, best known for their kitchen appliances and machines, launched a new range of Lattissima machines in February, and the highlight of the line is the new premium Lattissima Pro, which uses the capsule system and features a range of new features like one-touch cappuccino brewing.

Nespress’s Grand Cru coffee capsules come in 22 varieties, which gives coffee and espresso drinkers a range of options, depending on their preferences for flavours and intensities. The stylish machine was designed to bring a premium look and feel to the kitchen, with a number of high-end features, including six pre-programmed settings for making espresso or milk-based drinks quickly and easily.

“Lattissima Pro makes it easier than ever to create authentic barista quality espresso drinks at home with the touch of a button,” the company announced.

Here is the full list of features for the new Lattissima Pro espresso machine:

  • Incorporates the patented Nespresso capsule system with 19 bars of pressure
  • Automatic ejection of capsules into a capsule container after each brew
  • Sensor touch control panel with 6 pre-programmed drinks; ristretto, espresso, lungo, cappuccino, latte, hot milk and hot water
  • LED lighting casts a soft glow, making it feel like a jewel at night in your kitchen
  • Die casted and chromed cup support and drip tray
  • Telescopic hot water pipe and storage area located on the machine side panel
  • Milk froth regulator (min-max position) combined with full automatic and hygienic milk clean function
  • Integrated  milk carafe can be placed in the refrigerator in between uses so that no milk is wasted
  • 25 seconds heat up time to reach ready mode for brewing coffee – with additional 15 seconds time for milk
  • Brushed aluminium finishing

The Lattissima Pro, model EN750MB, is available is stores now and retails at a suggested price of $599.95. Visit www.delonghi.com/en-US/ for more details.

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