Coffee Pods! Coffee Pods! Coffee Pods!!!
You've spoken and we've listened. We will be featuring many upcoming reviews on coffee pods and more coffee pods. Expect where to buy and how good the entire experience is. To date, we've reviewed many of the players - from Aloha Island Coffee - to Coffeepods.uk - to Senseopods.com. It's been a mixture of different levels of quality from all the pod makers and the pod suppliers.
Also - check out our catch all Single Serve Reviews section. Located within each single serve machine we've reviewed is our impressions of the coffee - and attached to each article are reader feedback on the machine and often times the coffee as well.
And wrapping up - make sure and reference this killer Pod Guide for Single Serve Machines at Cafepods.com for what types of pods of what size fit what types of machines.
Here's just a few of the current reviews and other coffee pod info to help you research coffee pods while we get more reviews and information together.
Coffee Pod Reviews
Coffee Pod Canister.com Review from Single Serve Coffee.com
Home Café Cappuccino Pods Review from Single Serve Coffee.com
Easypods.co.uk Italian 100% Arabica Medium Roast 62mm Pods for Senseo Review
Easypods.co.uk Vanilla Pod Review
100% Kona Coffee Pod Review from Single Serve Coffee
Coffee Pod Suppliers
Pod Depot Debuts
100% Kona Pods from Aloha Island Coffee
Coffee Pod News
The Brewing Popularity of Pods
Podhead.com to Sell Senseo Compatible Pods
Easypod.co.uk Has Lots of Pods
Coffee Pod Info
Pod Guide for Single Serve Machines at Cafepods.com
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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 18, 2005 10:34 AM
I also wanted to say that I found this site very helpful in making my final decision to purchase a Senseo machine. I tried all the Senseo coffee pods, even the City Sensations which I had someone who was travelling to Europe bring back for me. For all them, I had to use two pods to brew one cup of coffee that was acceptable to me. That's why I'm particularly glad to find the pods available at podheads.com. They have 10 grams of cofee and are used in the double pod holder to brew one cup. The pods are individually wrapped and so are much fresher! I am still experimenting to see which variety I like best, but having so many to chose from is great. Thanks for the tip about podheads.com, and I sure hope Douwe Egbert cannot stop the production of coffee pods that fit the Senseo machine--that would be senseless--sort of like Apple deciding no one else should make Mac OS compatible software!
RD, you will really enjoy the Senseo, especially after about 1 month break-in. I tend to like to mix and match PODS myself. Lately I've been mixing and matching Senseo and Juan Valdez PODS, and I've liked the results. If you use your Senseo and make more than 3 cups a day, descale regularly. Also, buy the large water tank if the budget allows, or if your machine didnt come with it (Sams Club Senseo comes with it) It's a much nicer water tank.
Looking forward to some POD reviews!
I'm not a big blogger type, but your website was really helpful in deciding what one cup machine to buy. I finally got a Senseo this week and am enjoying it -- I've been debating the purchase since November. I shouldn't have waited! As the only coffee drinker in the house, I was getting tired of filling the pot, dumping the old grinds, washing everything, etc. etc. And there was still some stale coffee left in the bottom of the pot each day.
Keep it up, and I hope you'll keep reviewing new pods as the coffee companies begin to produce more for our one-cup demographic. Can't wait until more choices are out there.
R.D., Dallas, Texas