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Nespresso Spain kicks off the summer with latest machine Lattissima+

27 August 2011 – Nespresso presented today in Spain its latest machine innovation: Lattissima+.
 

Lattissima+ is the perfect illustration of the Nespresso focus on innovation to consistently deliver utmost quality to consumers and delight them with new coffee experiences.

A compact and versatile machine, Lattissima+ features a revolutionary “One Touch System” technology, enabling coffee lovers to easily prepare milk-based coffee recipes.

Tamara Falco showcased Lattissima+ performance
by creating a Nespresso Coffee Milkshake recipe

Tamara Falcó Preysler, a reknown Spanish business woman, showcased Lattissima+ performance and ease of use for coffee lovers during the machine launch event in Sotogrande, Spain, by preparing a creative Nespresso Coffee-Milkshake recipe with the machine.

 

Gourmet Coffee-Milkshakes

To delight milk-based coffee lovers with creative mixes, Nespresso proposes refreshing Coffee-Milkshakes recipes. One can easily prepare them with Lattissima+ to vary each Nespresso coffee tasting moment.

The Coffee-Milkshake recipe book contains eight recipes prepared with coffee, ice cream, fruit and chocolate. Xano Saguer and Jordi Butrón, reknown Spanish pastry chefs, created them exclusively for Nespresso together with Michelin-starred chefs Javier and Sergio Torres.

Ideal for a summer evening, these refreshing drinks are made with the three varieties of Nespresso decaffeinated Grands Crus. In less than 3 minutes and in only 4 steps, the creations of these haute cuisine masters can be easily prepared at home with Lattissima+.

 

Alice in Coffee Wonderland

After the Latissima+ reveal, Nespresso opened the “Sweet Polo Party”, the hit summer Spanish event, at the exclusive Polo Club in Sotogrande. Nespresso has been hosting this event for 3 years.

In an Alice in Wonderland atmosphere, the Nespresso event delighted more than 300 guests with a spectacular dessert table and the Nespresso creative Coffee-Milkshakes.

     

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