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Nespresso: A Machine That Makes Happiness!

If you’re a lover of coffee, not a lover of the plain and moderately acceptable drip kind that you can get from any old coffee pot but the intense and bitter-to-the-very end-but-then-again-all-too-heartbreakingly-short sort that you can get from espresso coffees (I think there’s some psychological issues that factor into what sort of coffee you’re interested in hmm), I’m guessing you probably dream of owning your own espresso machine one day. But as you know, espresso machines are expensive, and you need a really fine grind of freshly ground coffee to get the taste that the baristas at Starbucks seem to create so effortlessly. Not to mention you need a lot of practice and dozens of wasted cups of espresso discarded because you got the amount of coffee or the temperature of the steam wrong before you can get that magical cup that you spent thousands of dollars to hope on getting. Well, I like espressos and their high caffeine/volume ratio, but I want espressos NOW. And I’m sure you do, too. Which is why I’m proud to present the most glorious invention created since the iPod Touch, the Nespresso machine! Continue reading