What’s better than saving over $1,000 each year by making barista-quality beverages at home?
Bundling everything you need and taking another 20% off the top!
Nespresso espresso machines are favorites among discerning European coffee drinkers, where the company owns over 36% of the capsule coffee market share!
In America that number is only 4%.
Me personally? Among pod- and capsule-based coffee makers, it’s Nespresso or bust.
Are you ready to give Nespresso a try?
If so, you’ll struggle to find a better value than the Nespresso Inissia Bundle.
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Nespresso Inissia Bundle: What’s Included?
The bundle includes everything you need to make robust Nespresso specialty beverages:
- Nespresso Inissia Espresso Machine
- Aeroccino Plus Frother
The machine also comes in one of four colors, all available online:
- Titan (sort of a charcoal gray)
Is the Nespresso Inissia Bundle Worth It?
Looking at cost to acquire, you’ll be sending money down the drain by purchasing the Inissia and frother separately:
- Nespresso Inissia Bundle with Aeroccino Frother ($299.00)
- Nespresso Inissia ($104.95) + Aeroccino Plus Frother ($179.00)
Please note the above prices update in real time but as of this writing the gap was pretty significant — over $40!
That’s some hefty savings.
Keep reading for a breakdown of the Nespresso Inissia and Aeroccino Plus Frother.
Nespresso Inissia: Key Features
The Inissia is Nespresso’s entry level model.
But that doesn’t mean it isn’t an awesome machine.
In fact, I have a somewhat unhealthy love for Nespresso products (at least compared to other pod-based coffee makers).
These are the Inissia’s key features:
- Compatible with Nespresso OriginalLine capsules
- Brews 1.35 oz espresso and 3.70 oz lungo
- 19 bars of pressure
- 24 oz removable water reservoir
- Plastic exterior
- Spent capsule container with 10 capsule capacity
- No built-in milk frother (that’s why this bundle exists!)
- Dimensions: 4.7″W x 9.0″D x 12.6″H
- Weight: 5.3 lbs
- Cord Length: 2.6 feet
- Watts: 1260W
- Warranty: 2 year
Really, the biggest thing separating it from the highly-rated Nespresso Pixie is the outer casing: The Inissia is made of plastic whereas the Pixie is made of aluminum.
For a complete comparison, check out our Nespresso Inissia vs Pixie Review.
Aeroccino Plus Frother: Key Features
The first thing to note about the Aeroccino Frother that comes with this bundle is it’s a discontinued model.
This is how it stacks up to two other currently produced models:
As shown near the intro, a brand new Aeroccino Frother isn’t cheap, setting you back around $90.
Getting the discontinued Aeroccino Plus as part of the Nespresso Inissia Bundle makes the initial cost of ownership much more palatable.
And don’t be worried about getting a discontinued model.
The included Aeroccino Plus is fine frother, which you’re getting for half price as part of the bundle.
It has the following features and functionality:
- Makes hot and cold froth for lattes and cappuccinos
- When making foam, maximum milk capacity of 130 ml (or 0.54 cup)
- When making hot milk, maximum milk capacity of 250 ml (or 1.06 cups)
- Takes around 1 minute
- Detachable base for safe and easy cleaning
- Voltage: 120V
- Dimensions: 4.1″W x 4.1″D x 6.7″H
- Weight: 1.0 lb
- Warranty: 2 years
I love the Aeroccino Plus frother. It’s simple to use, compact and gets the job done effectively, quickly, and without a ton of noise.
The only downside in my use is the frother leaks a little out of the spout during the frothing process. This seems to be caused by milk rising up the walls as it’s frothing and escaping through the pour spout. It’s not a huge flaw and we’re talking about minimal mess, but it does happen.
What Do You Think?
If you’ve ever used the Nespresso Inissia or Aeroccino Plus frother, let me know how your experience was! Did you think it was a good value for your money? Comment below!