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The Nespresso compatible coffee capsule from Pressogno convinced a Jury of Restaurateur and Coffee Connoisseur. Nespresso and Lidl fared the worst.

Coffee in a capsule has become a common household good in our kitchen and offices since Nespresso replaced their Head of Marketing in 1988. Nespresso's initial attempt to wipe out all clones with law suits has now evolved to almost any Retailer offering one or more of the many compatible Coffee Capsule brands.

The Newspaper "Der Landbote" wanted to find out once and for all which Nespresso compatible Capsule Coffee was the best in their opinion and invited Coffee Experts to join their panel. Each Juror was served one Espresso after the other without identifying the product.

The results of the tasting:

  • Good:
    • "Espresso Medium" from Pressogno achieved the highest score. The jury's verdict for the surprise winner: "A balanced Espresso."
  • Average:
    • Espresso Bar "Italia Supremo" from Aldi
    • La Mocca Caffè "Espresso Forte" from Coop
    • Cafe Royal "Espresso" from Migros
  • Below standard:
    • Bonga "Red Mountain" from Rägeboge Biolade
    • "Arpeggio" from Nespresso
    • Bellarom "Classico Espresso" from Lidl

The Coffee Experts at work:

Jury Votes: Pressogno Medium Voted Best Espresso Again
Céline Hauri (Sahara-Bar), Eva Kirchheim (<Landbote>), Kari Fatzer (Cappuccino),
Bruno Müller (Royal Pacific Coffee), Lara Stoll (Promi), Sam Meier (Kafisatz)

Pressogno a surprise Winner

Already after the first Espresso it became apparent, that the Jurors were very critical. Céline Hauri, Manager of the Sahara Bar and being one of the heaviest coffee drinker at the table, was quick to pull out the lowest score and wrote "criminal". Lara Stoll, another Juror, wanted to extend the voting to allow negative points.

The overall results shows that neither of the 9 Coffees was awarded a "very good" (5 Points) nor a "good" (4 Points); the best coffee achieved a "good" with 2.8 Points, the 3 worst coffees even missed out on a score of "bad", having achieved less than 2 points.

The low scores are the results of very high expectations, as the coffee experts compared to coffees from coffee shops. Coffee roaster Bruno Müller critisises that "Home coffee machines often burn coffee, with intention. The producers assume that coffee drinkers won't be pre-heating the cups".

The suprise winner as awarded by the jury was Espresso Medium from Pressogno, which in Australia is available online and from SPAR outlets. There are 3 products sharing second spot were the Aldi Coffee, the Coop product and the Migros capsules, which was the most expensive product.

From the discount retailers, Aldi offered the cheapest Nespresso compatible capsules and the Bellarom pods from Lidl received the lowest scores from 5 of the 6 jurors. Clearly below average ranged the expensive Arpeggio from the market leader Nespresso. The jury liked the look of the product but found the taste too bitter.

 

Detailed Results: Chart can be found here.

Jury likes Pressogno but not Nespresso

Tipp: The independent Consumer magazine K-Tipp also tested which coffee capsules work best with Nespresso coffee machines and Pressogno achieved a perfect score of 100%.

What Coffee Capsules are Compatible with Nespresso

Source: http://www.landbote.ch/winterthur/winterthurer-jury-mag-den-kaffee-von-spar-nicht-aber-nespresso/story/30082427

Der Landbote 18 July 2015, Christian Gurtner/Michael Graf

 

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Pressogno Espresso Medium Voted best Nespresso Compatible by Coffee Experts

One Capsue Coffee Tasted Really Good

How good is the Capsule Coffee of the Nespresso competition? In a K-Tipp tasting, "Pressogno" came first.

One of the large consumer magazine in Europe, K-Tipp, tasted capsules from eight different manufacturers. The selection included a comparable balanced Espresso blend.

The results of the tasting:

  1. Good:
    • Only "Espresso Medium " from Pressogno received top score. The jury's verdict: "A mild, balanced Espresso."
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  2. Average:
    • The "Espresso" from Café Royal came second,
    • Third place was awared to "Espresso Media" from XO Noir
      The jury criticized a "lack of body" .
  3. Below standard:
    • The "Espresso" from La Mocha Caffè didn't fare well with the jury: "This is a coffee, but not an espresso blend."
    • That was also true for the "Espresso Milano" from Denner ("watery consistency") and for
    • "Caffè Vergnano from Espresso 1882 ("lack of flavour, watery ").
    • Also not convincing were the "Espresso Classico" from Jacobs ("unclean note, rotten beans") and the
    • " Supremo" from Aldi ("missing touch of coffee, cereal taste").

