Nescafé Dolce Gusto launches new Infinissima pod machine

Krups along with Nescafé’s Dolce Gusto have invented this quality peace of kit called Infinissima. It is a manual machine for coffee pods that can make everything from a mocha latte to cappuccino and flat white. With a striking minimalistic design and eco-friendly features, it’s a great option for anyone who wants to add a little indulgence to their daily routine and the coffee connoisseurs won’t be left disappointed.

The Infinissima will set you back £100 from Debenhams, or Nescafé Dolce Gusto’s Amazon store so it’s about a middle range machine in terms of pricing compared to competitors.

Although the machine itself is not pricey, it has a bit of flaw the same way cheap printers make you think you are getting a bargain when the ink turns out highly expensive.  The pods cost £10 for around 48 so it’s not all that bad but if you’re making a coffee that needs two pods, you’re looking at 24 servings so it can be as expensive as £1 per cup (although much cheaper than coffee shops!)

Obviously compared to your regular Instant coffee, you are not going to save any money, but the Nescafe Dolce Gusto pods aren’t competing with instant coffee, its for the upper end of the market or those that love their coffee. So to spend £10 on 24 drinks is not all that bad for the every day drinker or occasional treat. We give it 8 of 10.

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