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Nespresso free delivery via phone for 200 capsules

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More for info than perhaps a deal but previously Nespresso charged £4.95 for delivery if you ordered by phone, that's now been abolished and it's free as long as you order 200 capsules. This was only … Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
More for info than perhaps a deal but previously Nespresso charged £4.95 for delivery if you ordered by phone, that's now been abolished and it's free as long as you order 200 capsules. This was only available online or through the App previously.
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Have you tried these in comparison? I actually prefer these to anything i've had at Costa or Starbucks. Also i find machines like Nespresson tend to make everything taste plastiky. Please don't get these confused with Kenco Millicano, while they are nice, are not a patch on Nescafe Azera

http://www.nestle.co.uk/brands/coffee/superpremium/azera
#2
Plasticky? Personally I think it's great coffee, capsules are aluminium with food safe film on inside. You can't compare instant (kenco, Nescafe Azera) to roast ground coffee, different taste and espresso is made using 9 bar pressure, not boiling water poured over the top. Each to there own in personal preference though.
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#4
Is it not still free deliver online for orders of 200+ capsules?

I usually order 200 at a time for this reason
#5
tanked
Is it not still free deliver online for orders of 200+ capsules?

I usually order 200 at a time for this reason


It is still free online for 200 but if you ever called them it was £4.95, so now they have abolished the delivery charge even if you call them as long as it's 200 capsules.
#6
I'm a complete noobie regarding these 'pod' type machines. I only drink latte's at Statbucks, Costa etc. but not very often.

Can these machines create a cup of coffee with a similar taste? If so what's the cheapest type of machine that would create a latte as easy as possible, also does the milk come contained in the pod and does it get frothed?
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paulj48
I'm a complete noobie regarding these 'pod' type machines. I only drink latte's at Statbucks, Costa etc. but not very often.

Can these machines create a cup of coffee with a similar taste? If so what's the cheapest type of machine that would create a latte as easy as possible, also does the milk come contained in the pod and does it get frothed?


A tassimo machine would be better for you. You can get Costa Lattes in pod form with the milk included. A Nespresso you would need to heat and froth milk separately.
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paulj48
I'm a complete noobie regarding these 'pod' type machines. I only drink latte's at Statbucks, Costa etc. but not very often.

Can these machines create a cup of coffee with a similar taste? If so what's the cheapest type of machine that would create a latte as easy as possible, also does the milk come contained in the pod and does it get frothed?


Forget Tassimo if you want a proper latte. Doesn't produce an espresso, the base for a latte and uses milk pods. Either Nespresso or Lavazza, both use fresh milk, produce a proper espresso with the correct bar pressure & they are both easy to use. Most John Lewis's have instore reps, go and have a look, try them too. Plenty of Tassimo customers say it tastes rubbish especially since they changed the milk pods. Nespresso wise you can pick up a machine with milk frother for £99.99 in John Lewis or they do a fully automatic one called DeLonghi Lattissima touch for £199, one touch cappuccino or latte plus hot milk only function. You'll actually get a better latte from either of the systems mentioned above than in Starbucks or Costa, subjective to personal taste of course. Hope that helps!
#9
Oh and as Nespresso and Lavazza systems use fresh milk, they are far cheaper to run than the Tassimo. Nespresso/Lavazza about 26-35p a cup & your own fresh milk, Tassimo about 55-66p a cup for a latte as using two pods.
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paulj48
I'm a complete noobie regarding these 'pod' type machines. I only drink latte's at Statbucks, Costa etc. but not very often.
Can these machines create a cup of coffee with a similar taste? If so what's the cheapest type of machine that would create a latte as easy as possible, also does the milk come contained in the pod and does it get frothed?

Honestly please just try Nescafe Azera, completely different to other off the shelf coffees like gold blend, its worth the risk of £3 - £5, makes a lovely latte
#11
cheers guys, think I'm going to try a Tassimo machine as I can get a Bosch one delivered from Amazon for less than £40. The pods are 3 for £10 at Asda at the moment so 24 latte drinks work out at 42p each so not a massive investment if I don't like it.

The separate milk frothing on the Nespresso sounds good but I presume it then need the dried milk washing out pretty soon after use. I know I sound lazy but I'd rather not have to do that.

thomps21 I'll get a jar of Azera first and see what that tastes like.
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paulj48
cheers guys, think I'm going to try a Tassimo machine as I can get a Bosch one delivered from Amazon for less than £40. The pods are 3 for £10 at Asda at the moment so 24 latte drinks work out at 42p each so not a massive investment if I don't like it.