The Jury: Sensory Assessor Eugenia Klauser, Barista Nina Rimpl of Henauer Coffee in Hori ZH, food journalist Patrick Zbinden, Barista Giuliano Bartoli of the Zurich Bar La Stanza and confectioner Kurt Schempp in Zurich .

Tipp: The independent Consumer magazine K-Tipp also tested which coffee capsules work best with Nespresso coffee machines and Pressogno achieved a perfect score of 100%. Some coffee capsules got crushed by the Nespresso machines or only produced a watery coffee.

Source: http://www.gesundheitstipp.ch/artikel/d/degustation-ein-kapselkaffee-schmeckte-wirklich-gut/
K-Tipp 02 /2014 as of 29 January 2014, Markus Fässler, editor K- Tip

 

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Which Nespresso® Coffee Capsule Machine is suitable for Espressorium Coffee?

Our capsules from Pressogno (available online, at SPAR and selected retailers) are guaranteed 100% compatible with the Nespresso machines.

Brands

  • DeLonghi
  • Breville
  • KitchenAid
  • Krups
  • Koenig
  • Turmix

Compatible Models

  • Citiz
  • Lattissima Plus and Pro
  • U
  • Maestria and Gran Maestria
  • Pixie
  • Essenza
  • Inissia
  • Le Cube
  • KitchenAid

*Simply contact us if you are unsure about the compatibility of your machine.

*Excludes professional machines, Siemens machines, built-in models (Miele), Nespresso U with automatic piercing, brewing & ejection of capsules and the very old capsule-holder machines.

Compatible Nespresso Machines

Has the compatibility been tested?

Yes. K-Tipp, a leading European consumer magazine performed a test with 12 Nespresso coffee machines and 8 Coffee Capsule brands.

Capsules from these brands fit into all machines and are 100% compatible with the machines tested:

You can find the full details by clicking on this link: Full Details of compatibility Test

Do the new Nespresso® machines destroy your capsules?

No. The technical modifications that Nespresso® machines have undergone in 2013 in no way impact the functionality of our Pressogno capsules. In a test done by a large European Consumer Magazine Pressogno achieved a score of 100%.

Our capsules are guaranteed 100% compatible with all the latest Nespresso® machines.

Guaranteed 100% Nespresso® machine compatible

Will my Nespresso® machine warranty be lost if I use Pressogno capsules?

No, the manufacturer can not refuse to provide services while your machine is still under warranty.

Tipp: If your Nespresso machine stopped working and is out of warranty, Nespresso offers a repair service for $75. This includes pick-up, repair, delivery and even a loan machine while your machine is being repaired!

Can your Nespresso® Compatible Capsules be recycled and are they safe to use?

We can confirm that our Capsules are absolutely safe to use and can be recycled.

  • BPA free plastic
  • 100% recyclable Polypropylene with high melting point
  • Non-toxic
  • 90% of all Nespresso compatible capsules use Polypropylene
  • Our capsules come with an Aluminium lid

Maintenance tips for producing the perfect Espresso

The quality of your Pressogno coffee depends on the machine used and how it is maintained. Here are some tips:

  • After each use of your machine, it is recommended to run water (without a capsule in the machine) for around 6 seconds in order to avoid the deposit of the coffee ground within the flow system. For automatic machines, just press the "espresso button".
  • To maintain the optimum temperature and quality of your espresso, descale your machine regularly. There is special cleaning equipment that has been especially designed for the Nespresso® machines and its components. It is not recommended to use vinegar, as it may damage your machine.
  • As the quality of water is essential for a good espresso, we also advise that you refill the water tank on a daily basis.
  • Please consult the manual that came with your machine for specific maintenance and troubleshooting tips.

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Not all Nespresso machines work with any coffee capsule

The most important outcome from the test for Espressorium:

All our Nespresso compatible coffee capsules (available online, at SPAR and selected retailers) are guaranteed 100% compatible with the Nespresso machines, including all the latest models.

