Fresh Coffee at the Push of a Button: Dolce Gusto Machine

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There is nothing as aromatic and satisfying as a cup of freshly-brewed coffee, and for many of us, the morning just can’t begin until our hands wrap around a mug of revitalising goodness. The only problem, of course, is that the enjoyment of that warming treat involves trekking to the nearest coffee shop and standing in a line, or slaving away in your kitchen with jugs and spoons and grains.

That is until you meet the shiny, neat, and winningly clever Nescafé Dolce Gusto machine, which can provide delicious, fresh coffee direct to your cup at the push of a button. 

These small, nifty machines may come in a range of colours, styles and finishes, but they all guarantee a cup of steaming Nescafé within minutes. The machine uses special capsules of your favourite coffee flavours and so, depending on your whim, your day can start with a strong cup of Grande Inteso, while hot afternoons can be cooled with a refreshing Cappuccino Ice. For a comforting, late night beverage, a capsule of creamy, chocolatey Choccocino is just the ticket.

While the Dolce Gusto takes the stress out of fine coffee, it is also clever enough to appreciate that individual needs are just that; individual. The latest models come with the new Play and Select Technology so drinkers can specify how they want the drink to emerge: if you only fancy half a cup, simply push the button.

Capsules come in a whole range of flavours and styles, and the various models of the Nescafé Dolce Gusto can be admired in department stores nationwide. With prices ranging from RM399-959, there is a coffee machine to suit any budget and once drinkers indulge in the experience of quality coffee at the push of a button there will be no looking back. The down side? You may end up shunning your coffee shop dates to stay at home with your Nescafé!

For more details on this cleaver cofee machine visit or visit their Twitter page at @DolceGustoMy.

Source: The Expat July 2012
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