Nespresso, located in Lausanne, Switzerland, created these beautiful machines that brew coffee and espresso in capsules or pods with a pre-portioned amount of impressively tasty grounds. This way, you know you're getting the perfect amount for the perfect cup, every time. Fun fact, Nespresso is the combination of the words Nestlé and espresso! And in other news, water is wet! This has been "FAST FACTS!" with Crafty ;)
Let’s not forget Nespresso’s Sustainability Mission. Despite delivering their coffee via a pod, they have a great program to keep your footprint as small as a babyfoot (which is actually the name of Bigfoot’s firstborn AND the most adorable way to measure something).
It doesn't take a genius (I'm sorry, but as professional cornballs, we're legally obligated to make this joke) to work with this awesome machine!
It has a removable water tank for easy filling, and the water heats up in 35 seconds. Try to name another thing you can do in 35 seconds. Maybe one pushup? Not if you haven't had your coffee!
It's as simple as choosing a pod, selecting a style (Espresso, Ristretto or Lungo) and waiting for your cup to fill up in a matter of seconds!
The Nuts and Bolts
- Quality: We've said this before and we'll say it again… we’ll sing it from the rooftops! Nespresso makes the highest quality pod coffee in the market. If you gotta go pod, you gotta go Nespresso.
- Volume: This machine works best in an office of 100 people or less. If you're running a bit bigger, you might want to look at a larger machine that can do more than one cup at a time to avoid long wait times. Nespresso makes larger machines, such as the Gemini and the Aguila.
- Maintenance: This genius Zenuis (can’t stop, won’t stop) needs very little maintenance! It requires a descale every 300 cups or so, but that’s something we can very easily show you how to do, or our incredible field ops team can do it for you.
And that’s about it! Here are some specs, so you really know EVERYTHING about the Nespresso Zenius :)
Spec sheets and additional guidelines are available for download through here!
Additional information is also available via the manufacturer's website.