Ask the experts and many of them will tell you the same thing: the single-serve coffee category is hotter than freshly brewed java. Fueled by convenience, the time-saving system that lets users prepare drinks by the cup is gaining popularity worldwide. Yet, since their inception, single-serve cups and capsules have had to dodge the criticism that they’re inherently bad for the environment.
It wasn't pixie dust, but ingenuity and technological know-how that brought one of the world's smallest single-serve machines to our doorstep. The itty-bitty Nespresso Pixie is about eight capsules tall and as wide as the length of the average spoon.
Today we showcase the FrancisFrancis Y1.1 capsule machine. This compact single serve espresso machine uses illy capsules for great tasting espresso every time. Question of the Day: Are you a fan of single-serve machines?
Brew a fresh cup of gourmet coffee or tea in less than a minute with the Keurig B40 K-cup Brewer from Whole Latte Love. With the B40's patented one-touch technology, you are ensured perfect cup of coffee each and every time.
The perfect marriage of form and function, the Nespresso CitiZ with Aeroccino Plus from Whole Latte Love is not only artfully designed but also delivers truly remarkable beverages. The CitiZ takes advantage of Nespresso's capsule technology to brew fresh, single or double espresso shots.