Daily News pits Keurig against Nespresso to see which makes better espresso drinks at home

March 3, 2021

Keurig’s top K-Cafe is a convenient all-in-one brewer that produces coffee, lattes and cappuccinos with a built-in milk frother. It has user-friendly features that make it a good value for its relatively affordable price point.

Nespresso offers high-quality Swiss-made machines that can brew an authentic shot of espresso. It uses centrifusion technology to rapidly force water through fine-ground beans — mimicking professional espresso machines, which can cost between $3,000 and $6,000.

The Nespresso Citiz by De'Longhi features the company’s innovative 19-bar extraction system to “brew seriously impressive coffee for the price.” An Aeroccino3 milk frother is included.

Which is better? See the review at the New York Daily News.

(Nespresso on quality; Keurig on price.)


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