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Lavazza Minù Caffe Latte Coffee Machine reduced to £10.00 at B&M instore

£10.00 @ B&M Retail
Lavazza Minù Caffe Latte Coffee Machine. Minù Caffè Latte: all the features of the Minù, now with an integrated, magnetic induction milk frother. Cappuccino, latte macchiato, hot chocolate: all that… Read More
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Lavazza Minù Caffe Latte Coffee Machine.

Minù Caffè Latte: all the features of the Minù, now with an integrated, magnetic induction milk frother.

Cappuccino, latte macchiato, hot chocolate: all that you can find in a coffee bar, but at home and with a unique Lavazza machine. The milk frother lets you heat milk, froth it hot or cold, make velvety hot chocolate, a perfect cappuccino and a tasty latte macchiato.

You can choose the amount of espresso you want every time, thanks to the 'stop & go' dial, as well as benefit from the “easy to clean” removable parts, all of them dishwasher safe.

In a few steps, you can make an everyday moment so delicious, enjoyed in peaceful moments alone or with family and friends.

Available colours: White, Red
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1 Like #1
I have had a dearer machine for years that uses the coffee pods.. it's lovely coffee, better than you get in all the dear coffee shops
#2
Any where to get good compatibles? B&M not stocking them locally now.
1 Like #3
GigahurtzUK
Any where to get good compatibles? B&M not stocking them locally now.


Amazon £21 for 150 Italian pods mixed variety
#4
Lidl do some compatibles that are meant to be good. I a more expensive machine with vouchers. Used 1 voucher and got hundreds of pods, going to last me a lifetime
1 Like #5
which one? how do you rate it?
#6
GigahurtzUK
Any where to get good compatibles? B&M not stocking them locally now.
John Lewis. Not sure if they're sold online though.
1 Like #7
No need for compatibles. You can get original pods from Asda. 16 for approx £3.40. About 21p a coffee
4 Likes #8
Chances of finding these at a tenner very slim. When they went down to £19 hardly anyone could find them. There may be a handful scattered around the country. Good luck!
2 Likes #9
thebigmoonman
No need for compatibles. You can get original pods from Asda. 16 for approx £3.40. About 21p a coffee


Why no need for them, 14p a drink for the compats , taste just as good
#10
kye1987
Lidl do some compatibles that are meant to be good. I a more expensive machine with vouchers. Used 1 voucher and got hundreds of pods, going to last me a lifetime


Not for this machine , unless I have missed them
1 Like #11
thebigmoonman
No need for compatibles. You can get original pods from Asda. 16 for approx £3.40. About 21p a coffee


thanks for the asda tip didn't know they sold lavazza pods, I usually get them when there on offer at John Lewis. so if asda will sell them at this price regularly winner
#12
GigahurtzUK
Any where to get good compatibles? B&M not stocking them locally now.


Tesco larger stores stock them, also Asda just started the other week. Around £3.40 per pack at Asda. I have this machine for 6months. Use it every day, it's fantastic
#13
thebigmoonman
Chances of finding these at a tenner very slim. When they went down to £19 hardly anyone could find them. There may be a handful scattered around the country. Good luck!


Loads still left in B&M fareham. Check price at till because I've bought 2 from there and both were cheaper than stated on shelf
#14
Got the Dolce Gusto but it's flaw is you have to stop it, wasted so many espresso pods as instead of stopping when your half asleep it will pour you a 1L espresso until it runs out of water!
#15
can someone link to compatible pods?
#16
buy a moka pot cheaper and a lot better taste than pods.
banned#17
Don't buy the compatible pods, they muck up your machine and void your warranty.
#18
blugardian
Got the Dolce Gusto but it's flaw is you have to stop it, wasted so many espresso pods as instead of stopping when your half asleep it will pour you a 1L espresso until it runs out of water!


My dolce gusto is automatic so stops at the right level, worth spending a bit more for an automatic if you've got an easily drifting mind
#19
any near beds or london?!
#20
None in Abingdon.
#21
none in South Ruislip and Yiewsley
#22
louthepoo
blugardian
Got the Dolce Gusto but it's flaw is you have to stop it, wasted so many espresso pods as instead of stopping when your half asleep it will pour you a 1L espresso until it runs out of water!


