Nespresso Inissia Espresso Machine by De'Longhi with Aeroccino, Black
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- Nespresso Inissia by De'Longhi offers an impeccable barista-style coffee every time, thanks to it's simple one-touch operation and patented extraction system which delivers up to 19 bars of pressure
- In just one touch and 25 seconds, the water reaches the ideal temperature to make 9 coffees without having to refill the 24 oz tank
- Adjustable cup size with two programmable Espresso and Lungo buttons; An energy saving mode automatically switches off the machine after 9 minutes
- Includes the Aeroccino 3 that provides a smooth, finely textured hot or cold milk froth for your coffee recipes via an ultra simple and fast automatic system
- Each machine includes a welcome set with a range of Nespresso capsules with unique aroma profiles; Items sold seperately valued at $248; Desgined for use with Nespresso capsules
- Power rating (in watts)- 1260 Watt
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From the manufacturer
With a tiny footprint, compact, lightweight and equipped with an ergonomic handle, the Nespresso Inissia by De'Longhi coffee machine fits perfectly into any interior design and is available in Silver or Black.
Espresso and Lungo
There's virtually no waiting for the machine to warm up before you make your coffee selection. In just one touch and 25 seconds, the water reaches the ideal temperature to make up to 9 coffees without having to refill the 23.8 oz tank.
You can adjust the cup size with two programmable Espresso and Lungo buttons.
High Pressure Pump
Simple to use, the Nespresso Inissia by De'Longhi offers an impeccable barista-style coffee every time, thanks to its simple, one-touch operation and patented extraction system which delivers up to 19 bar pressure.
An energy saving mode automatically switches the machine off after 9 minutes. The folding drip tray accommodates larger cup sizes, and drops down automatically when you remove your mug to catch drips.
Each machine includes a welcome set with 16 capsules containing individual aromas. Try each Grand Cru to find your favorites.
Nespresso Capsule System
The Nespresso capsule system delivers exceptional taste and unique aromas thanks to the preparation of high-quality coffees in hermetically sealed and recyclable aluminium capsules for coffee enjoyment at the highest level.
The Nespresso Club
Order your Nespresso capsules through the Nespresso Club; online, by telephone (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) or in one of our Boutiques. Receive personalized advice and obtain technical support for your machine: whatever you are seeking, the Nespresso Club is with you every step of the way.
We also offer a capsule recycling service to all Club Members in the United States.
The Positive Cup
We believe that each cup of Nespresso has the potential to not only deliver a moment of pleasure but also restore, replenish and revive environmental and human resources. In effect, a cup of coffee that can create a greater value for society and the environment.
This is the Positive Cup vision and continues Nespresso's commitment to sustainability in coffee sourcing and consumption.
Nespresso Inissia by De'Longhi
With a tiny footprint, compact, lightweight and equipped with an ergonomic handle, the Nespresso Inissia is a smart little coffee machine to make your life easier.
-Nespresso Inissia machine by De'Longhi.
-Aeroccino 3 Frother.
-Welcome pack containing 16 Nespresso Grands Crus capsules.
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 4.6 x 12.6 x 9.1 in.
- Water Tank Capacity; 23.8oz.
- Container Capacity: 9-11 used capsules.
- Weight: 5.29 lb.
- Dimensions of the Box: (WxHxD): 8 x 12.9 x 20 in.
- Pump Pressure: 19 Bar.
- Cable Length: 2.6 ft.
- Cup Warmer: No.
- Removable Water Tank:Yes.
- Filter Included: No.
- Power Save Mode: Yes.
|Inissia by De'Longhi||Pixie by De'Longhi||CitiZ by De'Longhi|
|Pump Pressure||19 bar||19 bar||19 bar|
|Empty Water Tank Detection||✓|
|Fast 25" Heat Up||✓||✓||✓|
|Programmable One-Touch Buttons||Espresso & Lungo||Espresso & Lungo||Espresso & Lungo|
|Movable Drip Tray for Large Cups||Foldable Drip Tray||Foldable Drip Tray||Foldable Drip Tray|
|Energy Consumption Class||A||A-40%||A-40%|
|Automatic Power Off||✓||✓||✓|
|Water Tank Capacity||24 oz||24 oz||34 oz|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||4.7 x 9 x 12.6 in||4.4 x 9.3 x 12.8 in||5.1 x 10.9 x 14.6 in|
|Special Features||Lightest machine - Wide range of fashionable colors||Avant-garde design - Compact Size - Premium aluminum siding||Retro-modern design|
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|Item Weight||8.4 lbs||5.29 lbs||8.28 lbs||6.04 lbs||8.92 lbs||—|
With a tiny footprint, compact, lightweight and equipped with an ergonomic handle, the espresso inissia by De'Longhi Coffee machine is a smart little machine to make your life easier and fit perfectly into any interior design. Simple to use, it offers and impeccable barista-style Coffee every time, thanks to simple, one-touch operation and patented extraction system which delivers up to 19 bar pressure. A fast-heat up time means the water reaches the ideal temperature in just 25 seconds, while a folding drip tray for taller recipe glasses and an energy saving mode that automatically switches the machine off after 9 minutes make your life easier. Each machine includes a welcome set with 16 espresso capsules containing individual aromas. Nespresso inissia espresso machine by De'Longhi with aerocinno includes the Aeroccino 3. The Aeroccino 3 provides a smooth, finely textured hot or cold fresh milk froth in an ultra-simple and fast automatic system, in a few seconds, without noise or vibration. The simple operation works with a one-touch button and the Anti-stick coating ensure easy cleaning.
