Not everyone wants to drink a whole coffee pot. In fact, most people barely have time to drink one cup of coffee before they have to go. We know that it's like that for us, so we suppose that a lot of people are in that same situation.
You can always just measure off the right amount of coffee grounds and water, but we've found that it's hard to find a balance with traditional coffeemakers. Usually, coffee tends to be too strong. Then again, the whole purpose of drinking coffee in the morning is to wake up, so there's no such thing as too strong coffee. Anyway, there are quite a few one-cup coffeemakers
out there, so if you live alone or are the single coffee-drinker in your family, and usually only drink one cup of coffee, then this might be the right coffeemaker for you.
For starters, it looks gorgeous. Just like the Dyson Airblade
, this Nescafé Dolce Gusto
is based upon a circular design. You can nestle your favorite cup inside this circle. It's well-designed, modern coffee machine, that's a bit futuristic-looking, but that just makes it look better. It will be available starting November for between $220 to $280. All that designing jazz comes at a price. Actually, that's quite a lot of money for a capsule coffee machine. If you think that it's too much, stick with your French press. It makes the best coffee.
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