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Amazon Brand Solimo Nespresso* Compatible Lungo capsules- UTZ certified, 100 capsules (2 x 50) £4.56 Prime / £12.56 non prime
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Amazon Brand Solimo Nespresso* Compatible Lungo capsules- UTZ certified, 100 capsules (2 x 50) £4.56 Prime / £12.56 non prime

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This coffee was grown by UTZ certified farmers who implement better farming practices, with respect for people and planet.
Nespresso* compatible capsules (* Not registered to Amazon EU S.a.r.l.)
Roast and Ground Coffee in capsules
100% Arabica
Sweet & mild
Strength: 3/5
Always ensure you follow the machine manufacturer's instructions
Store in a cool, dry place
Packaged in a protective atmosphere for freshness
Roasted and packed in Belgium
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Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each and costing just over 9p each, that's £18 Kg far higher than beans cost.
It might be a good deal for nespresso users, but the issue is that nespresso isn't a good deal.
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Showing as £8.23 for me.
me too
Discount applied at checkout
StockportGerbil07/07/2019 18:55

Showing as £8.23 for me.


Sorry, amended detail to highlight that discounts are applied at checkout
Ok thanks - I am getting £5.76. I'm drinking these at the mo and are happy with them for everyday use so have bought some more...
Got a cupboard full of these over the last few months... And now 3 more before my trial runs out. Grrr. Going to try to sell them to people at work I think.
might give these a whirl
Anyone had these before? How do they compare as they are a hell of a lot cheaper!
gradyoactive07/07/2019 20:16

Anyone had these before? How do they compare as they are a hell of a lot …Anyone had these before? How do they compare as they are a hell of a lot cheaper!


I've just ordered another 200, and find them very palatable. As long as you remember that they're 4.5p each and not 30p each like the genuine ones, you'll be fine. You can always add a flavoured syrup if needed
got some delivered this morning. best non official ones for the price
Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each and costing just over 9p each, that's £18 Kg far higher than beans cost.
It might be a good deal for nespresso users, but the issue is that nespresso isn't a good deal.
£4.94 for me
Thoughtful07/07/2019 21:06

Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each …Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each and costing just over 9p each, that's £18 Kg far higher than beans cost.It might be a good deal for nespresso users, but the issue is that nespresso isn't a good deal.


What constitutes a good deal then in your eyes? I'm looking for something that's got relatively freshly-roasted beans that isn't instant coffee, yet don't have the time to make a proper press/brew.
Thoughtful07/07/2019 21:06

Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each …Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each and costing just over 9p each, that's £18 Kg far higher than beans cost.It might be a good deal for nespresso users, but the issue is that nespresso isn't a good deal.


Plus its advertised by that tossbag Clooney!
Almost as annoying as Gareth Hunt and his wannky-handshake!
these are pretty good im on my 2nd batch of 50

i use one capsule with half a mug of milk and its pretty good
ijwia08/07/2019 02:07

these are pretty good im on my 2nd batch of 50i use one capsule with half …these are pretty good im on my 2nd batch of 50i use one capsule with half a mug of milk and its pretty good


how do you do that thought you could only use water in the machine?thanks for offer op!
r4008/07/2019 06:10

how do you do that thought you could only use water in the machine?thanks …how do you do that thought you could only use water in the machine?thanks for offer op!


Microwave the milk first and then add the coffee
hellop4nda08/07/2019 00:44

What constitutes a good deal then in your eyes? I'm looking for something …What constitutes a good deal then in your eyes? I'm looking for something that's got relatively freshly-roasted beans that isn't instant coffee, yet don't have the time to make a proper press/brew.



Sounds like you would suit a bean to cup type machine where you can put in the beans of your choice and it will produce the drink you want into the cup.
Avoid the press as it leaves the grinds to stew which extracts far more caffeine than espresso methods
Thoughtful07/07/2019 21:06

Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each …Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each and costing just over 9p each, that's £18 Kg far higher than beans cost.It might be a good deal for nespresso users, but the issue is that nespresso isn't a good deal.


