To celebrate coffee machine.
To celebrate the launch of Nespresso’s latest machine, Creatista, the company has opened a pop-up café in the Auckland inner city, Ponsonby. Until November 20, customers can experience what it’s like to enjoy a barista style coffee ‘in the comfort of your own home’.
Inspired by the Creatista and its innovative automatic steam-wand technology, Creatista Café combines the luxuries of home with the convenience of a local café. Some of Auckland’s top baristas are also on-hand to teach coffee-loving Kiwis how to create simple latte art using the Creatista and Lewis Road Creamery’s premium milk range.
Photo Credit: Helen Bankers
To create the homely vibe, Nespresso enlisted the expertise of interiors stylist and writer Michelle Halford of The Design Chaser; a global blog with a focus on Scandinavian interiors and design.
Nespresso New Zealand country manager, John Ciaglia, said the Ponsonby pop-up is an exciting opportunity for Kiwis to experience the revolutionary new machine.
“It’s no secret Kiwis love a good flat white and other milk recipe coffees, so we are thrilled to showcase the new Creatista in this unique Ponsonby pop-up environment,” he said.
“Creatista is the first Nespresso machine that allows users to select their preferred milk texture and temperature to create silky smooth milk – that even enables the creation of latte art – thanks to its multiple milk foam textures.”
The Creatista machine from Nespresso, co-developed with Breville, was launched in Sydney last week.