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Bialetti unveils new single-serve espresso machine Mini Express

DBR Staff Writer Published 10 January 2013

Italian stovetop coffee maker company Bialetti has launched a new electric single-serve espresso capsule system Mini Express and exclusive espresso blends I Caffè d’Italia packed in individual aluminum capsules.

Mini Express, which features start-and-stop dispensing machanism, makes authentic Italian coffee with the press of a button.

I Caffè d'Italia Italian espresso capsules are produced in five flavors - Milano, Venezia, Roma, Napoli and Deca.

Bialetti claims that each blend in a 7g aluminum capsule remains fresh for up to two years.

Milano is a 100% Arabica blend with a smooth, light body and a fragrant & fruity flavor. Venezia is a blend of raw beans and lightly roasted Arabica with vanilla accents.

Roma is a dark roast with bold taste. The complex flavor offers a note of dried fruit. Napoli is a blend of African blends dark roasted and finely ground to create hearty espresso with a strong flavor profile and a sharp cacao finish.

Deca is a decaffeinated medium roast created using Arabica and Robusta blends to produce a velvety, enveloping texture.

The Bialetti Mini Express, which comes with 10 I Caffe d'Italia espresso capsules, is priced at $199.99.

I Caffe d'Italia espresso capsules are also available in packs of 16 for $11.99.