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#61 andiesenji

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Posted 21 May 2006 - 08:23 AM

Here is an update on availability of pods for the Senseo.

I have ordered several varietals and flavors from Baronet Coffee
Their selection is staggering. I sent a couple of boxes to a friend to whom I gave a Senseo machine for Christmas '04.

I am extremely pleased with these coffees. The flavored ones are quite strong. I use one flavored pod and one regular dark roast Senseo for a double cup.

The chocolate raspberry is amazing!
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Posted 21 May 2006 - 09:08 AM

The Baronets are excellent. I ordered a whole bunch of pods during the holiday season and got cinnamon and eggnog flavors. They also have Kenya AA and Kona pods that are excellent.
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Posted 21 May 2006 - 12:34 PM

The Baronets are excellent. I ordered a whole bunch of pods during the holiday season and got cinnamon and eggnog flavors. They also have Kenya AA and Kona pods that are excellent.

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I didn't order any Kona, because I still have some from another vendor. However I am most impressed with the Dark Guatemalan. In addition to the individua sleeves ofl flavored pods(7) , I also ordered the regular pod sampler and am going to order the Sumatra dark roast and the Kenya French roast in the Mega pod boxes to take to the office.
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Posted 25 May 2006 - 02:40 PM

hey y'all - it's been awhile, but I actually did wind up buying a senseo, and I absolutely adore it. The coffee is certainly a different animal from other brewing methods. But it's incredibly convenient and i'm enjoying the variety it affords me.


For awhile i was strictly getting archer's farms pods from Target - I dug their french roast, and tierra del sol, and I also liked Maxwell house hazelnut pods.

I've tried a few online places too - I have to say i'm not a big fan of Baronet's. I find most of their pod offerings to thin and lackluster. With the exception of the Guatemala. I like the Dark Guatemala quite a bit, altho it's quite acidic. My roommate addores their 100% Kona tho. She's going to give me a couple of those pods to try.

My personal favorite right now is Timothy's Italian Blend. I adore that coffee, it's nice and thick with a sweet dark-ish taste. Reunion Island and 52nd Street have some compelling pods too.

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Posted 25 May 2006 - 05:30 PM

Just received my first batch of pods from Baronet. Will post my 2 pence once I get a chance to try them for a few days.

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Posted 02 June 2006 - 06:18 AM

may i just say that this was an absolutely delicious flavored coffee?

I wrote a review for it too:

http://www.betterpod...ode=ALOHAISLAND

#67 andiesenji

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Posted 31 August 2007 - 09:56 PM

I am bumping this thread up because I have been playing with a new toy, a pod maker which produces excellent results.

I have tried the various pod filters and was completely dissatisfied with all of them. Not a single one of these, (in my opinion) overpriced gadgets, produced anything near a drinkable cup of coffee.

The Perfect Pod Coffee Pod Maker has worked exactly as advertised and I am very impressed.
I have used commerical espresso, French roast and Italian roast beans, freshly ground as well as flavored beans, also fresh ground.

I have upgraded as the newer models of the Senseo were introduced and currently have a "Supreme" which can be set to dispense a triple serving.

Pod filled for double+ serving.
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#68 Tangelo

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Posted 27 September 2007 - 10:34 PM

I recently added a pod maker to my wish list as well. How exciting to stumble over this thread and find that I am not the only one using this amazing little machine? And getting wonderful cups of coffee from it every day. I want the pod maker to experiment with some fresh ground stuff that has been tugging at my interest. Thanks for posting the review, AndieSenji, you cleared up the last of my doubts. Do you fine it pretty easy to use then? Are you making your pods fresh for brewing or making them in batches and storing?

#69 andiesenji

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Posted 28 September 2007 - 01:32 PM

I sometimes will make a few at a time, after roasting and grinding green beans.
I use a tamper to get the grounds firmly packed, and a small brush to clean the edges of the pod before sealing.
I also crease the base of the flap prior to filling, so it is easier to close it before sealing.

I have even tried flavoring the grounds, prior to sealing, using one of the Lorann flavoring oils, I did have to buy one of the precision droppers that dispenses half a regular drop.
These flavored pods go into a tightly sealed container - one with a gasket and a wire snap latch, to "mature" for a day prior to use.

