All Nespresso Compatible Capsules at Fine Coffee Club 15p till 30/04 (Including Hot Chocolate & Tea Capsules!) - Order 101 or more items for free P&P
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All Nespresso Compatible Capsules at Fine Coffee Club 15p till 30/04 (Including Hot Chocolate & Tea Capsules!) - Order 101 or more items for free P&P

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Found 25th Apr
Was recommended these on a thread here on HUKD ages ago for Nespresso Capsule Hot Chocolate and this stuff is great. I usually pay 28p, but they're doing a special promotion across the site until the 30th where everything is 15p.

Minimum order is 101 "items". So I ordered 100 capsules (as you order in boxes of 10) but then add a sachet of descaler for 60p and you can hit the 101 on the dot.

£15.60 for 100 delivered.
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Pricewise they are of course fine, but i have observed for pretty much all non-aluminum capsules that they get stuck in the nespresso machine or they just don't play nicely most of the times, so i have decided to avoid them. If you ask me, the best nespresso alternatives (aluminum) are the L'OR ones.
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PS Yes, ive decided to try a box of the Breakfast Tea capsules to see if it works - will report back when they arrive and ive had a go.
Pricewise they are of course fine, but i have observed for pretty much all non-aluminum capsules that they get stuck in the nespresso machine or they just don't play nicely most of the times, so i have decided to avoid them. If you ask me, the best nespresso alternatives (aluminum) are the L'OR ones.
Bubuka831 m ago

Pricewise they are of course fine, but i have observed for pretty much all …Pricewise they are of course fine, but i have observed for pretty much all non-aluminum capsules that they get stuck in the nespresso machine or they just don't play nicely most of the times, so i have decided to avoid them. If you ask me, the best nespresso alternatives (aluminum) are the L'OR ones.


L'OR are crazy expensive!

The only beef ive had with these is the foil on the top. Sometimes it doesnt pierce all the way - but I get that problem with genuine capsules too.

Never had them stick in the machine - for reference im using the Latissimo - and the bucket is about an inch away from the mech and I think when you lift the lid it gives it a little tap.
Bubuka832 m ago

Pricewise they are of course fine, but i have observed for pretty much all …Pricewise they are of course fine, but i have observed for pretty much all non-aluminum capsules that they get stuck in the nespresso machine or they just don't play nicely most of the times, so i have decided to avoid them. If you ask me, the best nespresso alternatives (aluminum) are the L'OR ones.


Never had an issue of the plastic ones getting stuck.
Just beat me to it while I was ordering mine! I used these for the first time because of a wowcher deal and they're really not bad.

I'd recommend the Rwanda blend for cappuccinos & lattes, and the hot chocolates also come out pretty nice. The lungo is also OK for americano-style drinks.

I've never had trouble with these capsules getting stuck or anything.
Edited by: "FoleyIsGood" 25th Apr
FoleyIsGood3 m ago

Just beat me to it while I was ordering mine! I used these for the first …Just beat me to it while I was ordering mine! I used these for the first time because of a wowcher deal and they're really not bad.I'd recommend the Rwanda blend for cappuccinos & lattes, and the hot chocolates also come out pretty nice. The lungo is also OK for americano-style drinks.I've never had trouble with these capsules getting stuck or anything.


I think I used my first 20 chocolates experimenting with milks, cold, hot, frothed etc... The final solution, for a good measure was two capsules - straight up. No milk, no fuss. Lovely and creamy Hot Chocolate.

Is Rwanda the gold capsules? If so - lovely!
Silhouette25th Apr

L'OR are crazy expensive!The only beef ive had with these is the foil on …L'OR are crazy expensive!The only beef ive had with these is the foil on the top. Sometimes it doesnt pierce all the way - but I get that problem with genuine capsules too.Never had them stick in the machine - for reference im using the Latissimo - and the bucket is about an inch away from the mech and I think when you lift the lid it gives it a little tap.



The L'OR ones can be as low as 20p a capsule with s&s on Amazon and are by far the best Nespresso "compatible" pods available in my opinion.
Have you checked out Morphy Richards Coffee Club? Their pods are pretty decent (I'm on my second 100) and are always 15p each or less. (Free delivery if you spend more than £11.49.)
Good price! Wish I could find something similar for a dolce gusto or tassimo!
Aldi sell packs of 60 Coffee Pods for £10.14 (Free Delivery over £20) - can't comment on quality, though, as I just use ye olde cafetiere which is 16.9p versus this offer's 15.6p.

Just offering it as an alternative, or in case people don't already know.
Silhouette3 h, 14 m ago

L'OR are crazy expensive!The only beef ive had with these is the foil on …L'OR are crazy expensive!The only beef ive had with these is the foil on the top. Sometimes it doesnt pierce all the way - but I get that problem with genuine capsules too.Never had them stick in the machine - for reference im using the Latissimo - and the bucket is about an inch away from the mech and I think when you lift the lid it gives it a little tap.


