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Imagine how hard it would be to start a day without coffee. More and more people are noticing the difference between instant coffee and what a good coffee machine can offer. That's why coffee machines are becoming a big deal in the UK. All kinds of coffee machines can be found on the hotukdeals listings, always with big discounts. Read more
NESPRESSO by Magimix Inissia 11350 Coffee Machine - Black, £59.99 (UK Mainland & NI) at Currys on Ebay
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Good offer. Key Features The space-saving, black Magimix 11350 Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine works with fresh bean Nespresso capsules and creates delicious coffee shop favo… Read more

Also bought a Vertuo machine. The Inissia is great for shots, relatively small servings or about to jump on the car. The Vertuo worked out better in many ways if you like a large mug of coffee ~440ml…just avoid before bed (nerd) (shock)


Sold out now :(


Perfect, thank you!!


Got this exact machine for the wife for Xmas. Absolutely loves it - And we got the milk frother to go with it too. Usually buy the Amazon pods and they taste great.


Original and most shops sell alternative nespresso pods for original machines

Espresso stovetop 9 cup mokka pot only 7.99 at Lidl
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th MayLocalLocal
Picked up this big 9 cup mokka pot at Lidl Bedford. It's in their weekly catalogue so is a National deal! They have a smaller one for £6.99 too. 3 colours to choose from are bl… Read more

Yes it will be fine, as it's designed purely for hob use. Just remove it from the heat as soon as it starts boiling, and it will finish delivering the coffee nicely (y)


For Induction hobs too?


ooh enlighten me! What is this siphon you speak of? (lol)


Bet he doesn't even have a siphon, the absolute amateur. :{


You could take some beans of your choice to try in the machine.

X7.1 Iperespresso Black Coffee Machine £99 @ Illy
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
The beautifully-designed X7.1 Iperespresso machine features a steam wand that froths milk for creamy cappuccino and latte. Now £99.00 instead of £156.00

Lol I can't unsee the Koala now (lol) (lol) (lol)


Such a cute koala machine! (cheeky)


£6.85 for 18 capsules on the same website where they sell the machine.


Black model still in stock. Pods only. £16.70 for 21 on Amazon.


Does it work with normal coffee or you beed to buy pods?

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De'Longhi Traditional Pump Espresso Coffee Machine ECC221.B £66 @ Sainsburys (Chesterfield)
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th MayLocalLocal
Found these coffee machines in store at Chesterfield for £66 on clearance.

Best coffee... ASDA own brand at 1.45 per bag, makes 20 cups or Lidl own brand similar price.


TLDR - Most folks will get better espresso out of a Nespresso machine. Making decent espresso isn't easy. Some obsess over grind, dose measurement, 'tamping', precise water temperature control and flow time. There are a lot of hard-to-control variables. And finely (espresso) ground coffee goes off (oxidises) VERY quickly on contact with the air (because of its enormous surface area, for espresso extraction). I could also go on about fastidious cleaning** to remove old coffee remains/stains that spoil the taste. High pump pressure is necessary for espresso, but it isn't all you need to make a good cup of coffee! Getting one cup of 'decent' espresso with this type of machine isn't quick, easy or unskilled. (Been there!) Which is the genius of Nespresso. A cup of decent espresso is as easy as making a cup of instant coffee. It may not be truly great espresso, but its as close as the non-obsessive is likely to get at home. Machines like this one are likely either a gateway to a new hobby, or dusty clutter. Which it is depends on you. ** Even with a Nespresso machine, you can taste the difference if it needs cleaning.


Bought this probably just less than 2 years ago for £55 from Sainsburys. After 13 months it lost pressure and would not pump out coffee (dripped rather than poured out) UNLESS I used coarse ground and didn't tamp it down very much. Maybe I got a dud or maybe I broke it by either regular descaling with a liquid general purpose descaler, or by trying to use proper espresso ground coffee.. My advice: It has been cheaper, investigate safest descaler to use and don't use fine ground espresso, or if you do, tamper it down gently. :-)


Any of the finer Italian ground coffee such as lavazza rossa, lavazza oro, kimbo if you find it, illy if you feel posh... I’ve used Tchibo coffee (often available at very low prices in Eastern European shops). Or grind your own. ATM some Lidl’s are running an Italian week and have decent Italian roast beans in 1kg packs.


Can you recommend what coffee to use?