My dolce gusto is automatic so stops at the right level, worth spending a bit more for an automatic if you've got an easily drifting mind


Lavazza stops after 120 seconds or so if I remember well from redaing the user manual.
#23
All the questions about compatibles may be a clue why they're so cheap - with four different standards, and Lavazza the smallest, looks like they're on the way out.

Betamax, anyone?
#24
Anyone seen any in Bradford or Leeds?
#25
Inevitably in my two nearest stores - OOS.
#26
The price tells you about the coffee from these machines. Anyone that says the coffee is good from these pod machines does not drink real coffee. pod machines have been discounted in stores in Spain for around a year and they don't sell because the Spanish along with the Italians know how coffee should taste. British will eat or drink anything that is foreign even though it doesn't taste like the real thing, like pizza and Indian food. But I do like a British Indian.
#27
Tried to locate these in Leicester, but unfortunately no luck at all. Will be a tough find nationwide too, I imagine.
#28
None in Central Scotland; Bathgate, Linlithgow, Stirling, Grangemouth, Edinburgh West, Edinburgh East
#29
soldierboy001
The price tells you about the coffee from these machines. Anyone that says the coffee is good from these pod machines does not drink real coffee. pod machines have been discounted in stores in Spain for around a year and they don't sell because the Spanish along with the Italians know how coffee should taste. British will eat or drink anything that is foreign even though it doesn't taste like the real thing, like pizza and Indian food. But I do like a British Indian.
I don't think you have a clue.

They sell these machines cheap, then get their money back on the pods. It's called Gillette Marketing - they sell cheap razors then rob you blind with the blades. Now taken up by Home printers and others, too.

The alternative reason for this deal is the Betamx effect - several different 'standards' (pod sizes/shapes), and sooner or later the weakest lose. Nespresso, with widest range of copies, will undoubtedly win, partly because those machines are usually the cheapest ;-)

To suggest interest is fading is much like saying 'Kids are sick of the Internet' - take a look at your local supermarket, or electrical store. They're here to stay.

You and I can only guess as to why, but the convenience, as well as the taste, is probably a factor. But many prefer the taste to 'classic' home brewed. And yes, they're big in Southern Europe, too.
1 Like #30
soldierboy001
The price tells you about the coffee from these machines. Anyone that says the coffee is good from these pod machines does not drink real coffee. pod machines have been discounted in stores in Spain for around a year and they don't sell because the Spanish along with the Italians know how coffee should taste. British will eat or drink anything that is foreign even though it doesn't taste like the real thing, like pizza and Indian food. But I do like a British Indian.

Nespresso does alright in Italy
#31
the milk frother on these is brilliant , it also makes very good hot chocolate. unfortunately it's not detachable from the coffee machine which although it makes very good coffee takes a long time and leaks everywhere. it takes about a litre of water and 2 minutes to get a third of a mug of coffee the rest of the water slowly leaking out if the machine. obviously mine was faulty but seen lots of negative comments about the build quality looking through review's. Took mine back to b&m after testing to make dodeca sure with the 20 or so assorted coffees that came free with it. decided even a working unit would be no quicker than the simple funnel filter I use that also makes very good coffee and the pods are more expensive and less eco friendly. Pity the milk frother alone doesn't come for a tenner not enough space on worktop for a redundant coffee machine.
#32
one in stock in hexham store :-)
#33
Anyone know if they are being sold in Retford
#34
Four left at Shipley, labelled £19.99 but scanning at £10
#35
Does anyone know if there are any in any Wìrral or Liverpool shops?
#36
goodlad
buy a moka pot cheaper and a lot better taste than pods.


Moka pots are amazing agree with you! love adding a heaped tablespoon of chocolate in the cup too...hey presto a Mocha from a Moka :)
#37
My local Asda have upped the price of these pods to 4.40,shame cause the coffee is very good and the frother is excellent

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