Cyber Monday has come and gone, and we are now officially 24 days and counting to Christmas!
So to help you along and get you moving with some forward momentum, let’s talk about coffee and how you can get that top quality, A Cup Above with a single-serve coffee machine.
And not just any machine, I’m talking my Nespresso’s VertuoLine Evoluo. As I mentioned here, I’ve tried a lot of single serve machines and none can brew a cup of coffee like this. See that thick layer of crema, that only comes with the best machine and is a sign of high-quality coffee. An indication that the machine has the necessary bars of pressures to brew espresso properly—what, are we talking espresso or coffee? I’m talking both–the VertuoLine Evoluo, “produces freshly brewed Coffee and authentic Espresso with a rich, generous crema”.
I know we are all busy, so here’s the low-down on the best features and why I’m recommending that Nespresso’s VertuoLine Evoluo should definitely make it on your wish-list and gift-giving list:
- One button operation keeps you sane and moving forward in the morning. Its convenient brewing system has a barcode reading technology for blend-specific brewing to reach the perfect cup. So whether you want coffee or espresso the VertuoLine Evoluo has you handled.
- No one likes wimpy flavor-short coffee, so that’s where the Centrifusion technology comes into play to fully extract all the aroma and flavor from each capsule.
- The capsules are 100% recyclable—feel good and do good—gotta love that!
- Rushed mornings call for a fast start, so thankfully the VertuoLine Evoluo heats up in just 15-20 seconds.
- And if you are forgetful like me then, you’ll love the automatic OFF mode after 9 min of non-use.
Lastly, when you get your machine, make sure you pick up the new Limited Edition Swiss Chocolate capsules. It is my favorite right now—think dark chocolate meets the perfect roast. It’s like dessert in a cup without all the calories, so go ahead and pair up that cup of jo with a cookie!
**This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Nespresso. All opinions are my own.