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    Default Coffee Machine recomendations?

    I'm looking for a new coffee machine, my old on is on its last legs.
    It only needs to have a capacity for about two cups.
    I prefer latte, cappuccino with the occassional espresso.

    Does anyone have any recomendations on a good machine or brand.
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    I have a Dolce Gusto, its crap. Same for Tassimo. The new Krupps one looks cool.
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    i have a nespresso lattissima, very easy to make milk based coffee's but more importantly it's very easy to clean.

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    I've a nempresso I love it. The volluto is out of this world.

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    Gaggia is the best coffee machine you can get if you really like your coffee try Lavazza coffee.

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    If you want genuine coffee in your home there is only one brand worth considering - Gaggia.

    Pricey, yes - but trust me well worth the investment.

    Must warn you though, you will turn into a coffee snob - when visiting less enlightened friends/family do find myself drinking water rather than the muck they serve!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tentative Toe View Post
    I'm looking for a new coffee machine, my old on is on its last legs.
    It only needs to have a capacity for about two cups.
    I prefer latte, cappuccino with the occassional espresso.

    Does anyone have any recomendations on a good machine or brand.
    Outside of moving to Italy. Gaggia is no.1, and Nepresso is no.2 on my list. I have the Citiz with the milk frother. Plus, this fall they introduced a new limited edition coffee called, Kazar which was a 12 in terms of strength. It has completely sold out all over the world.
    Now the beauty of the Nepresso is the ease of clean. Plus, for the fashion conscious, it looks so sexy.

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    I would agree gaggia is a cool make I have one at home and it's the biz.
    Get yourself into Arnotts I think they are still having a sale y might pick up a bargain.

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    Suggestion 1 - Gaggia

    Suggestion 2 - Read the reviews

    Seriously, go to amazon.co.uk and search for gaggia and read what the punters there think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParisB View Post
    me to - they are brill only thing is you dont get a lot of coffee
    you can change the settings to give you more or less depending on your taste, it's pretty simple if you still have the instructions. If not I'm sure I can dig them up and PM you.

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