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    good coffee maker?

    any advice on a good cofe maker and a good price.
    lol what would i do without u guys tonight?

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    i will sell you my wife for about 8 quid she makes good coffee

    Original Poster

    lol bargain

    BeautifulBethy;2782647

    lol bargain



    youve not seen er just give us a fiver then

    Original Poster

    LOL swop u for my new barbaque thats gathering dust

    BeautifulBethy;2782670

    LOL swop u for my new barbaque thats gathering dust



    done :thumbsup:

    Read the ]John Lewis guide, find a coffee maker and then search the web for the best price.

    I have a Cuisinart Grind & Brew, bit expensive but makes perfect filter coffee.

    Firstly what type/types of coffee you looking for it to make? Coffee by the bucketload, or more speciality ones such as cappucino, espresso, latte's? Do you want a high pressure steam pump for frothing milk? I have two machines, a standard morphy richards for normal coffee's like ]this which is never off
    http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s308/harlzter/58-4229485A70UC488467X-1.jpg

    and this for espresso and cappucino
    http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s308/harlzter/511DD7YFNFL_SL500_AA280_.jpg

    Or you could have me who with the help of the above two makes excellent coffee :-D I dont come cheap though:w00t:

    Original Poster

    not to make bucket fulls just a good filter coffee for a married couple. thanks

    BeautifulBethy;2782705

    not to make bucket fulls just a good filter coffee for a married couple. … not to make bucket fulls just a good filter coffee for a married couple. thanks




    You thought about a Cafetiére if you only want a cup/mug each now and then? take less space up and make a good cup of coffee:thumbsup: Can get a good one by such as bodum for around £7/8 ish ]http//ww…ee

    I have one I take away with me when I go on holidays.

    I have this baby cos i love "hot" coffee, woouldn't trade it for anything

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    harlzter;2782724

    You thought about a Cafetiére if you only want a cup/mug each now and … You thought about a Cafetiére if you only want a cup/mug each now and then? take less space up and make a good cup of coffee:thumbsup: Can get a good one by such as bodum for around £7/8 ish ]http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-make-cafetiere-coffee I have one I take away with me when I go on holidays.



    I agree. I have a Gaggia at home for lovely coffee, but at work I use a cafetiere and it makes wonderful coffee.
    For anyone who thinks you don't get hot coffee this way - warm your cafetiere and mug with boiling water first, and warm your milk too in the micro for 10 secs. Very hot coffee every time.

    We have the Dolce Gusto, has a good range and they keeping giving us freebies through the door to keep you going

    Original Poster

    yeah was thinking of a cafeteria for myself as i have quite a small kitchen and i dont want to buy a expensive coffee machine that takes up lots of space that i wont use. also is it true the gusto pods are high cals? or did i dream that!?

    Original Poster

    i went to america a few months ago and now im a filter coffee addict

    BeautifulBethy;2784500

    i went to america a few months ago and now im a filter coffee addict


    Tell me about it! I drink around 10 mugs of filter coffee a day plus a few shots of espresso and a cappucino or two! Probably more than is good for me healthwise too. There used to be a good coffee called "rocket fuel" high caffeine with guarna a couple of mugs of that and it made you hyper! Sadly I cant find it for love nor money now :x

    Looks like its only available as instant or powershots rocketfuel.uk.com/

    Original Poster

    lol gosh nope im just one to two cups a day but i can be grumpy without it!

    I bought a lovely machine from starbucks which I also bought the grinder for too - but I am afraid that I have turned into a lazy c*w and have just bought myself a nespresso machine (le cube) which takes nespresso capsules which has filter coffee inside - you just pop the capsule in the machine - push the handle down and press the button (small cup or big cup) and hey presto lovely coffee - There is nothing wrong with my starbucks machine (as I'm moving I'm actually going to try and sell it at a car boot) and would recommend it to anyone who doesn't mind the preparation of coffee making - but for me like I said I'm now lazy - lol
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