Nescafé Dolce Gusto Jovia by De'Longhi Coffee Machine - Black £28 @ Amazon / Currys
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Nescafé Dolce Gusto Jovia by De'Longhi Coffee Machine - Black £28 @ Amazon / Currys

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Refreshed 12th Jan (Posted 11th Jan)
Product DescriptionWith its confident design, its classic black colour and its striking red cable, the Jovia by DeLonghi is a bold but beautiful addition to any kitchen. Boasting a mechanical lever which allows you to adjust the volume of your drink, as well as an easy-to-clean design, the Jovia is a great companion for crafting everyday coffee moments. There’s no need to go to your local coffee shop for high quality drinks, as this coffee machine in black takes your favourite NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto pods and turns them into something special every time. From classic coffees such as Cappuccinos and Espressos to iced drinks and a yummy hot chocolate Chococino®, this manual coffee machine is sure to impress with its maximum 15-bar pump pressure. Designed for everyday use, enjoy your drinks from breakfast to the end of the day, as well as giving extra ‘wow’ your coffee mornings with friends. With the Jovia® pod coffee machine in black it’s always time to craft your favourite drink, whatever the time or occasion. The Jovia® is also available in glossy white and cherry red, so you can find something that really fits your kitchen. For an extra shot of style, pair your machine with our specially designed cups and glasses, so you can show off your coffee creations at their very best. Coffee at home coffee will never be the same again!

its also price matched at currys available in black, red or whitecurrys.co.uk/gbu…tml
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Nicky55738 m ago

Do u know what they r called please?


Aldi compatible pods are called Alcafe Barista Moments. They have Latte Macchiato and Cappuccino versions. They are in boxes just like the Dolce Gusto pods.

Lidl do compatible pods called Bella Caffé. They have Latte Macchiato and Cappuccino versions. They are in bag packaging.

Also some compatible pods (I haven't tried) are available in Poundland for £2 called Café Berioni see deal HERE.
I believe Farm Foods also sell these.

You can get Malteser or Galaxy pods for around the £3 mark at Aldi or B&M, see deal HERE
These are nice and get approval from my DD.

Finally you can get Shmoo milkshake compatible pods for £1.99 from B&M, but IMHO I would avoid at all costs as they are vile! See deal HERE
Aldi sell alternative pods for this
Hgbnk_Bggj29 m ago

Lovely combination. Amazon (bully employer that is destroying the high …Lovely combination. Amazon (bully employer that is destroying the high street and independent shops) and Nestlé (horribly unethical in numerous ways)...great. Voted icy cold.


..bullying in the workplace? You're joking, right? Surely this doesn't happen anywhere that people physically run themselves down for minimal pay in a sheep led country that accepts mediocre governing so long as they can blame someone else for how it is?

They all do what they're allowed to do. If we're being ethical you're better getting a fishing rod, growing your own potatoes and attaching solar panels to the roof.
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Can u change the strength like u can with the mini me one?
Great price since Argos is out of stock I’ll buy this cheers
richje1001 h, 38 m ago

Can u change the strength like u can with the mini me one?



It doesn't have the auto shut off feature of the mini me if that's what you meant? You just turn it off at the hot/cold lever to your desired strength.
Point to note. Taller glass coffee cups don't really fit in this model. I've recently replaced an old Piccolo with a Mini Me from Argos. I tested this model at the time and the only way to get the tall cups in to this was to remove the very small drip tray completely, no such issue with the Mini Me (or Piccolo).
Rampantlion41 m ago

Point to note. Taller glass coffee cups don't really fit in this model. …Point to note. Taller glass coffee cups don't really fit in this model. I've recently replaced an old Piccolo with a Mini Me from Argos. I tested this model at the time and the only way to get the tall cups in to this was to remove the very small drip tray completely, no such issue with the Mini Me (or Piccolo).


I have a tall latte glass and the only way that I can get it to fit, is to remove both pieces that it stands on (the drip tray).
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Rampantlion1 h, 45 m ago

It doesn't have the auto shut off feature of the mini me if that's what …It doesn't have the auto shut off feature of the mini me if that's what you meant? You just turn it off at the hot/cold lever to your desired strength.


On the mini me version u got a sliding selector thingy so u can alter the strength of ur drink. Wondering if u got it on this one.
No alternative pods though. Expensive
1-2 month dispatch WOW
Aldi sell alternative pods for this
Get the mini me from Argos for a quid more, it has auto shut off too argos.co.uk/product/7987827
Edited by: "Spies" 12th Jan
lurvechops18 m ago

Aldi sell alternative pods for this


Do u know what they r called please?
What are peoples thoughts on these Vs Nespresso?
biz11110 m ago

What are peoples thoughts on these Vs Nespresso?


I'd recommend an actual espresso machine. But out of those two the nespresso is far better
Also available in white and red for same price
Nespresso is way better. If you like coffee the only pod machines worth having are Nespresso or Lavazza a Modo Mio. All the others are better described as hot drinks machines.
Nicky55738 m ago

Do u know what they r called please?


Aldi compatible pods are called Alcafe Barista Moments. They have Latte Macchiato and Cappuccino versions. They are in boxes just like the Dolce Gusto pods.

Lidl do compatible pods called Bella Caffé. They have Latte Macchiato and Cappuccino versions. They are in bag packaging.

Also some compatible pods (I haven't tried) are available in Poundland for £2 called Café Berioni see deal HERE.
I believe Farm Foods also sell these.

