Coffee with the Dolce Factor

lifestyle February 10, 2013 00:00

By The Nation on Sunday

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Nescafe enters the coffee pod age with the Dolce Gusto



Coffee machines come in all shapes and sizes ranging from French presses through percolators and drip filters to the espresso machines that promise a serious caffeine kick.

Now Nestle (Thai), Thailand’s leading food and beverage company, is introducing a funky little machine that promises to take the coffee drinking community by storm. The new Nescafe Dolce Gusto is a hot and cold multi-beverage system with a selection of trendy machine designs that promises to change home coffee making into a fun new experience.
The recent launch event was hosted by Wayne England, chairman and CEO of Nestle Indochina and Nestle (Thai).
“Nescafe constantly works to meet the evolving needs of consumers and delivery premium quality, variety, and convenience to consumers,” he reminded us. “The expertise and heritage of coffee making by Nescafe with the hallmark, precise engineering of Krups meets at Nescafe Dolce Gusto to deliver great, premium tasting coffee to Thai consumers.” 
To make your favourite cup of coffee, all you have to do is select your choice of flavour - Espresso, Mocha, Cappuccino or Cappuccino Ice. Place your capsule in the coffee maker and select the amount of water you desire, and you get your delicious cup of coffee in mere seconds.
Natthaset Poonsapmanee and Ploy Horwang, both brand endorsers, admitted they couldn’t live without their java juice. “The design amazes me,” said Natthaset. “The technology of coffee capsules makes coffee brewing even more fun and definitely much easier.” 
Ploy agreed. “My guests will be amazed when I serve them high quality coffee just like the ones in professional coffee shops,” she said.
The Genio and Circolo coffeemakers, both of which have won Red Dot Design Awards along with the coffee pods are available at premium supermarkets, leading department stores and top appliances stores from this month.