OK. I may have to look into that then and double check they are aluminum (although not sure now as used the Lidl ones yesterday and they may be plastic on the outside (a shame as they are the best ones I've tasted and a decent price)). Thanks.
Nope - Starbucks supply bags that you just fill up and return to them :o)
I'm the other way round as prefer the Lidl expresso to thr L'or ones.
I agree with the others, Tesco, Asda usually at £2, sometimes £15, and Kenco (which taste better) was down to £13.xx.
I believe that the Lidl ones are aluminium, but will have to check. Don't you have to pull off the lid and wash all the coffee out of them before recycling them though?
Yes, it’ll probably most likely be the same two pods, but for the price of them, anything free is better than nothing:D
I presume this is the same sample that Tesco sent to me. It has 2 capsules.
try more times. every week,until you get any. I had few already! (cheeky)
I got it last time?
True, however they got neither my (real) birthday or phone-number :)
The stuff people will do to save 50p, I see they demand your Birthday and phone number to send this freebee
Use a new email to get the £5 off voucher, too :) I re-ordered mine after realising I could get 190 for £32.48.
I bought these the last time they were on (similar) offer. They are great, but then I do like variety, absolutely love the colombian and the Papua New Guinea. I think I’ll order more.
Depends if you want to try the range - supermarkets have a very small number of their selection.
hardly worth buying when some supermarket or other always has these at 10 for £2
£2 for a box of 10 in Morrisons at the moment. You won't find the variety of flavours on offer in this 'Grand Assortment' but at least you won't get stuck with flavours you don't really like or (the dreaded) decaff.
Deal has already been posted a month ago. However, these are excellent pods, and you can almost always get a discount on them directly using a code (think 190 capsules for <£45!).
Thanks OP going to do a blind taste test on the wife, her rational for not using the others is that they are plastic.
Best brand I've tried, subscribe n save at Amazon gets it to about 17p a capsule
A close second to the genuine capsules. And that's coming from a Nespresso snob. The packaging on the sample is rather wasteful (why the foam insert needed?). Cheaper than originals too by quite a percentage.
Deal already posted https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-lor-espresso-capsules-2861482
free gifts changed to 20more pods
Kenco ones (aliminium pods) are £3.50 (20) at poundworld, I think they are a fiver at Sainsburys. I think poundland also has a more extensive range of the basic ones 4 types now for £1.50 (10). When I tried the L'or plastic ones they were a bit leaky in terms of grounds coming through, not tried the aliminum one yet. Probably worth trying a smaller batch first.
i signed up to the newsletter but no code.
These are not exactly the same as those ones on offer in Tesco. Lots more varieties than in the supermarket. I’ve ordered few days ago with the £5 off for singing up to the newsletter, good price and good coffee. Amazon has offers on these, £17 for 100 capsules if you use subscribe and save, but only the supermarket varieties.
Surprised you don't like the Morphy Richards pods. I am a regular drinker of the After Dark and Kick Start varieties and quite like them. At less than 12p a pod, I think they are some of best compatibles on the market. I accept that if you don't like them then you don't like them in which case the cheap price doesn't really matter. My wife, on the other hand, prefers the Ristretto ones from Aldi which came out top as a Which Best Buy last year. I guess we all have our preferences. I must say that I was quite close to trying a pack of these from my local Tesco this morning. At £2 a packet of 10, they aren't too expensive.