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The most compact member of the collection, Inissia is an automatic espresso machine that uses NESPRESSO coffee capsules—from potent roasts to decaf blends—to brew a fresh, concentrated cup of java in under 30 seconds. This appliance puts you in charge with a programmable volume control, folding drip tray to accommodate taller cups, removable water tank for easy filling, and an internal bin for used capsules. Included in this bundle is a milk frother for topping off a latte or cappuccino. Prepare to make the Joneses jealous.
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19-bar pressure pump
23.7 oz. water tank
Auto power-off after 9 minutes
Heats in 25 seconds
Bin holds 11 used capsules
Thermoblock heating element
Backlit LED water level indicators
Smart alert system indicates low water
Aeroccino Plus Frother:
Makes steamed milk or froth with the touch of a button
Milk capacity: 8.5 oz.
Froth capacity: 4.4 oz.
Heats up to 160-170° F
Dimensions: H 6.7” Diameter 4.1”
1-year manufacturer’s warranty. Uses NESPRESSO coffee capsules only. Espresso cup shown not included.
Wipe with a damp cloth.
H 12.60” W 9” D 4.70”
Part of Switzerland-based Nestlé Group, NESPRESSO is the world leader in home espresso machines. This encapsulated coffee brewing system was introduced in 1986 and entered U.S. homes in 1991. With 200 stores worldwide and an extensive product line, NESPRESSO launched a sustainability initiative in 2009, and surpassed its goal of 75% capsule recycling capacity.