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Side view of the Nespresso Pixie espresso machine
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Nespresso Pixie: A Beautiful Red Nespresso Machine

We’ve been on somewhat of a Nespresso streak lately. Having recently reviewed the Nespresso Inissia, we wanted to give other Nespresso makers a try. We were left impressed with the brew quality and convenience of the Inissia, but thought the grey color was a bit boring. So we decided to try a flashy red Nespresso machine– the Nespresso Pixie. Although we weren’t able to give the machine as thorough of a test as we wanted due to extenuating circumstances (explained later on), we were pleased with what we saw. Here’s our review. Nespresso Pixie Review: Introduction & Specifications This particular

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Nespresso Inissia Review: An Entry-Level Espresso Machine

When the Nespresso Inissia went on sale recently, I knew I had to give it a try. As much as I love filter coffee, I don’t always feel like making it. Sometimes it nice to have an espresso machine that brews automatically, and I knew the Inissia would be perfect for guests. Here’s my review after a month of use. Nespresso Inissia Features The Inissia is an entry-level espresso maker in the Nespresso family. It brews espresso exclusively via proprietary¬†Nespresso capsules, which you can buy through Nespresso, on Amazon, or in local stores. The machine also comes with a sample

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Where to Buy Nespresso Capsules

So, you have a shiny Nespresso machine sitting on the counter and need new capsules? I recently found myself in the predicament of where to buy Nespresso capsules after purchasing a Nespresso Inissia machine. Depending on where you live, you have a number of possibilities for buying pods. There are also DIY routes for reusable Nespresso capsules. Here’re an overview of your options for buying replacement pods. . Nespresso Capsules Sold in Stores What about Nespresso capsules sold in stores?¬†The easiest option in my city was to visit the local Nespresso store in Berlin (or boutique, as they call it).