Discussion in 'SMB' started by germanyjim, Oct 4, 2011.
Has anyone got one of these and is it any good. I'm thinking of getting one.
buy a stove top or a cafetierre and dont be a dick
Nescafe Gusto, Loads of different kinds to get, they are quality.
Got a Keurig, loads of different teas and coffees, no mess, good coffee. Bit pricey is the only down side.
Nespresso is good for decent coffee. Depends what you want to drink.
Epps will be inbound any second with his Lavazza Moda Mio. :-D
Get a cheap/mid-price espresso machine.....
Summat like this....
...you'll get a better result than a pod machine and it'll cost less in the long term using 'loose' coffee.
no need to waste money on a pod machine
Me boss has one of these fuckers in his office.
Really nice like, but the price is a bit too steep imo.
That's my machine. Its ace!
Cracking crema, and the steamer runs and runs without stopping, making lattes a doddle.
i got bored with mine, never use it now
This, particularly the bold.
Pod machines are for the likes of Howard Hughes.
We've got a nespresso machine at work. Used it every day for the first month or so but now I'm back to normal filter coffee. Much nicer imo.
This ^^^ I tend to buy a big bag of beans every couple of months and grind them when needed. Keep canny in the fridge too.
Indeed... its the king of the pod machines man..
Nespresso your just giving money to the "MAN" that is the Nestle conglomorate... you migth as well buy Nescafe..
plus you can't buy the pods int he shops.. at least with Nestle's gusto you can get the pods easy enough
i grind my beans every morning as part of waking up i used to buyy lavazza but get sainsburys taste the difference now, probably the fucking same beans
i can confim lavazza is a family business
I don't think there's any 'probably' about it!
arabica beans roasted , done
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