Every morning without fail I’ll have my cup (or 3) of Nespresso before I start my day. Having been a fan of Nespresso since I got my Citiz Aeroccino back in May 2010, you can say it’s my greatest addiction. Part of the fun of owning a machine yourself is getting the capsules, which come in a wide variety of flavours that you try out before settling on a few favourites.
And I was a happy camper till the Nespresso Pixie came along. Due to be launched tomorrow, the new machine is also Nespresso’s smallest to date, measuring a mere 111 mm across by 235 mm. It is also one of the most affordable, priced at just SGD398. Available in 6 different colours (and 2 finishes), it is also very smart. For example, it will tell you (by way of flashing backlights) when the water level is low and switches itself off after 9 minutes of inactivity.
My only grouse? It does not come built-in with its own milk frother, which is an issue for me because I like my cuppa frothy, but for those who don’t mind, it’s really a non-issue.
YOU SHOULD SEE: Nespresso Citiz Aeroccino