Nespresso is growing its assortment of coffeemakers with the debut of a new unit the company is calling its “smallest machine ever.”
The Nespresso OriginalLine Essenza Mini is available in two shapes and in a range of five colors. For example, a clean rectangular shaped brewer is offered in piano black, ruby red or lime green while a triangular shaped brewer is offered in piano black, ruby red or lime green.
“We know that many consumers are looking to enjoy their coffee moment in the most convenient way possible without compromising on taste, so we wanted to offer something that delivers the unrivaled Nespresso quality combined with ease of use and minimalist beauty and size,” said Claire Cloatre-Vinzant, head of machines marketing at Nespresso. “The Essenza Mini machine captures each of these needs in one simple machine.”
Weighing five pounds, the Essenza Mini coffeemaker is equipped with two programmable buttons to prepare an espresso or lungo, a low energy mode after three minutes of non-use, automatic power off after nine minutes and fast heat up time.
The new Nespresso Essenza Mini coffeemaker is available at Nespresso boutiques, Nespresso boutique-in-shops, retailers and through the Nespresso Club. The Essenza Mini is priced at $149 and the Essenza Mini plus the standalone Aeroccino3 milk frother is priced at $199.