The choices of the type of coffee are endless. A little powdered vanilla (the black stuff, not the sweetened vanilla powder) can be placed in the pod with the coffee., etc.
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#70 Tangelo

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Posted 29 September 2007 - 08:23 AM

Wow! That's so much more intriguing and impressive than what I plan to do with mine. I was just happy to find that I would be able to put really great coffee in pod-form. You are creating really great coffee to put IN your pods. And crafting some nice flavored stuff at the same time, I see.

Something occurred to me while I was reading your post. Coffee hits so many of the same notes as chocolate, it's surprising to me that no one has started an edgy boutique line of coffees similar to the really high-end chocolates. I would think some of the more unusual pairings that are being made by Vosges et al could be made with coffee as well. Or even a mocha line based on those sorts of pairings. Like imagine if you could get pods in Sumatra dark roast with Indian green cardamom, organic California walnut, and dried plum a la Vosges Calindia chocolate bar?

I think we are on to something, AndieSenji! Wanna start a coffee company with me? You can roast the beans and come up with the flavor extraction processes necessary and I will steal flavors from all the really great chocolate makers? Deal?

#71 andiesenji

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Posted 29 September 2007 - 08:47 AM

Ah. If only I was thirty or even twenty years younger.
My chocolate experience is limited - I am allergic to the stuff but love the aroma and have used the artificial flavor extracts. I do cook with it for other people but have to rely on others to taste the results.
There is such a huge competition in coffee and coffee products, that anything "new" is difficult to promote. In just the past year two, seemingly popular coffee shops here in my area, went bust for no apparent reason. One week they were "trendy" and a month later the customers had dried up. And there was no competition anywhere close by. Very strange.
I think your imagination will prompt you to come up with many flavor adventures.
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Posted 29 September 2007 - 09:14 AM

I just finished my third cup with a "little sprink a cinnimin" (according to my fave coffee companion, DGD#1, who actually favors a little coffee-nilla in hers).

I've been using my Senseo for three years now---a Christmas gift from DD, and I got in the habit of retiring it for Summer, going with the lighter drip or perk methods, but this year, I just let it sit in its counter-place, and had the good thick foamy stuff almost every morning, with just a few days of presspot-under-a-tea-caddy at the table.

I'm intrigued by the press-it pods, and will be off this p.m. in search of one of my own (Winter's a-comin'!). I did use the Excedrin-bottle method for a while, making up pods with the teensy filters, but this looks perfect, and I've got a LOT of lovely flavored coffees from gift bags from the children to use up.

Andie, you just know the BEST STUFF!!! :wub:
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Posted 29 October 2007 - 02:24 PM

Bought a Tassimo.
LOVE it! It has milk and 1 inch foam.

Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Lattes, Foam, Crema.
ONE machine.
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Posted 19 December 2007 - 05:41 PM

Bought a Tassimo.
LOVE it! It has milk and 1 inch foam.

Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Lattes, Foam, Crema.
ONE machine.

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I had a Senseo that I bought back in 2005 but last year switched to the Tassimo. Bed Bath and Beyond stocks the Gevalia pods for coffee, espresso, lattes & cappucinos along with the Sucard Hot Chocolate. I haven't gone back to check to see if they've added Tassimo to their subscription programs yet. Last year about this time they had just added the Senseo pods to a subscription program. I'm not a big fan of the lattes & cappucinos as the milk pods are shelf stable milk and its got a bit of a sticky mouthfeel to it. But I run through about one package of the Gevalia Crema coffee each week.

I'm not a fan at all of that other system the Keurig (or however its spelled). One of my clients has it at their office and I just find no matter what roast I use it all comes out watery and they use the Green Mountain pods for theirs. And I've never found Green Mountain to be a bad product so I think its just the machine that's at issue here.

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Posted 20 December 2007 - 04:30 PM

I've worked my way through several Senseo machines, buying the newer models as they became available. Currently have the "Supreme"
I have tried the other pod machines and have not been happy with the results. The Tassimo I tried sputtered and spit and never delivered a full measure of coffee into the cup. I may have had a defective unit but simply returned it for credit.
I tried the Keurig and did not find it any better.
I have yet to try the Bunn "My Café" brewer but read one review that said it was very good and another that said it was okay but too expensive at $270. but the place I found it, had it priced at $359.95, which is much higher.

