October 6, 2004

Coffee Pod Canister Review

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The folks at CoffeePodCanister.com were kind enough to send us along a Pod Canister to review. This canister fits Senseo and Home Cafe pods - so the 62mm pod type that are loose and not single packed are perfect for this coffee pod can.

The canister is from Brabantia - they make all kinds of things to store food, trash, you name it. The canister is stainless steel and includes an inner “lift system” so you can get your coffee pods out at any time.

podcanister_top.gifAfter we received the canister, we thought long and hard - what pods would we put in it? Would they stay fresh? We picked the Senseo Mocca pods we received from Senseopods.com just over a week ago. We made a cup of Senseo - and also gave the pod a big smell to make sure we could remember the freshness.

Well - it's now a week later and we are drinking another cup of Senseo Mocca and it's fresh!!! The canister does the trick.

So go get yours now!!! We are going to be ordering many more to fill with our non-single packed pods.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 6, 2004 8:10 AM

Recent Comments

I ordered two Canisters from the above site and they arrived today. they look and feel great. Solid seal with their lids. I bought a second senseo ( one for work and one for home) and with this second one I got two canisters from Senseo. I have to say, the ones from senseo are junk compared to these. I was going to order two from the typical dutch stuff website but two canisters with their shipping ws $65.16 and two canisters from this site with shipping was $32.75. Not to mention I recieved them 3 days after ordering.


Posted by: Harry G at November 27, 2004 5:44 PM

I also have a couple Brabantia canisters but mine look different. My lids match the various Senseo flavors. I got them from www.typicaldutchstuff.com


Posted by: Debra at November 13, 2004 5:57 AM

If one reads German or Dutch, lots of single serve accessories can be found at www.ebay.de or www.ebay.nl Canisters, even with freight, are less expensive...


Posted by: Stan C at November 1, 2004 12:47 PM

Agreed. The shipping does go down if you buy 2 or more.

Also - since the canisters are from Brabantia - you could always look around and see if you could get them for cheaper somewhere else.


Posted by: Jay Brewer at October 11, 2004 7:35 AM

Somewhat expensive when you add $4.95 shipping and
if you want more than one.


Posted by: Stan C at October 11, 2004 6:46 AM
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