senseo coffee pods 3 for a fiver
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senseo coffee pods 3 for a fiver

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Found 1st Dec 2007
senseo coffee pods 3 for a fiver packs of 18
dark roast
medium roast
decaf
instore and online

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Original Poster

why cold has anybody seen them cheaper? if so please tell

It's just that dishwater is usually free.

Original Poster

padair

It's just that dishwater is usually free.


maybe not for your taste but these deals are not personalised for just your taste im afraid.some people actually like the senseo.

padair

It's just that dishwater is usually free.


:giggle: :giggle: :giggle:

Coming from someone who infers that they drink Dishwater, One can only assume that you have extreme tastes!
I have had a Senseo now for two years+ it makes fantastic coffee. Assuming you are not a self proclaimed Coffee Expert :giggle:.



If you like a good coffee and do not feel the urge to fly off to exotic lands to select your own beans, take them to another country to have them roasted, then to another country to have them ground etc. etc. :whistling:Then I feel that any normal coffee drinker would find the Senseo, and this deal, just fab.

Nice one - thanks
I use the Senseo at work - much much nicer than the machine!

You are better to get a couple of the 'eco-pods' and use fresh filter coffee. You have no idea how nice filter espresso is thru the Senseo
The Senseo pods are only about £1.80 a pack in Tesco anyway.

Original Poster

£2.35 in tesco stalybridge since i can recall . just tryin to help

Original Poster

kinell

Coming from someone who infers that they drink Dishwater, One can only … Coming from someone who infers that they drink Dishwater, One can only assume that you have extreme tastes!I have had a Senseo now for two years+ it makes fantastic coffee. Assuming you are not a self proclaimed Coffee Expert :giggle:. If you like a good coffee and do not feel the urge to fly off to exotic lands to select your own beans, take them to another country to have them roasted, then to another country to have them ground etc. etc. :whistling:Then I feel that any normal coffee drinker would find the Senseo, and this deal, just fab.


nice one

Original Poster

forgot to say theres allways 1

paul870

£2.35 in tesco stalybridge since i can recall . just tryin to help



No probs, it's a good offer. They were £1.83 when I bought some at Chelmsford Princes Road last. They might have gone up since then though
Even then, this is £1.66 a pack, so that's awright.
For the record, I quite like the Senseo coffee pods. It's a bit mellow though, which is why I like the eco-pods with espresso in them. When I drink coffee, I like it to put me into outer space :w00t:

Coffee pods are £1.29 in Lidl (from 8/12) for 15 or 18 pods not sure if they fit the Senso ?

Cappuccino 15 Pods 105g
Vanilla 18 Pods 126g
Caramel 18 Pods 126g


lidl.co.uk/uk/…ar3

http://www.lidl.co.uk/C1256C790050C7BC/images/GB.07_9605/$file/07_9605_b.jpg

I also like Senseo coffee. Even though I've also got a Nespresso machine, you can't beat Senseo for price and convenience. I only drink the dark variety though.

Somerfield also run the 3 packs for £5.00 quite regularly, but last time I went there specifically for this deal practically all their stock was past the best use by date.

Shame you can't seem to get the Kenco pods anymore - they were the best.

SirHugo

I buy in rather large quantites :oops: from Coffeepodshop online, they just started doing Espresso ]http//ww…tml
And I have to say I love it.

http://www.coffeepodshop.co.uk/shop/pics/t_16388.jpg

They use a slightly different Pod Holder, but you can get a starter pack, as seen above.

Are these actually nice? There was some kind of coffee pod machine at work, and it was absolutely minging.

Yeah. Much much better than instant and easier than arsing around with a percolator and all the mess...
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