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Black Is The New Black, With Nespresso’s Latest Lattissima

Nespresso Introduces Lattissima + Black

Black Is The New Black, With Nespresso’s Latest Lattissima + Machine.

New Zealand, February 2013 - Exceptional espresso meets exceptional milk froth at the touch of a button with the Lattissima + and now Nespresso is releasing your favourite one touch system in a chic new black.

Satisfying New Zealanders’ love for coffee and milk, the compact machine which creates fuss-free cappuccinos, lattes and flat whites, now looks even better on your kitchen bench.

Simple to use and energy efficient, the Lattissima +also suits any cup size, producing your perfect cup of Nespresso coffee time and again.

The new black Lattissima + will be available from April 2013 in the Nespresso Boutique in Newmarket, selected trade partners, online at www.nespresso.com or through the Nespresso Club on 0800 234 579.

Nespresso is offering a cashback reward of $75 on the Lattissima range from March 25th until May 19th 2013, as well as a cashback reward of $50-75 on other selected machines.

Nespresso Lattissima + Black RRP $699.


About Nestlé Nespresso SA
Nestlé Nespresso SA is the pioneer and reference for highest-quality portioned premium coffee. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, Nespresso operates in more than 50 countries and has more than 7,000 employees. In 2011, it operated a global retail network of 270 exclusive boutiques. For more information, visit the new Nestlé Nespresso corporate website: www.nestle-nespresso.com

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