You can get Malteser or Galaxy pods for around the £3 mark at Aldi or B&M, see deal HERE
These are nice and get approval from my DD.

Finally you can get Shmoo milkshake compatible pods for £1.99 from B&M, but IMHO I would avoid at all costs as they are vile! See deal HERE
HooRah11 h, 49 m ago

No alternative pods though. Expensive



Incorrect.
richje10012 h, 1 m ago

On the mini me version u got a sliding selector thingy so u can alter the …On the mini me version u got a sliding selector thingy so u can alter the strength of ur drink. Wondering if u got it on this one.



No you don't.
Rampantlion13 h, 42 m ago

Point to note. Taller glass coffee cups don't really fit in this model. …Point to note. Taller glass coffee cups don't really fit in this model. I've recently replaced an old Piccolo with a Mini Me from Argos. I tested this model at the time and the only way to get the tall cups in to this was to remove the very small drip tray completely, no such issue with the Mini Me (or Piccolo).



I have had the same issue. The picture they show is misleading. Still does the job though, just will smaller glasses.
Lovely combination. Amazon (bully employer that is destroying the high street and independent shops) and Nestlé (horribly unethical in numerous ways)...great. Voted icy cold.
Hgbnk_Bggj29 m ago

Lovely combination. Amazon (bully employer that is destroying the high …Lovely combination. Amazon (bully employer that is destroying the high street and independent shops) and Nestlé (horribly unethical in numerous ways)...great. Voted icy cold.


..bullying in the workplace? You're joking, right? Surely this doesn't happen anywhere that people physically run themselves down for minimal pay in a sheep led country that accepts mediocre governing so long as they can blame someone else for how it is?

They all do what they're allowed to do. If we're being ethical you're better getting a fishing rod, growing your own potatoes and attaching solar panels to the roof.
Does anybody else use the ones from Aldi and lidl? Is it just my machine or do they take 4 times as long to fill a cup?
Also reusable pods on eBay. I use these.
I’ve just bought the same machine for £14 at Asda instore
These have been £28 in Asda for about two years
Yes mine has just arrived too. Thanks OP
HooRah13 h, 1 m ago

No alternative pods though. Expensive


Pounland do them £2 for 10 Caffe Bertoni various flavours, also amazon and others have a refillable one so use your own coffee mix in a bit of coffee mate sorted amazon.co.uk/dp/…591
89.99 xD
Had one of these and always found the drink luke warm, recently got a krupps machine and I am very impressed nice and hot much better than Bosch or De'longhi machines. Plus you can fit a giant mug in the thing too, and you can just dispense hot water for a cup of tea etc, without boiling a kettle so saves on power wasted as you just dispense the exact amount you want to.
Was £89.99 HAHAAHAHAHAHAA
About to have me some decaf coffee now
Rampantlion16 h, 28 m ago

It doesn't have the auto shut off feature of the mini me if that's what …It doesn't have the auto shut off feature of the mini me if that's what you meant? You just turn it off at the hot/cold lever to your desired strength.


I prefer to be able to manual switch it on and off
Best to go for the Dolce Gusto cafe au lait pods (3 packs of 16 currently £10 in ASDA)
as each pod contains both the coffee and the creamer. This means that you get 16 drinks
out of each pack. All of the other varieties contain 8 coffee pods and 8 creamers resulting
in just 8 drinks per pack.. The Lidl/Aldi compatibles may be marginally cheaper but I believe
that they too only offer 8 drinks per pack.
HooRah15 h, 11 m ago

No alternative pods though. Expensive


There is. Tesco and poundworld do them. This pic is from poundworld, there is also cafe pod or coffee pod available in tesco and online. Sometimes in aldi too.
MarkPoole15 m ago

Best to go for the Dolce Gusto cafe au lait pods (3 packs of 16 currently …Best to go for the Dolce Gusto cafe au lait pods (3 packs of 16 currently £10 in ASDA) as each pod contains both the coffee and the creamer. This means that you get 16 drinksout of each pack. All of the other varieties contain 8 coffee pods and 8 creamers resultingin just 8 drinks per pack.. The Lidl/Aldi compatibles may be marginally cheaper but I believethat they too only offer 8 drinks per pack.


All the milk coffee pods taste like they're full of fat and leave a horrible film on your teeth.
Anyone looking at these should try and find a deal on the auto shut off models. This is manually controlled. The water doesn't get as hot. Pressure is good so the 25ml style coffees are tasty and hot but the longer coffees 180 to 250ml struggle to keep heat through the whole drink making process.

I like my machine because it cost 9 quid, but I'd try to get a higher end nespresso one as there's more choice of pods and the real milk frothers offer a much better drink than using the UHT powdered stuff in the dolce gusto pods.

Also, the real pods are pricey in my book. And there is a real lack of alternatives although the do exist.
How does this compare to the amazing tassimo?
This is the coffee machine I got free from B&M on black Friday for being the first to buy a black Friday electrical item and it was £100 on Amazon back then. B&M was selling them at £28 from £59.99 on black Friday, it's a beautiful machine but the coffee doesn't come out very hot it's more luke warm coffee.
kevin.wakeUdo10 m ago

This is the coffee machine I got free from B&M on black Friday for being …This is the coffee machine I got free from B&M on black Friday for being the first to buy a black Friday electrical item and it was £100 on Amazon back then. B&M was selling them at £28 from £59.99 on black Friday, it's a beautiful machine but the coffee doesn't come out very hot it's more luke warm coffee.


Given the price of pods shouldnt they always be free? Get 'em hooked on erzatz "coffee"
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