Will do, I have a load of coffee kicking around from some pact glitches etc
Do keep us updated please. There is an interesting one on amazon for £15.... https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mista-Barista-508887-Refillable-Nespresso/dp/B00NW6SEWU/ Lots of other types out there too but spending much more than £15 on one of these things negates the saving unless you are drinking a hell of a lot of espresso.
I have just placed an order for 20 boxes and the carriage cost fell to just £2.95 tracked. I have used both the Dualit capsules which have a great taste and seem to work fine in the machine. I have also used the Alcatel (Aldi) capsules that also produce a nice drink albeit at a much slower rate of dispense.
http://s.aliexpress.com/aUF3Iv2Q a nespresso coffee machine compatible stainless steel refillable coffee capsules powder hammer reusable cafetera Just ordered one will see what it's like
Hi All, I bought these from my local Waitrose and at first I was super impressed as the coffee was very good. Then I started having problems as said above and, if I'm fair, the customer service was brilliant and they seem to know they have a problem! Im sticking to originals. They're not that much more and if you keep a look out for the offers they work out cheaper and taste good every single time.
For those who cant get through on original link, i just got through on Your text here Its almost the same link but 07 rather than 06 after the 2015/ I use these and they are great alternatives to nespresso brand as they are mucho $$ As a tip for those struggling to get them to produce a decent stream of coffee, i simply get the tip of sharp knife and pop a few small nicks in the bottom (not the foil) as the machine struggles to make its own cuts in these particular pods but once you give the machine a hand, the coffee flows well. If you look at the base of the pods, there is a slight difference in the thickness of the plastic in a small ring which is roughly around the middle of the base of the pod if that makes sense as the plastic in this area is supposed to be slightly thinner to aid the machine making the cuts
Bought a 10 pack from sainsburys for £3ish. Coffee tasted great but capsules didn't always work first time
Cheers. I'll give them a try.
Posted 27th Nov 2014Posted 27th Nov 2014
Taylors of Harrogate Origins Rwanda coffee £1.99 at Quality Save£1.99
Bought this at Quality Save Piccadilly Gardens Manchester. Normally £3.99