I bought a Simple Human pod brewer for a friend who expressed a desire for that particular brewer and it is quite satisfactory but has a much larger "footprint" than the Senseo and for people who have limited space, not that handy.
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Posted 21 February 2008 - 06:50 PM

Maggie wanted coffee for her office so I bought her a Tassimo for her birthday. So far, she tells me she likes it very much. She has some coffee and some of the latte things. I had one cup of plain coffee from it and it was not a bad cup. I like mine strong and this was not. It was hot, however.

So far,so good. We will see how it holds up over time

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Posted 21 February 2008 - 08:13 PM

Oh I got a Keurig for my husband's office a couple Christmas' ago and they all love it. You can have such a wide variety of coffees and teas and hot chocolate too. I now have a commercial one in the bookstore that's plumbed in and I have over 25 varieties of coffee and tea--people love it. It doesn't come out watery or anything, it brews really well.

I think there's a special way to prime the pipes in the Keurig. There was a bit of sputter at first, but not now and it brews great. It's perfect for our needs.

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Posted 24 February 2008 - 05:34 PM

The pods to me are like those Totino's party pizzas. Compared to the real thing, for me, they don't hold up. But for what it is, it's fine. I'm such a snob about espresso and French press. Still though...it's beats the swill!

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Posted 22 October 2008 - 07:45 AM

I am looking to buy one of these pod machines and have looked at a number of them, (eg Tassimo, Senseo, Keurig) but I don't have any idea which one is best. The most important thing (after making a good cup of coffee) is that it be HOT. Do any of you have any opinions on which one is best? I have read all of the posts above but since the thread was started in 2004 and not too many comments are recent ones, I am wondering what people's favourite machine is. From the above, I'm thinking Senseo.

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Posted 22 October 2008 - 03:08 PM

I like mine so well that I brought one with me on my trip to New Mexico. While I like tea for most of the day, I really like coffee just after arising and I simply will not drink the stuff that is served in restaurants. I would rather do without.
I have my own water purifier along also (posted a photo of it and my teas and hot water pot in another thread).
As I like cream in my coffee, I put it in the mug first, microwave it to bring it up to temp, then dispense the Senseo Dark Roast into the mug.

Perhaps I am a bit obsessive but I intend to get help soon! :laugh: Posted Image

The very large mug shown will hold a triple serving from the Senseo - this is the "Supreme" model which allows the digital control to select one, two or three servings.
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Posted 22 October 2008 - 03:44 PM

Senseo for a time had a promotion where if you filled out a survey, you could qualify for a free machine (based on your answers). I actually qualified, but because I didn't have a US credit card, I couldn't get my machine! :sad:

(You needed the credit card to pay for shipping--$30, and the offer was open to US residents only)

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#82 Marlene

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Posted 28 October 2008 - 09:31 AM

I have a choice of a keurig platinum

or a breville

single serve machine. Of the two, is there an opinon which is the better one? Price excluded.
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Posted 28 October 2008 - 11:10 AM

I have a choice of a keurig platinum

or a breville

single serve machine.  Of the two, is there an opinon which is the better one?  Price excluded.

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When I bought Maggie her machine I did all kinds of research and ended up buying on price. Since both of the ones you link to use the k-cups it seems they each use the same process. I will say this, I bought Maggie the Tasimo and she likes it, but there certainly are a greater selection of k-cups than tasimo pods

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Posted 28 October 2008 - 12:42 PM

Thanks Mike. That's partly why I've decided on a K-cup machine. Right now, unless I'm missing something, the only difference between the two, other than price is that the Breville tank is slightly larger, and only has 4 brewing sizes and is stainless steel.
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Posted 28 October 2008 - 01:35 PM

I find Fratello Brothers pods to be extremely good. I had a Senseo but traded for a Bunn Pod machine. The Bunn seems to be extremely well made and because the spout is higher than in the Senseo, you can use a bigger cup for more coffee. The thing that I disliked most about the Senseo was the position of the spout.

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Posted 28 October 2008 - 03:56 PM

I find Fratello Brothers pods to be extremely good.  I had a Senseo but traded for a Bunn Pod machine.  The Bunn seems to be extremely well made and because the spout is higher than in the Senseo, you can use a bigger cup for more coffee.  The thing that I disliked most about the Senseo was the position of the spout.

