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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / German and Benelux (Belgium / The Netherlands / Luxembourg) Cooking / anyone have the senseo coffee maker..
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    anyone have the senseo coffee maker..

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    faith58
    Wed Dec 28, 2005 1:03 pm
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    PanNan wrote:
    I'm just floored that BurgerKing serves Douwe Egberts - now I know where I'll be stopping on my way to work in the mornings! DH loves his weak Folgers - so I don't make it at home. Now I don't have to miss out. Amazing what you learn on Zaar!


    PanNan When I first learned it I was sooo ecstastic too, I even called our local bk to see if it was douwe that they serve and yep it was. Now with my senseo I can have douwe anytime.. I use two pods for a cup of coffee, I just hit two cups but it goes into one. I love this stuff, drinking a cup now icon_smile.gif
    faith58
    Wed Dec 28, 2005 1:04 pm
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    Pets'R'us wrote:
    LOL..I can guess the naughty I think!..

    So you can buy them where you are...otherwise I would suggested sending you a selection of the different senseo pads there are many different coffee flavour senseo pads now.
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    LOL the naughty starts with
    N middle word E and last word N LOL
    I said that alot when i had hip pain and would collapse at home all the time,hehe
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    faith58
    Wed Dec 28, 2005 1:05 pm
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    - Carla - wrote:
    We just got a Senseo for Christmas - I'm not very fond of them. I find the coffee from the Senseo not as nice as traditional brewed coffee - plus it's expensive - I can make an entire pot of coffee for what it costs to make two cups with a Senseo.

    I suppose if you don't drink a lot of coffee then it is quite handy to have - but even with DE I still don't think it tastes as good as regular fresh brewed coffee.

    They do have kits now where you can make your own coffee pads. Have any of you seen/tried these?


    No I use double the pods so I really bad lol
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    faith58
    Wed Dec 28, 2005 1:07 pm
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    HeatherFeather wrote:
    faith58 wrote:
    HeatherFeather wrote:
    I have Senseo and I love it. Very easy to use and saves me money because I used to spend a lot at coffee shops. Easy to use too. icon_smile.gif


    Thanks heather, Did you see the newest one um tassimo, I was thinking about that with the teas but I am not a big gevalia fan and douwe is my favorite, Can you I ask you, do you use one or two pods for a cup of coffee?
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    I use 1 pod per small coffee cup. I like the senseo because it is very very easy and you can buy several different brands of coffer pods in any grocery store. The tassimo looks nice, but so far, only 1 store near me carries the pods for it.


    I checked the tassimo out but I didn't care for the coffee that the pot has to use. I have been using two pods per cup but I like it stronger.. Still trying to figure out what the foam is lol
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    Panda Rose
    Thu Dec 29, 2005 8:25 am
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    The foam is the natural oils from the coffee beans.
    When I first heard about the senseo machine I thought it came with a "milk" product in the pod so that you can have white coffee. These whiteners often have sugar in and DH is diabetic and so this would not be suitable.
    I now buy coffee for one at Albert Heijn. But senseo is becoming more popular and I sometimes cannot find them in the smaller shops when I go over.
    faith58
    Mon Jan 02, 2006 1:36 pm
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    I love mine pandarose and wondered what the foam was that came out while brewing. icon_smile.gif
    Vinho_Verde
    Thu Jan 05, 2006 8:43 am
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    - Carla - wrote:
    We just got a Senseo for Christmas - I'm not very fond of them. I find the coffee from the Senseo not as nice as traditional brewed coffee - plus it's expensive - I can make an entire pot of coffee for what it costs to make two cups with a Senseo.

    I suppose if you don't drink a lot of coffee then it is quite handy to have - but even with DE I still don't think it tastes as good as regular fresh brewed coffee.

    They do have kits now where you can make your own coffee pads. Have any of you seen/tried these?


    i got one too last march. have to agree with ya here...the coffee is not as nice simply because i prefer espresso. thick, strong, black, delicious and real coffee icon_smile.gif

    Consumentengids tested a similar ground coffee thingie [pictured above] but i remember they were not too impressed.

    maybe i'll give my Senseo to my Dutchie's father soon...but he already has one...or two.
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