Brands:

  • DeLonghi
  • Breville
  • Krups
  • Koenig
  • Turmix
  • Kmart Homemaker

Models:

  • Inissia
  • Lattissima
  • U
  • Citiz
  • Maestria
  • Pixie
  • Cube
  • Essenza

*Excludes professional machines, Siemens machines, built-in models (Miele) and the very old capsule-holder machines.

The details

Water in the capsule container instead of Coffee in the Cup: The new Nespresso Machine models create incompatibility with Capsule Clones. In the test performed by K-Tipp, a large European Consumer Magazine, especially capsules from Coop, Jacobs and Aldi did not work, whereas Pressogno, Café Royal and La Caffè Mocha achieved 100% compatibility.

Nespresso has changed the way capsules are pierced, causing some compatible capsules to no longer function properly. The needles in the latest Nespresso models are so thin, that they are not able to pierce the capsule of some competitors and in the extreme case, will crush the capsule.

The Nespresso machine models "Pixie", "U" and "Inissia" are using the new, thinner injectors. This is "part of our ongoing development" of the capsule system says Nestle.

The problem for customers: While the new, thinner needles work well with the original Nespresso Aluminum capsule, they struggle with some plastic capsules from other manufacturers, as the needles are too thin and can’t pierce through the hard plastic.

The result: crushed capsules, half-full cups and plenty of water in the body, or the machine simply refused their service and turned off.

Our advice: Anyone who has previously used coffee capsules from other manufacturers should keep their Nespresso machine as long as possible, as the new machines do not work with all capsule clones.

K-Tipp performed a test with 12 Nespresso coffee machines and 8 Coffee Capsule brands

These capsules worked:

Capsules from these brands fit into all machines and are 100% compatible with the machines tested:

  • the Pressogno capsules "Espresso Medium" (available at SPAR, Volg and from the following Stores),
  • the "Espresso" capsules Café Royal ( available at Migros) and
  • the capsules  "Espresso" La Caffè Mocha (Coop , Fust and InterDiscount ).

These capsules did not work

By far the most problems occurred with the following brands:

  • the capsules "Espresso Classico" Jacobs Momente and
  • the capsules "Espresso 1882" Caffè Vergnano .

None of these capsules worked in the Nespresso "U" of Koenig. The needle could not pierce the capsules from Jacobs and the machine shut down.

Water ran passed the Caffè Vergnano capsule straight into the cup.

Jacobs manufacturer Mondelez says: "We are working to regain compatibility as soon as possible. There was a similar statement from Coop, stating that the suppliers would adapt to the changes.

The capsule "Supremo" from 100 % Espresso (available at Aldi) also proved incompatible: The Aluminum foil came off the capsule in almost all the testing. Particularly annoying was that in some cases, the foil was caught in the machine and had to be scraped off with a knife. Aldi is aware of the problem and says that in the problem with the foil has been resolved.

How the test was performed:

K-Tipp bought 12 standard editions of current Nespresso machines from DeLonghi, Koenig, Krups and Turmix . 10 Capsules from 8 different manufacturers were tested in every single machine.

  • Did the mechanism work properly?
  • Did the needles pierce the capsule or crush it?
  • Did we get a cup of coffee or some watery broth?
  • Not every deformation of some plastic capsule necessarily led to a loss in quality. However if there was more water in the cup than expected, this was considered a malfunction

What Coffe Capsules are Compatible with Nespresso

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How can I save up to A$800 a year?

Pressogno coffee capsules are priced at A$0.49 – 28% below Nespresso® retail price for their basic espresso range.

If you compare this to A$3.50 from a Coffee Shop, the saving increases to an impressive 84%.

If you buy 5 coffees from the coffe shop a week, switching to Pressogno coffee capsules could save you A$783 over an entire year.

 

Saving up to $800 with Pressogno

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Nespresso builds a coffee machine that crushes compatible capsules - but not Pressogno

The Empire strikes back! Nespresso crushes compatible capsulesHELENSVALE, QLD, AUSTRALIA, December 3, 2013 -- In their 1 December 2013 edition, the "SonntagsBlick" in Switzerland reports that the latest generation of Nespresso coffee machines are incompatible with some of the capsule clones currently available in the market and has put that claim to the test. Nespresso has changed the way capsules are pierced, causing some compatible capsules to no longer function properly. The needles in the latest Nespresso models are so thin, that they are not able to pierce the capsule of some competitors and in the extreme case, will crush the capsule.