I got some L'OR ones from my local Tesco for £2 about a month ago ... on offer. Have a look in your local.
I’ve just ordered about 200 !! Should have waited
Anyone know any decent compatibles for Dolce Gusto?
I stocked up on the Poundland offer that was posted here a couple of weeks ago Taylor's of Harrogate £1 for 10, Got 20 boxes. I did not realise you could buy hot chocolate are they any good
russwuss40 m ago

Anyone know any decent compatibles for Dolce Gusto?


Lidl do some good compatible ones
I've ordered 300 from these folks before. I'm quite the FAN lol

I've taken another 110 or so just because values. I mean, they are pretty great, I have good times with the Rwanda belend. I will try some others this time. I have quite a few left though, this may last another long long time and I hope they are ok after like 13 month.

Thank you for the post and the comments and all this hey
There's a revolving Capsule Stand (holds 40) on Amazon Warehouse at the moment - Used - Good, £3.35amazon.co.uk/gp/…TF8

Says "Suitable for Tassimo coffee pods only" so not sure how other brands compare size-wise.
I’ve had hundreds of the Aldi ones personally, my favourites are Espresso and Columbian. I have a Nespresso pixie clips machine and have never had any trouble with the clone or plastic pods.
louiselouise21 h, 31 m ago

Aldi sell packs of 60 Coffee Pods for £10.14 (Free Delivery over £20) - c …Aldi sell packs of 60 Coffee Pods for £10.14 (Free Delivery over £20) - can't comment on quality, though, as I just use ye olde cafetiere which is 16.9p versus this offer's 15.6p.Just offering it as an alternative, or in case people don't already know.


I bought loads of these as they were selling them off for 49p a packet in my local. The Brazilian ones are nice, the Cardamom and Spiced ones are horrible unless you make latte or cappuccino with them.

Never had a problem with them or any of the other compatibles I've tried (Taylors, Dualit) getting stuck in the machine (Krups Essenza).
morocco110 h, 24 m ago

I bought loads of these as they were selling them off for 49p a packet in …I bought loads of these as they were selling them off for 49p a packet in my local. The Brazilian ones are nice, the Cardamom and Spiced ones are horrible unless you make latte or cappuccino with them. Never had a problem with them or any of the other compatibles I've tried (Taylors, Dualit) getting stuck in the machine (Krups Essenza).



I've thought about a pod machine but the price of the pods puts me off. I have a Saeco Bean To Cup, and to be honest, I don't really like it...coffees seem quite bitter from it and I've tried all sorts of beans. I've actually went back to the crude and messy way of making coffee - a cafetiere.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Apr
Wish they were compatible with Lavazza A Modo Mio...
louiselouise9 h, 37 m ago

I've thought about a pod machine but the price of the pods puts me off. I …I've thought about a pod machine but the price of the pods puts me off. I have a Saeco Bean To Cup, and to be honest, I don't really like it...coffees seem quite bitter from it and I've tried all sorts of beans. I've actually went back to the crude and messy way of making coffee - a cafetiere.


See, I like bitter coffee Those Saeco machines are enthusiast-level gear, so you're probably not going to get as good a coffee with pods as with one of those. Their main selling point is convenience and their comparative cost of entry against bean-to-cup machines; i.e. mine was £110 and came with a milk frother, looking on Amazon, Saeco machines with equivalent functionality are £400+.

I only buy pods when they're on offer so I'm normally getting them for 10-20p a cup which I consider acceptable. I think I'd have to go with instant to get cheaper than that and... just no!

You can get re-usable capsules for the pod machines but they have mixed reviews. They can normally only be used to make Espressos (not Lungo), and the coffee is noticeably weaker (not to the point of being unpalatable, you still get crema, but they're not "black" coffees). I use a WayCap EZ which I paid over £30 for, so I'll have to use it around 200 times before it pays for itself, but there are cheaper options. The main draw is that I can use my own choice of coffee with it.
Tried the medium roast, does not taste that good... Too much acidity for my liking.
First time ever I had problem with pods. Plastic is too thick and my Krups is squizing pods instead to make holes. From some packs I have wasted 4-5 pods from 10. Also, don't you try ever to buy Hazelnut coffee pods. Disaster.
Edited by: "komar800" 1st Jul
komar8006 h, 48 m ago

First time ever I had problem with pods. Plastic is too thick and my …First time ever I had problem with pods. Plastic is too thick and my Krups is squizing pods instead to make holes. From some packs I have wasted 4-5 pods from 10. Also, don't you try ever to buy Hazelnut coffee pods. Disaster.


Yeah, my coffee ones were awful this batch

Annoyingly the Tea ones worked fine, but is just powdered white instant tea granules essentially.

However I contacted them and got a full refund on my entire order. Great service.

Ps this 15p sale is back on today and finishes at midnight tonight.
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