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[Original Inissia Review]
I own the Citiz for home use and bought the Inissia with coworkers to keep at work. Compared to the Citiz the Inissia is pretty comparable in quality and construction and is around $70 cheaper than the Citiz currently.
The Inissia is compact and well made. It is fairly easy to use and makes great espresso. The water heats up just as fast as the Citiz which so far has been about 25 seconds so you can get your coffee fix in the morning very fast.
I appreciate that the water reservoir detaches like the Citiz and unlike the Citiz, the lid on the water reservoir is a flip lid and attached to the container. Also, while the expended pod catch container isn't as flashly looking as the one on the Citiz, it is just as functional and considering it is all black, it doesnt show the coffee staining like the clear and light plastics of the Citiz.
The only issue I've really had with the Inissia is the dripping. I suggest leaving the drip tray down at all times unless you need to fit a larger cup during brewing. The Inissia can drip for a while after you're done brewing and when I had it setup at my desk, it randomly started dripping quite a bit of water hours after I had made a drink. It is an annoyance but not a big one considering the drip tray leads into a decently sized water catch reservoir of its own housed under the expended pod catch. It is very easy to remove and dispose of the excess water and expended pods.
For the price(~$99) I am satisfied with my purchase. Despite the dripping it makes a great cup of espresso and it makes it fast and easy. A 5 star espresso maker at this price point wouldn't have the dripping issue for me. , However, it cost about $.75 per shot compared to $2.00+ that you'll spend at a coffee shop. The machine will be used pretty frequently by many different people so I will update this review when it has had some wear and tear. For now, I can easily recommend this for the price and the good coffee it produces.
[UPDATE to original Inissia Review]
I wanted to update my review after having owned and regularly used the Inissia every day for over 6 months now. The machine has held up very well with continued use by many people daily and it consistently puts out my necessary morning cup of espresso.
[Aeroccino Plus Review]
The frother is weighty and feels durable and high quality. I really like the use of magnets to attach the mixer and I appreciate that two different mixers were included. One whisk is included for a lot of froth and a mixer for light froth to no froth.
The operation is very simple. You add milk to the fill line, put the lid on top, and press the button. After that it silently warms and froths the milk and in not a lot of time either. I don’t have experience with other frothers but this seems to do a good job while being fast and silent. It also is pretty easy to clean. I worry about some appliances because if they are difficult to clean, they won’t see as much use. I think due in part to the magnetic mixer part and the water proof construction, the frother is almost as easy to clean as a standard cup.
It works surprisingly well and considering you would pay around $60 for it by itself, this package seems to be a pretty good deal if you really want the milk frother. I have only used skim milk so far and I wasn’t really sure that it would be able to froth it well but it warmed and frothed the skim milk very well. Also I want to point out that while I haven’t tried using almond milk personally, I have seen videos online of people successfully using the two main varieties of almond milk and frothing them very well.
It is designed well, it is fairly easy to clean, and it works well. If you like cappuccino’s, latte’s, and macchiato’s, then the Nespresso Inissia combined with the Aeroccino Plus Frother is a great deal at around $115 and is easy to recommend.
Nespresso Inissia- my 1st experience with a Nespresso. The Inissia is a quality machine which you will see as soon as you open the box. Compact, solid and very slick and simple to operate. It came with a sampler pack of Nespresso coffees, which I had to start 'rating' from my 1st coffee so as to not lose track of what I liked. I have ordered another sampler pack (cheated by getting on ebay) so as to try the coffees again as a different brew, realizing that I needed to try them as espressos, lattes or cappuccinos. I now have a shortlist of roasts that suit my taste. The coffees are outstanding and I fully agree with other reviewers that you will have a hard time matching the quality with the few generic replacements available. I had many, many years of excellent coffee from the Flavia Fusion, but the coffee deteriorated when roasting was taken over by Alterra and although still good, I felt the need to find another coffee option. I found it with Nespresso. There are some reviews referencing special and free deals on their website when you purchase a Nespresso: well, it depends on how much you spend in the 1st place as the promo at this time is $100 credit for coffee if you spend $199 or more on the coffee maker. This might allow you to upgrade to another machine as a trade off for coffee, which could be good value for someone contemplating the price difference.You may want to check their website at the time of buying the machine, but the current offer of a sampler for $149 with free shipping, or the offer of a free pod holder with order of 150 pods, didn't quite work for me.Due to the cost, I'll order as needed and specifically for the coffees that I like.
The coffee maker comes with a very impressive hard cover folder which is where my only negative feedback comes from. The coffee guide is great, and I started making notes on each coffee pod used as I quickly discovered that they are unrecognizable once used as the name has been fully perforated and there are several similar colors. But my irritation was that the Welcome leaflet refers you to the Smart Start leaflet to start making your first cup of coffee. That basically tells you to make sure you've reviewed the user guide (My Machine); the picture blob instructions were borderline useless to convey what it was trying to explain, so I gave up and went online for clarity. If you've owned a Nespresso before, then you know what to do, otherwise head for their website (which when I looked, didn't have instructions/videos specific to the Inissia, but functions are similar if not the same as the Pixie, so you can figure it out from there). All makes sense now!
Aeroccino Plus Milk Frother- this is absolutely brilliant! It heats and froths while you are making your coffee and has 2 interchangeable whisks that you keep stored in the frother itself; one for latte and one for cappuccino. Serves hot or cold. Insert the desired whisk and fill to the maximum line for each version and you have almost instant, hot frothy milk.I start frothing the milk before starting my coffee, and they are usually done about the same time, maybe 40 seconds or so. One cup at a time, but it is so worth it. Easy rinse and ready for the next round! Bliss!!
Yes the coffees are expensive and their website still appears to be the best place to get them, but so far I believe the quality and coffees are well worth it.