The separate milk frothing on the Nespresso sounds good but I presume it then need the dried milk washing out pretty soon after use. I know I sound lazy but I'd rather not have to do that.

thomps21 I'll get a jar of Azera first and see what that tastes like.


If it's the aerocinno on Nespresso, it's non-stick so a simple rinse under the tap and the Lattissima milk tank can be refrigerated, also dishwasher safe. Your call on what you go for but I would highly recommend at some point you go to John Lewis or Currys and try Nespresso or Lavazza. Happy drinking!
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paulj48
cheers guys, think I'm going to try a Tassimo machine as I can get a Bosch one delivered from Amazon for less than £40. The pods are 3 for £10 at Asda at the moment so 24 latte drinks work out at 42p each so not a massive investment if I don't like it.
The separate milk frothing on the Nespresso sounds good but I presume it then need the dried milk washing out pretty soon after use. I know I sound lazy but I'd rather not have to do that.
thomps21 I'll get a jar of Azera first and see what that tastes like.

I've been researching coffee for a while now. It's started to become a bit of an obsession. I recently completed a foundation barista course and I'm leaning towards a pump machine for an authentic espresso. If you want a pod machine then I highly recommend going with Nespresso. They are the most expensive but you actually get a proper espresso. Nespresso encourages people to use fresh milk, as opposed to UHT milk with the Tassimo because it does affect the taste of the coffee. If you want cheap and cheerful then go with Tassimo or Nescafé. If you want the best quality coffee go with Nespresso or a pump machine.
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thomps121
paulj48
I'm a complete noobie regarding these 'pod' type machines. I only drink latte's at Statbucks, Costa etc. but not very often.
Can these machines create a cup of coffee with a similar taste? If so what's the cheapest type of machine that would create a latte as easy as possible, also does the milk come contained in the pod and does it get frothed?
Honestly please just try Nescafe Azera, completely different to other off the shelf coffees like gold blend, its worth the risk of £3 - £5, makes a lovely latte
Just bought a box of the Latte variety, 6 sachets for £3 so quite expensive a 50p each.

They do have a very similar taste to a real latte buy I've found them to be too sweet for me (I don't take sugar in my brews) and each sachet/serving has the equivalent of 2 tea spoons of sugar. Don't know why they cant leave all the sugar out and let you add it if required.
#15
paulj48
thomps121
paulj48
I'm a complete noobie regarding these 'pod' type machines. I only drink latte's at Statbucks, Costa etc. but not very often.
Can these machines create a cup of coffee with a similar taste? If so what's the cheapest type of machine that would create a latte as easy as possible, also does the milk come contained in the pod and does it get frothed?
Honestly please just try Nescafe Azera, completely different to other off the shelf coffees like gold blend, its worth the risk of £3 - £5, makes a lovely latte
Just bought a box of the Latte variety, 6 sachets for £3 so quite expensive a 50p each.
They do have a very similar taste to a real latte buy I've found them to be too sweet for me (I don't take sugar in my brews) and each sachet/serving has the equivalent of 2 tea spoons of sugar. Don't know why they cant leave all the sugar out and let you add it if required.

Fair enough, i would just use the Americano Nescafe Azera, in Milk. I buy the large size tins in bulk when on special offer, lowest i've bought is £2.50 each, about 20 tins lasts me about a year. (100g Tins)
#16
rakshai
paulj48
cheers guys, think I'm going to try a Tassimo machine as I can get a Bosch one delivered from Amazon for less than £40. The pods are 3 for £10 at Asda at the moment so 24 latte drinks work out at 42p each so not a massive investment if I don't like it.
The separate milk frothing on the Nespresso sounds good but I presume it then need the dried milk washing out pretty soon after use. I know I sound lazy but I'd rather not have to do that.
thomps21 I'll get a jar of Azera first and see what that tastes like.
If it's the aerocinno on Nespresso, it's non-stick so a simple rinse under the tap and the Lattissima milk tank can be refrigerated, also dishwasher safe. Your call on what you go for but I would highly recommend at some point you go to John Lewis or Currys and try Nespresso or Lavazza. Happy drinking!
Ended up buying a Nespresso Inissia with milk frother for £95 at Argos, just working my way though the free pods, I've also bought some compatible pods from Lidl at work out at 18p each and so far taste as good as the real thing

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