September 3, 2004
Pod Guide for Single Serve Machines at Cafepods.com Cafepods.com has a rather impresssive list of coffee pod machines and what size coffee pods work with different Single Serve Coffee machines and One Cup coffee makers. '"Our guide to espresso coffee machines and single serve coffee makers that can use pods or require an adaptor to use pods."
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Single Serve Coffee for all the latest news. Posted by Jay Brewer at September 3, 2004 7:13 PM
The Only ESE POD with Puerto Rican Coffee (125 ESE Pods)
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It looks like CafePods is no longer shipping to the US.
I cant buy them directly. Theres no shipping to puerto rico...
hi!! i"m from Puerto Rico and i'm new with the Home Cafe pods system. I'm trying to find where to buy the "new" cappuccino pods from folgers.
Y tried sometimes to buy it on Home cafe.com but theres no shipping to puerto rico!! snif!!
Does anybody knows where a can find it???
Thans a lot!(post the addrees here!)
It's good to note that - in general the bigger flatter Senseo/Home Cafe pod will fit into the 62mm category - the smaller ESE and Melitta pods are in the 44 mm range or slightly bigger.
This is fine for their own coffee, but do other pod sellers note the size of their brands? I haven't seen sites say 'these pods are size 44' for example...
A follow-up: the cafepods.com customer service people are responsive and will help you work this out. I think they are trying to fix the problem--I may be willing to try another order in the future.
Indeed. I got the same bill today, weeks after the coffee arrived and had been consumed.
I'm not going to make a fuss. I'll pay the bill, but I am not going to be ordering coffee from Cafe Pods anymore. The fee makes the coffee effectively too expensive.
I ordered some coffee and received it reasonably quickly. The quality was fine, but they have a problem with their shipping. A week after the coffee arrived, I received a bill from FedEx for $20 in "brokerage ancillary services fees," which FedEx said was for duties and paperwork related to importing food. I kicked up enough of a fuss that FedEx cancelled the charge, but cafepods.com needs to address this if they intend to ship coffee into the U.S.
UPDATE: I finally heard back. They've corrected my shipping address and my order is supposedly on the way.
Has anyone ordered from Café Pods after their US Launch?
I ordered from them on 9/9, my credit card was charged on 9/9, but my order hasn't shipped and emails go unanswered (I needed to add a company name to my shipping address.)