May 23, 2004

Making a Cup of Senseo Coffee

Brewing a cup of Senseo coffee is pretty darn easy. You simply fill up the water, put in the pods, put the cup under the spout, and push the brew button. But - what does that coffee look like? I brewed a nice cup of dark roast coffee for you to see the color and body of the coffee, the froth, and then the final mixed cup of cream and sugar. You'll quickly see that even after the cup is brewed the froth is very rich and thick.

Each of the thumbnails below holds a small avi video clip. I apologize in advance for the first two not being rotated properly - but we're on a budget at Single Serve Coffee.com. :-) You'll need Quicktime from Apple or Windows Media Player.
Brewing a cup of Senseo Part I
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Brewing a cup of Senseo Part II
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The Frothy Senseo Top
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Putting in Cream and Sugar
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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 23, 2004 10:25 AM

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What is this solismaster 5000 you speak of?


Posted by: Jay Brewer at August 2, 2004 8:37 AM

I am a new owner and fan of the Senseo system. I am also awaiting the reusable pod so I can use whatever coffeee I like which was really the only drawback to this system.

My only slight problem with the Senseo is that the coffee is just slightly not hot enough as I would like once I add cream. It's hot intitially but if you let your cup sit for a short length of time it's a tad cooler than I think it should be. I'm wondering if there is some (warrantee-voiding) modification of opening the machine and getting it to heat the water up more before it dispenses.
In addition to the Senseo I have a solismaster 5000 which is a great machine but 5 times the cost of Senseo.


Posted by: Dean martin at August 1, 2004 10:09 PM
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