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I considered the Bunn at one time, before I was given my first Senseo. I have owned several regular commercial Bunn units of various sizes and never had any problems with them.

I know three different people who opted for the Bunn pod machine and all have had severe problems. One is on their third machine in 2 1/2 years and it has begun leaking and not producing a full cup.
The price, considering the problems in the basic design that apparently have yet to be fixed, is excessive.
And there are complaints that reasonable customer service is sadly deficient.

I have several Senseo machines, have never had a problem with any of them (except one damaged when I broke the hinge of the top but that was entirely my fault).
I have given several as gifts to various friends and family and everyone has been very happy with them.

The spout height is adjustable on the later machines and my only (very mild) complaint is that they don't offer the extra-large water tank for the Supreme model. I have one in my bedroom as it is a long trek to the kitchen. I took one with me on a recent two-week trip. One of the older ones is resident on the deck during the seasons when it is comfortable outside.

One of my friends has a Simple Human pod machine and likes it very much. I know people who have the Keurig and are happy with it so there are several options out there that are reasonably priced and produce a good cup.

I wrote earlier in this topic that I got a Perfect Pod maker and found it works beautifully. Now I have extras because I don't want to take a chance on them discontinuing manufacture of it and me not be able to replace it. This has given me a vast range of coffees to use in my Senseo so I'm not limited to the few types readily available and don't have to pay the ridiculous prices charged by the specialty vendors.

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#87 jeffkarsondo

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Posted 12 February 2011 - 10:23 PM

The Senseo pods don't have the variety of the K-cup system does it?
I mean you can get almost anything in a k-cup these days from Kona to Hazelnut.

#88 andiesenji

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Posted 12 February 2011 - 11:45 PM

The Senseo pods don't have the variety of the K-cup system does it?
I mean you can get almost anything in a k-cup these days from Kona to Hazelnut.



That's true. However, I make my own pods with the Perfect Pod maker, that I've been using for a couple of years or so.

And I also have a refillable pod like this one that I purchased last September and which takes a finer grind that will work in the filter pods. It only works with the Supreme machines.
This allows me to use whatever coffee I want, including beans I blend and roast myself.
I've been buying my beans from Sweet Maria's and have been very satisfied.
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Posted 06 July 2011 - 04:09 PM

I'm bumping this topic up to report on a problem with a pod machine.

My friend Jeanette got a SimpleHuman pod machine abut three years ago and this morning it exploded - or rather part of it blew off while it was operating and she has severe burns on her neck, chest and upper arms, fortunately it missed her face. She is hospitalized and as I am not a family member I can't visit but her son phoned and gave me the news.
He said the machine has been working okay up to now, although it has not been producing a full cup so one has to do two cycle to get a full one.

They have been careful about cleaning it on a regular basis and always use filtered water.

I tried to find some online info about this brewer but apparently it is no longer being sold. Amazon has a product page but says it is currently unavailable.

This post is mainly a heads up for anyone who happens to have one of the SimpleHuman pod brewers.
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Posted 13 July 2011 - 06:43 PM

I have a shiny new toy!

First a bit of background.
A few weeks ago I lent my espresso machine (Saeco Royal Digital Plus - a "super automatic" that I bought in 2004) to a couple of friends who phoned me on the Saturday before Memorial Day, their machine had died that day and they had two parties planned for Sunday and Monday. One drove up, disconnected the machine and hauled it down to their home.

They phoned last week to make arrangements to bring it back but I told them to keep it. I don't entertain as much as I did and only used it maybe twice a year.

Today I took delivery of a surprise package, a gift from my friends. A thank you for giving them my old machine.

They sent me a Nescafe Dolce Gusto Creativa, made by Krups.

It's bright red, which I like and they also sent a generous supply of the capsules that this machine uses.

It's a bit more complicated than the Senseo but it produces very nice drinks, develops 15 bars of pressure so the espresso is close to that produced by more expensive machines.

The capsules are not cheap. The cost is significantly more than pods and these are not interchangeable with the Nespresso or other capsules. So far there are not many varieties available but apparently more are on the way. There are more available in the UK and Europe and will eventually get to the U.S.

The platform that holds the cup can be set at one of three levels. Here it is in the top position.
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This is the cappuccino - requies two capsules, one milk, one coffee.
This glass is on the platform set in the middle position.
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