True, but the nearest thing to a decent coffee. The taste can be exquisite and worth the cost. Not this one though. It is ok but leaves a bitter aftertaste hence the price. I mix it with other Nespresso compatibles to make a bigger cup thats drinkable.
omendata08/07/2019 01:12

Plus its advertised by that tossbag Clooney!Almost as annoying as Gareth …Plus its advertised by that tossbag Clooney!Almost as annoying as Gareth Hunt and his wannky-handshake!


Even thought of going for the Queen's poet laureate
Thoughtful08/07/2019 08:44

Sounds like you would suit a bean to cup type machine where you can put in …Sounds like you would suit a bean to cup type machine where you can put in the beans of your choice and it will produce the drink you want into the cup.Avoid the press as it leaves the grinds to stew which extracts far more caffeine than espresso methods


The Nespresso in my house gets used once or twice daily only - I'd go for that option if it saw more use as it seems like the beans would be sitting around for a while. Thanks for the suggestion anyway..
hellop4nda08/07/2019 12:42

The Nespresso in my house gets used once or twice daily only - I'd go for …The Nespresso in my house gets used once or twice daily only - I'd go for that option if it saw more use as it seems like the beans would be sitting around for a while. Thanks for the suggestion anyway..


....and, as we all know, old beans are has-beans
Ordered 2 boxes. Good spot.
Am I doing something wrong? It's £8.23 for me. Or £7.41 S&S.
winchman08/07/2019 10:30

Even thought of going for the Queen's poet laureate


Whoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...
omendata08/07/2019 22:55

Whoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...



You have such a way with words
pajast08/07/2019 22:51

Am I doing something wrong? It's £8.23 for me. Or £7.41 S&S.


Same, 2 boxes is £16
Oh and these are as good (if not better) as any £3 for 10 jobbies in tesco. Had 3 different amazon varieties, all great, and 2 a cup at this price.
Thoughtful07/07/2019 21:06

Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each …Nespresso is still enormously expensive, with pods weighing 5 - 8g each and costing just over 9p each, that's £18 Kg far higher than beans cost.It might be a good deal for nespresso users, but the issue is that nespresso isn't a good deal.


Nespresso is still enormously cheap compared to buying coffee at a coffee shop at £3 a cup because you don't have time to be a barrista in the mornings or deal with the hassle of bean-to-cup maintenance, stale beans, cleaning, etc.

A cup of nespresso coffee costs what, 70 pence when you include milk? That's practically coffee shop quality coffee, 100% convenient, lots of different flavors and intensities that you can switch between without having to commit to bags of coffee beans and waiting for a box worth to finish, and the sealed pods means you don't have to worry about stale coffee if like me you travel for work quite often (or unlike me go on holidays/away trips for leisure frequently). One day I might feel like a vanilla cappuccino, another day an intense "normal" cappuccino, and the next few days I might not be home.
rofldinho11/07/2019 12:42

Nespresso is still enormously cheap compared to buying coffee at a coffee …Nespresso is still enormously cheap compared to buying coffee at a coffee shop at £3 a cup because you don't have time to be a barrista in the mornings or deal with the hassle of bean-to-cup maintenance, stale beans, cleaning, etc.A cup of nespresso coffee costs what, 70 pence when you include milk? That's practically coffee shop quality coffee, 100% convenient, lots of different flavors and intensities that you can switch between without having to commit to bags of coffee beans and waiting for a box worth to finish, and the sealed pods means you don't have to worry about stale coffee if like me you travel for work quite often (or unlike me go on holidays/away trips for leisure frequently). One day I might feel like a vanilla cappuccino, another day an intense "normal" cappuccino, and the next few days I might not be home.



What you have stated are indeed the benefits of the system, and another is that should you be in a hotel where the system is used, and they want £1 + per pod in the room, you can take your own along and save some money.

There's not a lot of bean to cup maintenance though maybe a clean cycle once a month, and the real espresso machines do deliver a superior result - if they didn't every coffee shop would be using them!
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