Cheapest Essenza Mini at the moment DISCOUNT CODE KK37 £72.90 @ Debenhams
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Cheapest Essenza Mini at the moment DISCOUNT CODE KK37 £72.90 @ Debenhams

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Found 2nd Nov
use code KK37 at the checkout to get 10% off when you spend over £50.bringing the total from £81.00 down to £72.90, best price at the moment. i believe the code KK37 is valid for another 3 days, but im not 100% sure.

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Alternatively, a jar of Nescafe is about a fiver.

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Sam_Crow2 m ago

Alternatively, a jar of Nescafe is about a fiver.


you can't make an espresso with a jar of nescafe

one of these + pods, bean 2 cup + beans, or mccafe range (£1.29 a cup plus every 7th drink free)

anyone got any suggestions on which of these method will get me 'best bang for buck', i drink coffee around 3 times a week, maccys is 5 mins away by foot, no one else in my house drinks coffee. would love to hear input as i was initially going to buy bean 2 cup (after falling in love with the machine in the office) but not sure i'd recover my investment now in the useable life of the machine, would love to hear some thoughts.

solidsnake75329 m ago

you can't make an espresso with a jar of nescafe


Yes you can. It's called Nescafe Espresso. It's £4.49.
Edited by: "Sam_Crow" 2nd Nov

michaeljb12 m ago

one of these + pods, bean 2 cup + beans, or mccafe range (£1.29 a cup plus …one of these + pods, bean 2 cup + beans, or mccafe range (£1.29 a cup plus every 7th drink free)anyone got any suggestions on which of these method will get me 'best bang for buck', i drink coffee around 3 times a week, maccys is 5 mins away by foot, no one else in my house drinks coffee. would love to hear input as i was initially going to buy bean 2 cup (after falling in love with the machine in the office) but not sure i'd recover my investment now in the useable life of the machine, would love to hear some thoughts.


Would always be bean to cup no? Not sure of the exact breakdown in costs but i feel it would break even so to speak within a few years surely? plus the better quality coffee along with the freedom you have with bean choices. Its win win if your happy for the larger initial expense imo.

Sam_Crow50 s ago

Yes you can. It's called Nescafe Espresso. It's £4.49.


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Sam_Crow2 m ago

https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/297860961?sc_cmp=ppc*GHS - …https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/297860961?sc_cmp=ppc*GHS - Grocery - New*PX | Shopping GSC | All Products*PRODUCT GROUP297860961*&gclid=CjwKCAjwhOvPBRBxEiwAx2nhLj-znOT7p8JgJ9NDjcxXXsh3HJI3Aw0az6H9EQhWXzLBc39INIwL7RoC9G4QAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.dsActually down to £3.Deal!


you do realise an espresso can't be made with a kettle and a spoon

solidsnake7532 m ago

you do realise an espresso can't be made with a kettle and a spoon


Nescafe seem to disagree.

Sam_Crow5 m ago

https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/297860961?sc_cmp=ppc*GHS - …https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/297860961?sc_cmp=ppc*GHS - Grocery - New*PX | Shopping GSC | All Products*PRODUCT GROUP297860961*&gclid=CjwKCAjwhOvPBRBxEiwAx2nhLj-znOT7p8JgJ9NDjcxXXsh3HJI3Aw0az6H9EQhWXzLBc39INIwL7RoC9G4QAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.dsActually down to £3.Deal!


I want to assume your joking, but there really are people that naive, so im not sure (lol). That could be the dictionary definition of comparing apples to oranges.

Sawb1 m ago

I want to assume your joking


michaeljb1 h, 27 m ago

one of these + pods, bean 2 cup + beans, or mccafe range (£1.29 a cup plus …one of these + pods, bean 2 cup + beans, or mccafe range (£1.29 a cup plus every 7th drink free)anyone got any suggestions on which of these method will get me 'best bang for buck', i drink coffee around 3 times a week, maccys is 5 mins away by foot, no one else in my house drinks coffee. would love to hear input as i was initially going to buy bean 2 cup (after falling in love with the machine in the office) but not sure i'd recover my investment now in the useable life of the machine, would love to hear some thoughts.


3 cups a week says you are not really a coffee drinker, that would answer your buying question, do you really want a machine cluttering up some space in the kitchen? It would end up as a chore and not a pleasure, and gather dust. So I think you already have an idea in your mind of which route to go down.

quincemeister37 m ago

3 cups a week says you are not really a coffee drinker, that would answer …3 cups a week says you are not really a coffee drinker, that would answer your buying question, do you really want a machine cluttering up some space in the kitchen? It would end up as a chore and not a pleasure, and gather dust. So I think you already have an idea in your mind of which route to go down.


You are right i drink much more tea, and if i had never tried the bean 2 cup i wouldn't of been aware of what i was missing and could of ignorantly carried on drinking my mccafe range (which i know is also a bean 2 cup but for some reason, the beans perhaps, doesn't taste as good as the coffee at work), i suppose the real reason i asked this in this thread is because i was wondering if a machine like this will get me 80% of the flavour of bean2cup at 50% of maccys price over the life of the machine.

If i was a hardcore coffee lover i would already have a bean 2 cup machine, but since i'm not it was a genuine question, up till now i hadn't even considered pods just dismissing them as too expensive.

That alluring crema has a hold on me but i'm still a deal hunter at heart and don't want my every other day cup of joe leaving the bitter taste of high price in my mouth.

Perhaps you're right easier to stick with the maccys and save the sweet nectar as a treat for those days i actually venture into the office, too much of a good thing and all that.
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