Bosch Tassimo Vivy and Nescaffe Dolce Gusto £35 @ Asda Living
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Bosch Tassimo Vivy and Nescaffe Dolce Gusto £35 @ Asda Living

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Found 9th Nov 2016
Tassimo Vivy and Nescaffe Dolce Gusto £35 Asda Living In store.
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online too
Anybody tried both of these machines, and have a preference?
Original Poster
asked today ladies in shop , they didn't know. just we found out that tassimo water tank is bigger. didn't buy any.
good find op, heat added
£34.99 in Argos
Biff bash bosh?
Nescaffe Dolce Gusto - black available for out of stock order on Amazon for £35 for anyone with with Amazon vouchers.
Dolce
Dolce Gusto does cold drinks as well.
So great for cold coffee in the summer.
I'm waiting for Black Friday should be cheaper
OOS
Anyone got a recommendation for glass mugs tall enough to hold a latte, i get a lot of overspill
MIB15

Anybody tried both of these machines, and have a preference?



I've had both and the tassimo uses an automatic bar code system on its pods so makes a perfectly measured drink. The dolce gusto is manual so you have to stop/start yourself when using milk/coffee pods which can be tricky to get used to. More expensive models have an automatic feature but I've not looked in to this.

Taste wise they are both good and feel like a treat. Tassimo edges it slightly with its Costa brand as well as others different choices where as the dolce gusto is all Nescafé and has some interesting options. Very tasty in their own right.

Dolce Gusto pods are slightly cheaper than tassimo costa pods and both can feel expensive in supermarkets when not on offer. But regardless of which one you choose,have a look subscribe and save with amazon as you can save a fortune.

If you've never had a drinks machine like these before then you'll not be disappointed with either choice, but for ease of use Tassimo edges it.
MrJinxy

Anyone got a recommendation for glass mugs tall enough to hold a latte, i … Anyone got a recommendation for glass mugs tall enough to hold a latte, i get a lot of overspill


Look at the volume of the drink then buy a suitably measured glass
timhill3

I've had both and the tassimo uses an automatic bar code system on its … I've had both and the tassimo uses an automatic bar code system on its pods so makes a perfectly measured drink. The dolce gusto is manual so you have to stop/start yourself when using milk/coffee pods which can be tricky to get used to. More expensive models have an automatic feature but I've not looked in to this.Taste wise they are both good and feel like a treat. Tassimo edges it slightly with its Costa brand as well as others different choices where as the dolce gusto is all Nescafé and has some interesting options. Very tasty in their own right.Dolce Gusto pods are slightly cheaper than tassimo costa pods and both can feel expensive in supermarkets when not on offer. But regardless of which one you choose,have a look subscribe and save with amazon as you can save a fortune.If you've never had a drinks machine like these before then you'll not be disappointed with either choice, but for ease of use Tassimo edges it.



Agreed.
Just to add that you can often find own brand Nescafé type pods in places like Lidl for a lot less, but never Tassimo ones.
However, if you register your Tassimo machine on their website, not only do they give you £10/£20 (depending on what offer is currently running) off of their disks, but on their site they have many varieties of drink you won't find in British supermarkets and all at similar prices. They will also regularly send you offers (free deliver, cheapest pack free, free glasses/ cups/ dispensers/etc) via email
chipiejohn

[quote=timhill3][quote=MIB15] However, if you register your Tassimo … [quote=timhill3][quote=MIB15] However, if you register your Tassimo machine on their website, not only do they give you £10/£20 (depending on what offer is currently running) off of their disks, but on their site they have many varieties of drink you won't find in British supermarkets and all at similar prices. They will also regularly send you offers (free deliver, cheapest pack free, free glasses/ cups/ dispensers/etc) via email



Thanks for that, I would never have known otherwise, I bought one for a Christmas present the other day so can include some money off vouchers with it now and get double the Christmas love!- sweet!
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