How does the crema from espresso and coffee made by Nespresso machines compare with crema from other coffee?

How does the crema from espresso and coffee made by Nespresso machines compare with crema from other coffee?

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  1. The machine is only a small contributor to the quality of crema. The roast, the grind and, most importantly, the skill of the barista, are the other factors responsible for the quality of espresso, including crema.

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  2. Crema is formed when air bubbles combine with fine-ground coffee’s soluble oils under pressure. Typically, the fresher the coffee, the more CO2 gas it will contain and it will add addition bubbles resulting in a thicker crema.
    In reality, the crema from a capsule is identical to that of freshly roasted beans. Thing is, most restaurants will not really serve you freshly roasted beans so many people confuse the capsule’s freshness with adding a “secret” ingredient to boost the crema- they don’t.

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