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Senseo MUG offers you the chance to drink your every day Mug of Coffee. The new Senseo has the ideal height between tray and spout fitting each coffee mug and offers the choice to select 1 cup, 2 cup or MUG size cup of freshly brewed Senseo coffee.

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Philips senseo coffee machine silver

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#1
Use mine every day, the coffee purists will probably slate it however I like the coffee the pods are about £2 for 18 (supposed to use two for a mug but I only use one, don't like strong coffee) only other slight downer is the coffee isn't that hot but again no biggie for me.

Lidl used to do some cheap pods too, not sure if they still do.
#2
You can get a re-usable pod that you can put your own coffee in. This then makes it a lot cheaper than the 20p.
#3
pound land often have deals on pods, i bought my coffee maker last year from amazon £25...a deal i found on here.
#4
I use mine every day, superb.

You can buy reusable plastic pods and put any coffee you like in them, saves alot of money.

Lidl also have pods that fit now and then
#5
mcbamo;2288429
You can get a re-usable pod that you can put your own coffee in. This then makes it a lot cheaper than the 20p.


Must learn to read when I first get up :oops:
banned#6
orlando08
Good price for the machine but beware..... the coffee pods you need to buy work out @ 20p each..... and they have so little coofee in 'em you can't cheat and try squeezing two cups from one pod......

Mine quickly found its way onto a shelf in my garage.......:x


Just changed my mind !!!!
#7
I never got a stong coffee out of mine - must be doing something wrong
#8
i like stronger coffee - therefore i buy the "dark roast" senseo pods, again, about £2 for 18.

one pod is enough for a large mug of coffee (using the "two cup" button) or if you want it stronger and a wee bit more "espresso-ish" then just select the one cup button.

as for hot - it is very hot when i drink mine, though not boiling.

don't forget - boil the coffee, spoil the coffee.

all in all, a really good investment - had mine for years now and it is spot on.
#9
Where can you get the plastic pods from to use your own coffee?
#10
Ebay, search for senseo ecopad
#11
Tillboy;2288790
Ebay, search for senseo ecopad

Cheers Tillboy :thumbsup:
#12
Here's dumb question as I know nothing about coffee maker.
I use half cup hot water and half cup hot boiled milk to make coffee. Is there any coffee maker that will suit me. :oops:
banned#13
hot boiled milk ??

adding the hot water makes it HOT so why would you heat the milk up?
#14
I've used Cafeco for coffee pods before. I don't have a senseo, but I believe they sell pods of good quality coffee, and cheap, for it.

http://www.cafepods.com/
#16
Genious_Gamer360;2289249
hot boiled milk ??
adding the hot water makes it HOT so why would you heat the milk up?

Half a cup of cold milk to boiling water will only make a cold-ish coffee I guess..
We make coffee with boiled milk anyway. :-D
Guess there aren't coffee makers to boil the milk and make coffee then.:?
Cheers.
1 Like #17
av_raje
Half a cup of cold milk to boiling water will only make a cold-ish coffee I guess..
We make coffee with boiled milk anyway. :-D
Guess there aren't coffee makers to boil the milk and make coffee then.:?
Cheers.


i microwave my milk for 2 mins 10 sec (depends on power ofc) and use it with instant
toast usually pops up just as its done :)

lidl sometimes have those pods on special but as with all their offers they are for a limited time so stock up if you like and see them.

edit: i use 400ml milk or so btw which accounts for some of my extra time to microwave but as others are using 30 seconds (not sure how much milk) then do in sets of 10 secs until you get the right temp so no accidents^^
1 Like #18
av_raje
Half a cup of cold milk to boiling water will only make a cold-ish coffee I guess..
We make coffee with boiled milk anyway. :-D
Guess there aren't coffee makers to boil the milk and make coffee then.:?
Cheers.


I put the milk into the mugs then microwave it - 30 secs per cup (so a minute for 2...) then put it under the senseo - nice hot milky coffee :p
#19
Thanks brilly and beara. :thumbsup:
Rep added.
1 Like #20
I can't think of any machines that boil up the milk first, well apart from the high-end over £200 mark ones that is (the Gadget show did a review of coffee makers a few weeks ago which was interesting, especially if you have a lot of cash to spend).

But, just to get my two cents worth - I have a senseo that I use every day. It's a bit creaky now, and leaks from time to time but I love it. For those who complain about the temperature of the coffee being too low, then just do what I do and warm the milk up in the microwave for 30 seconds - which is about the same time that it takes for the senseo to boil up the water in the tank. Easy!

Coffee pods are expensive, true, but you are paying for a much more enjoyable cup than instant coffee, and if like me, you are making coffee for only one or two people at a time then it works out well as you always end up putting a lot in a cafetiere which again adds to the price you pay.

I used to get my senseo coffee from Norway via ebay (worked out cheaper even with postage), but the exchange rate's not so good at the mo. Asda's prices are pretty good now though, especially if you go to the extra dark roast which allows you to get a bit more out of a pod, and there are a few competing brands that work with the machine as per previous comments.

Oh yeah, rant over, heat added (via microwave!)
#21
Thanks FunkyMonkeyDooDa. Rep added to you. :thumbsup:
#22
I was struggling to decide between this one and the Tassmino. Both looked good, but went for the Tassimo in the end as you can get hot chocolate and tea for it as well. It is quite a bit more pricey and I am not aware of any cheap discs or reusable pods for it, but I am extemely happy with it
banned#23
..1 Qty Ordered. Hope It Is Of Suitable Standard!
#24
Makes **** tasting coffee, whether you like it strong or weak. None of these fancy machines delivers. I endured one of these for a few months before binning it. My brother splashed out on a Tassimo, now sitting in his garage.

You can't beat a jug and a filter.
#25
Pods look a reasonable price on ebay. Ordered and heat added, thank you :thumbsup:
#26
I already have a blue one which I intend to take to work as work coffee really is s**t. I don't like very strong coffee but really like the taste of these pods. I also have the refillable pod and have you checked out the range of official Senseo Pods on ebay: columbian, kenyan etc. Some good bulk deals to be had and it makes the cappucino type too. You can even get a tea adaptor for it.

Just ordered 2 more; one for my kitchen (match everything else silver) and one for a friend.

Voted hot!!
#27
hey guys, where are the pods on ebay? I can't see any bar the eco pod.
#29
page not found mate.
#30
muttyhc
page not found mate.


this site filters out ebay that why I said to copy the link and replace *********** with ebay
#31
Got mine today thought id of got couple of free pods to try in it the tight git`s not to worry went to tesco purchased the cappacino £1.80 very nice indeed heat n rep added thx.

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