If you are looking to dip a toe into the Nespresso capsule coffee system, there might be no best machine than the Nespresso 11360 Inissia Coffee Machine.
It is incredibly compact and lightweight at just 2.4kg and has plenty of features for an entry-level machine.
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Upgrading to Nespresso 11360 Inissia Coffee Machine means it comes with standalone Aeroccino3 milk forther.
This expands the machine’s limited repertoire – espresso and Lungo – to include milky drinks such as lattes and cappuccinos.
The Nespresso of twenty-two grand crus, plus limited edition and compatible capsules from 3rd party brands, provides a huge collection of coffee – and to get you started, the Nespresso 11360 Inissia Coffee Machine comes with a variety pack of sixteen pods.
While the shape of the machine is not the most exciting, one aspect that Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine cannot fault is its worktop footprint, it is small when compared to same priced machines, and at just only 12cm wide, no kitchen be very small for it to squeeze into.
Surprisingly, the teensy dimensions have not impacted greatly on the size of its tank. It is not the widest at 700ml, but considering the machine’s size, it fits more in than you might think.
The water tank has a lid, which is a thoughtful option to prevent spillages among machines and taps, and also means that it can exploit the complete height at the back of the machine, rather than fitting in and below.
As well as a perforated adjustable drip tray, there is an internal bin for utilized pods; Nespresso Coffee Machine can make so many drinks before it needs emptying.
The wire length is average but gives slight flexibility as to where it is positioned.
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