Here’s a quick recap of which home espresso machines use capsules, and which capsules they use.

Nespresso Espresso Maker:

Nespresso CitiZ D110 Espresso Maker

Available in different models, most popular being: Nespresso U, Nespresso Pixie and CitiZ and the great collaboration model DeLonghi and Nespresso EN720 M Lattissima.

Capsules: Uses Nespresso Capsules exclusively. Available in a variety of flavors and grinds.

What it makes: Only espresso, which you can use to make all kinds of coffee drinks.

Reviews: Click here to see all our Nespresso machine reviews.

CBTL Kaldi S04 Single-Serve Beverage Center:

CBTL Kaldi Single-Cup Brewer with Espresso, Coffee, Tea and Milk Frother Bundle

Capsules: Uses CBTL’s capsules, or any capsules compatible with CAFFITALY machines.

What it Makes: Espresso, coffee, hot chocolate and tea. All available from Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.

Review: Click here to read our review of the CBTL Kaldi S04.

Francis Francis X7.1 For illy:

Francis Francis for illy X7.1 iperEspresso Machine

Capsules: Uses illy’s IperEspresso Capsules exclusively. Available in different roasts. No flavored coffee.

What it Makes: Espresso only. The machine features a steam wand that you can use for milk frothing.

Review: Click here for our review of the Francis Francis X7.1

Gaggia Plus for Illy:

Gaggia for Illy Espresso Machine

Capsules: Uses Illy’s IperEspresso capsules exclusively.

What it Makes: Espresso. Machine includes a steam wand for easy milk frothing.

Review: Click here for our review of Gaggia Plus.

Keurig Rivo 500:

Keurig Rivo 500 Cappuccino & Latte System

Capsules: Uses Lavazza capsules exclusively. Available in 4 different blends.

What it Makes: Espresso, Cappuccino and Lattes. Includes a built-in automatic milk frother.

Review: Click here to read our review of the Keurig Rivo 500.

 

Further Reads:

Difference Between Keurig Vue coffee system and Rivo 500

Best Single-Serve Espresso Machines.

Nespresso Capsules vs. Illy’s IperEspresso, which is best?

Single-Serve Coffee Makers Under $200

 

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