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Can anyone suggest the best nespresso machine and best deal. I have a Tassimo but dont really like the taste the milk pods leave and would like new machine for xmas.

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Can anyone suggest the best nespresso machine and best deal. I have a Tassimo but dont really like the taste the milk pods leave and would like new machine for xmas. Read More
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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
Can anyone suggest the best nespresso machine and best deal. I have a Tassimo but dont really like the taste the milk pods leave and would like new machine for xmas.
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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Nespresso machines don't have milk pods and you have to purchase the "official" coffee direct from the company or one of their "very few" outlets. Seems like false economy to switch if its only the milk pods that are an issue.
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stuarthanley
Nespresso machines don't have milk pods and you have to purchase the "official" coffee direct from the company or one of their "very few" outlets. Seems like false economy to switch if its only the milk pods that are an issue.
I thought you could buy pods from Tesco ect. It may just be a stupid purchase as I always seem to make one every xmas but I appreciate you impute. Have you tried to coffee from the Nespresso?x
#3
stefg
stuarthanley
Nespresso machines don't have milk pods and you have to purchase the "official" coffee direct from the company or one of their "very few" outlets. Seems like false economy to switch if its only the milk pods that are an issue.
I thought you could buy pods from Tesco ect. It may just be a stupid purchase as I always seem to make one every xmas but I appreciate you impute. Have you tried to coffee from the Nespresso?x

I belive the patent has run out for the pods and they are starting to be come more available from 3rd parties.

I buy direct from Nespresso and the quality of the coffee is very good, prices range but 10 capsules cost about £3
Dualt do some, which can be bought in costco and maybe other places. I use this when mixing the coffee with milk.
Amazon sell Carte Noire No.6 - here which I have just bought, but yet to try.

There are a number of 3rd party suppliers too, some can be picked up in TK Maxx, but I havnt tried.

I love my machine and don't find a problem buying from them, I usually buy a bulk lot from their regent street store or Selfdriges in B'ham. I also bought some in Macy's NY and they were about 30p a pack cheaper :(

At the moment, they come with £75 worth of credit, which is a lot of coffee!
#4
Slim2k
stefg
stuarthanley
Nespresso machines don't have milk pods and you have to purchase the "official" coffee direct from the company or one of their "very few" outlets. Seems like false economy to switch if its only the milk pods that are an issue.
I thought you could buy pods from Tesco ect. It may just be a stupid purchase as I always seem to make one every xmas but I appreciate you impute. Have you tried to coffee from the Nespresso?x

I belive the patent has run out for the pods and they are starting to be come more available from 3rd parties.

I buy direct from Nespresso and the quality of the coffee is very good, prices range but 10 capsules cost about £3
Dualt do some, which can be bought in costco and maybe other places. I use this when mixing the coffee with milk.
Amazon sell Carte Noire No.6 - here which I have just bought, but yet to try.

There are a number of 3rd party suppliers too, some can be picked up in TK Maxx, but I havnt tried.

I love my machine and don't find a problem buying from them, I usually buy a bulk lot from their regent street store or Selfdriges in B'ham. I also bought some in Macy's NY and they were about 30p a pack cheaper :(

At the moment, they come with £75 worth of credit, which is a lot of coffee!
Thanks, I seen the offer of the £75 worth of credit too which is making it even more of a good deal. I think George Clooney has just sold it to me X) x
#5
get a proper coffee machine you part timer
#6
stefg
Slim2k
stefg
stuarthanley
Nespresso machines don't have milk pods and you have to purchase the "official" coffee direct from the company or one of their "very few" outlets. Seems like false economy to switch if its only the milk pods that are an issue.
I thought you could buy pods from Tesco ect. It may just be a stupid purchase as I always seem to make one every xmas but I appreciate you impute. Have you tried to coffee from the Nespresso?x

I belive the patent has run out for the pods and they are starting to be come more available from 3rd parties.

I buy direct from Nespresso and the quality of the coffee is very good, prices range but 10 capsules cost about £3
Dualt do some, which can be bought in costco and maybe other places. I use this when mixing the coffee with milk.
Amazon sell Carte Noire No.6 - here which I have just bought, but yet to try.

There are a number of 3rd party suppliers too, some can be picked up in TK Maxx, but I havnt tried.

I love my machine and don't find a problem buying from them, I usually buy a bulk lot from their regent street store or Selfdriges in B'ham. I also bought some in Macy's NY and they were about 30p a pack cheaper :(

At the moment, they come with £75 worth of credit, which is a lot of coffee!
Thanks, I seen the offer of the £75 worth of credit too which is making it even more of a good deal. I think George Clooney has just sold it to me X) x

Haha, I really like mine (pixie), but I am actually trying to get one of the discounted Lattissima models as I want the integrated milk. but I am struggling to get one ordered, especially with the £75 credit.

If you enjoy just coffee its a brilliant device, if you want hot chocolate etc, id looks at other brands. Saying that, by adding decent quality hot chocolate to the milk in my areochino, you got a lovely frothy milky hot chocolate. :)
#7
I thought the same thing about the milk pods

So I bought a dualit milk frother from costco when it was on offer at about £30.00 (amazon link added just to show the product)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dualit-84145-Milk-Frother-Black/dp/B009FTDUDG

it made the world of difference, I could make the coffees how I liked them, with proper milk & without the after taste,
#8
spiderbifida
I thought the same thing about the milk pods

So I bought a dualit milk frother from costco when it was on offer at about £30.00 (amazon link added just to show the product)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dualit-84145-Milk-Frother-Black/dp/B009FTDUDG

it made the world of difference, I could make the coffees how I liked them, with proper milk & without the after taste,
Good idea.x
#9
Lidl now do compatible pods at £1.79 for 10.

Bought a box, 10 strength espresso and it was perfectly fine.
#10
We have a senseo machine which is quite a cheap coffee machine compared to the nespresso. I quite like the senseo as you add your own milk to taste. Nice cuppa!

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