Dolce Gusto Coffee Machine By Nescafe – Space Age Coffee

| May 31, 2015

A stylish coffee maker the Nescafe Dolce Gusto Melody III gives you a supreme coffee capsule experience, with its eye catching and futuristic design. It looks exquisite and almost robotic in its design. You can create the very best coffee that you would expect to taste at a high street coffee shop with the 15 bar pump pressure. The only thing it doesn’t do is connect to your iPhone, which it looks like it should.

Nescafe Dolce Gusto Melody 3 Review

Nescafe Dolce Gusto Melody 3 Review

The design of the Dolce Gusto features 3 different colours, there is black, red and ivory white. You can pick the style that best suits your kitchen and decor.

It’s a very curvaceous design of a coffee maker that isn’t like most other coffee machines for sale. It still sports an enormous 15 bar pump pressure for such a small and condensed coffee unit.

Flavours and Freshness

To add freshness to every cup of coffee that you brew, each of the capsules is especially sealed after the roast has been ground to make sure that you receive it with a delicious and original aroma as well as the full flavour of the blend. This coffee maker doesn’t just boil up the the very best coffee fashionably.

It will handle a wide range of the Gusto flavours such as cappuccino, latte, espresso, or americano. This are the main flavour blends, but if you choose one the varieties packs you will be able to taste such exotics as chai tea’s, macchiato and lungo decaffeinated. There are a total of 25 varieties for you to try and find your best tating favourites.

The way that the coffee grinds stay in their pod means there is no cleaning up of messy coffee granules. It’s a simple process to place a capsule in the Dolce to make your beverage. You just open the small drawer on the front of the unit, pop the capsule in and move the lever to either hot or cold water, and then once your cup is filled to the amount you want, just turn the water off.

Stylish Features

Although the capacity of this machine is 15 bar, the pods that you use are designed to help regulate the pressure that the machine uses, so if there is a drink that requires a more mature brew, it will adjust the output pressure so your drink tastes perfect without you having to adjust anything manually. It uses thermoblock pressure to ensure a fast heat up and minimum waiting time.

The 1.3 litre water tank is not the largest of coffee machines, but this is meant to be a compact coffee machine, for those that have to optimise their kitchen space effectively. It will require descaling every so often, but it does come with a descaler kit, and only needs it every 3-4 months or the equivalent of about 900 uses.

There is a small drip tray in the machine, which is adjustable depending on the size of cup you use, but you won’t find it dripping very easily, it dispenses the drink in a comprehensive, and complete volume with every last drop reaching your cup.

This is a perfectly engineered little coffee maestro that is engineered by Krups who have been creating coffee perfection since 1846. This is another technical marvel of the coffee world, and will take the pride of place in your kitchen as you disregard your kettle or teapot, to instead adopt a new level of sophistication into your beverage drinking that you will enjoy time and time again.

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