouTube review if you want to see it in action before using it.
All in all, this is easily my new favorite travel coffee maker, and I will no longer be carrying a grinder, beans, and an Aeropress machine when I travel. Hooray!
I am attaching a photo just after making a shot, including a kitchen knife for scale.
As soon as I got this I had to try it out and compare it side by side with the nespresso machine. I did a quick wash of the minipresso and poured some hot water from
The nespresso mashine as it's quicker then boiling water. It took 20 seconds to fill the water, screw it on and add the Nespresso Capsule.
The race starts. Pressed the button on the nespresso and at the same time started pumping the Minipresso. It took about 10-11 pumps to fill a shot of espresso and finished a few seconds before the Nespresso machine.
Results: the Mjnimpresso held up to its name. It didn't make as much crèmà as I was hoping it would with useing two hands to pump, however I am still satisified.
-Extremely small (size of a 12 oz water bottle
-easy to use, set up.
-Cleaning was not bad.inwouod dona nice deep cleaning after 10 uses and clean out some left over coffee stuck in the nook and crannies.
-When taking the pods out donit over a sink or trash as it will leak some coffee and wil get over you.
-AIRPORT: I have pre check, and out of the 15 times I flew, they pulled me to the side 9 times to check it out and to open it all up. Not a big deal.
I just take it out now and put it separately and I do mention it to the TSA so they are aware of it, now I never get stoped. But when I do mention it they do think it's a pretty cool device. So if you get stopped. Don't give them a hard time! You can eaither ruien your day and get upset or walk away laughing and the next time you see them, they will Most likely remember you and ask how your coffee is.
I have used this:
On road trips
Sitting at the beach early morning/ late evenings
The reason I chose 4 stars over 5: there always seems to be a little leftover water in the water reservoir when finished (not a big deal as I just pour it into my cup) but I'd prefer all of the water to push through the grounds. Also, sometimes it requires a good deal of hand pressure to squeeze out the espresso. It's not consistently difficult to do but sometimes I notice it stiffer than other times. Overall a good product!
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