By Patrick Avenell

To celebrate Bastille Day, Nespresso has today announced a new product to its line of Le Cube coffee machines. According to a Nespresso spokesperson, the Bronze Patina Le Cube was inspired by the runways of Milan, New York and Australia.

Features of the new coffee machine include one-touch control, Nespresso’s coffee capsule technology and a 19-bar high pressure pump and thermobloc. According to Nespresso general manager, Renaud Tinel, this last feature, “guarantee[s] optimal extraction and temperature, essential in producing the famous Nespresso crema.”

Nespresso also announced a free value-add to the Bronze Patina Le Cube, with purchasers receiving the Aeroccino free of charge.

“The Aeroccino is easy to use and easy to clean; producing a light, creamy froth that allows at-home baristas to enjoy cappuccinos, café lattes or latte macchiatos at the push of a button,” said Tinel

The Nespresso Bronze Patina Le Cube (RRP $449) will be on sale next month.

UPDATE: Since this article was written, Nespresso has made two pricing changes. More details can be found here.