Work performed by the testers from "SonntagsBlick" confirmed for them, that Nespresso has indeed modified the piercing mechanism in such a way, that the new Nespresso machines won't work with some clone capsules. Nespresso appears to be targeting manufacturers of compatible capsules and in an interview confirmed that since July this year, some machines have been equipped with new injectors. This is "part of our ongoing development" of the capsule system.

Jacobs capsules from US-manufacturer Mondelez perform extremely badly. In 6 out of 10 tests, the capsule was crushed. "With this modification, Nespresso must be specifically targeting Mondelez", says an industry expert.

Pressogno issued the following statement:

i) The technical modifications that Nespresso machines have undergone in 2013 in no way impact the functionality of our Pressogno capsules.

ii) The capsule that Pressogno is currently using is designed in such a way that the new thinner piercing needles (injectors) do not penetrate through to touch the flat pre-perforated surface, the needles won't be damaged and the capsules won't change shape.

iii) The height of the Pressogno capsule is 27mm, the height of the Nespresso capsule is 28.2mm

Important Note:
As a world first, Pressogno will be launching a closed system capsule in the first quarter of 2014 made out of PBT (Polybutylenterephthalat), an environmentally-friendly material, consisting of 80% recycled PET, which will not only minimise packaging, but also help reduce our carbon footprint.

The surface material of the new Pressogno capsule shows, when compared to the original Nespresso capsule, equivalent performance in the piercing by the injectors of the capsule. The thinner needles in the new Nespresso machines are not negatively impacted.

About Pressogno
Pressogno is a small but passionate enterprise that has achieved in the last 2 years with its new and lower cost capsule a 6% market share in Switzerland alone, the home of Nespresso. Pressogno operates globally and distributes their premium coffee products through selected food retailers under the Pressogno brand or under Private Labels. The target markets are upper price segments in department stores, food retailers and convenience stores.

About Espressorium
Espressorium is dedicated to sustainability and quality. For that reason, Espressorium is proud to be the exclusive Australasian supplier for the Pressogno coffee capsules after the coffee’s enormous success across Europe.

Espressorium doesn't spend hundreds of thousands on A-list celebrities to endorse our products. With their delightfully rich and diverse premium Nespresso-compatible capsules available at more than 20% cost savings, who needs George anyway?

With their 100% satisfaction guarantee, Espressorium offers customers a full refund if they are dissatisfied for any reason.

Espressorium coffee capsules retail for A$4.90 per box of 10 capsules and are available for purchase at www.espressorium.com.au. Espressorium is also currently in negotiations with a major Australian retailer and will be issuing a press release shortly.

Link to Press release:
http://www.einnews.com/pr_news/179077703/new-nespresso-machine-destroys-comp

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An espresso is made by slowly pouring high-pressure hot water through ground coffee. Just like in the best Italian bars, our coffee takes approximately 20 to 25 seconds to pour out into the cup, the optimal extraction time. Slow extraction is a sign of quality.

Faster extraction may indicate insufficient pressure. For optimal results, please use a good quality Nespresso machine with 19 bar water pressure.

The DeLonghi Nespresso EN95RPLUS is my favourite machine in terms of the quality, performance and simplicity. I love my espresso coffee and this machine won't disappoint.

The machine also works well in a small office environment and should be able to handle up to 50 cups a day. It comes with a 2 year warranty and Nespresso will pick up the machine from your home and provide you with a replacement while it is being fixed, so you won't have to miss your favourite Espresso.

In Australia this machine is currently selling for A$175.00 at the Good Guys, the best deal I could find, which makes this a great buy.

There is more choice for Nespresso drinkers. Why not give Espressorium, the premium alternative for under 50 cents a try? Like the original it comes from Switzerland.

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Teasogno is arriving soon to our shores, available exclusively from www.espressorium.com.au.

Suitable for any Nespresso coffee machine, including Breville, Delonghi and more, Teasogno capsules deliver delicious tea with the press of a button, quickly and conveniently for your refreshment.

Please register your interest. Time to get excited 🙂

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We're very happy to be helping Espressorium get found online more often and build trust with potential customers.

WOMO stands for Word Of Mouth Online and it's a way to promote Espressorium using customer reviews. Reviews give prospective customers much more confidence in your business, help you come up higher in WOMO search results, and help you get found on Google and other search engines.

It's the best way to find out what businesses are really like before you use them.All reviews are from real customers, so you can find that Espressorium cares about customers and shop in confidence.

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