Lavazza A Modo Mio Desea Coffee Machine £99.50 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Lavazza A Modo Mio Desea Coffee Machine £99.50 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 9th Nov
The Lavazza ModoMio Desea coffee machine with One Touch interface allows you to enjoy one of the 5 pre-programmed coffees with a single push.
Key features:

Touch interface with acoustic feedback

Pre-programmed recipes - 4 coffee doses (including a free dose) and 5 milk recipes

Quiet machine - just 43db while dispensing coffee

Electronically-controlled coffee temperature

Adjustable cup rack (2 heights)

Empty water tank alert

Used capsules drawer capacity for 10 coffee capsules

Used capsules drawer alert
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Wowza. Great price, lovely coffee
The capsule is not cheap. Waiting for Black Friday sale.
I think it’s even cheaper at Lakeland
Uses capsules.
There is no milk container. But milk foamer is included with the machine but it is like semi-automatic. See the video if you are going to buy this.

I would definitely go for a nespresso machine with milk container. But I don't think it will be cheaper. Why nespresso? Because there are many alternative capsules for nespresso brand.

Best option would be bean to coffee with mik container but they are hard to come by at decent prices.
Great price. Think that the quality of the Lavazza coffee is vastly superior to Nespresso. Added bonus is that Lavazza pods are now fully eco friendly and compostable.
angelordevil09/11/2019 19:26

Great price. Think that the quality of the Lavazza coffee is vastly …Great price. Think that the quality of the Lavazza coffee is vastly superior to Nespresso. Added bonus is that Lavazza pods are now fully eco friendly and compostable.


I agree about the coffee. Was disappointed to learn that the compostable pods are only recyclable by specialised recycling companies
sokratesagogo09/11/2019 19:32

I agree about the coffee. Was disappointed to learn that the compostable …I agree about the coffee. Was disappointed to learn that the compostable pods are only recyclable by specialised recycling companies


Why use a specialist company? I plan to compost them myself in my garden, as they're good for the plants. No obstacle.
sokratesagogo09/11/2019 19:32

I agree about the coffee. Was disappointed to learn that the compostable …I agree about the coffee. Was disappointed to learn that the compostable pods are only recyclable by specialised recycling companies


Yawn
angelordevil09/11/2019 19:35

Why use a specialist company? I plan to compost them myself in my garden, …Why use a specialist company? I plan to compost them myself in my garden, as they're good for the plants. No obstacle.


That’s what I was going to do, but rep in JL told me wasn’t as simple as that: Lavazza Eco Caps
Edited by: "sokratesagogo" 9th Nov
sokratesagogo09/11/2019 20:07

That’s what I was going to do, but rep in JL told me wasn’t as simple as th …That’s what I was going to do, but rep in JL told me wasn’t as simple as that: Lavazza Eco Caps


Yes, you can Terracycle. Equally they break down in six months when combined with food waste, so I'm going to take the optimistic view and do it myself
angelordevil09/11/2019 20:16

Yes, you can Terracycle. Equally they break down in six months when …Yes, you can Terracycle. Equally they break down in six months when combined with food waste, so I'm going to take the optimistic view and do it myself


Same here
If you really care about the environment use refillable capsules. I have done it over a year with my personal choice of coffee. You can buy them for nespresso or lavazza machines. To be honest I do not believe even if they say they are recyclable. They should not produce it in the first place because it is so much waste. But that strategy brings the money to the table for them of course.
Think about it why don’t we have affordable bean to cup machines? Are the coffee grinders too expensive? I don’t think so.
Divxtr10/11/2019 09:41

If you really care about the environment use refillable capsules. I have …If you really care about the environment use refillable capsules. I have done it over a year with my personal choice of coffee. You can buy them for nespresso or lavazza machines. To be honest I do not believe even if they say they are recyclable. They should not produce it in the first place because it is so much waste. But that strategy brings the money to the table for them of course. Think about it why don’t we have affordable bean to cup machines? Are the coffee grinders too expensive? I don’t think so.


Got a link for the refillable capsules - sounds good
sokratesagogo10/11/2019 09:51

Got a link for the refillable capsules - sounds good


I buy them from aliexpress depending on my budget. I used plastic and steel ones. Steel ones are better but plastic ones are not so bad at all. Choose wisely to your budget. But don’t forget cleaning and refilling all the time takes a toll on you.
Divxtr10/11/2019 09:57

I buy them from aliexpress depending on my budget. I used plastic and …I buy them from aliexpress depending on my budget. I used plastic and steel ones. Steel ones are better but plastic ones are not so bad at all. Choose wisely to your budget. But don’t forget cleaning and refilling all the time takes a toll on you.


Thanks, I’ll take a look. Guess the cleaning aspect is the appeal of a pod system over a bean to cup?
sokratesagogo10/11/2019 10:03

Thanks, I’ll take a look. Guess the cleaning aspect is the appeal of a pod …Thanks, I’ll take a look. Guess the cleaning aspect is the appeal of a pod system over a bean to cup?


Cleaning, refillng again, to make sure you have fresh coffee all the time as grounded coffee has a shelf time when opened/grounded (easy to manage if you use beans and a coffee grinder), keeping a steady minimum stock of refilled cups if you are going for no pods (when friends come over etc).

Because of all these I would like a good bean to cup machine with milk container available at an affordable price in the market.
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