February 9, 2005

JavaOne Pods - Reader Reports

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Scott writes in:

"Received of the coffee yesterday and had to try a cup of each... Here is what I found:

Java One Costa Rican - Excellent coffee, very smooth fresh taste. I highly recommend it for the Senseo and would definitely purchase again. I might be a little biased because Costa Rican coffee is my absolute favorite. The crema layer was better then the actual Senseo pods by DE.

Java One Hazelnut Decaf - Bad news, stay away. Thought it might of been me so I had my wife try it as well. There is a bitter aftertaste, not much better then you would get at the local Circle-K. I will give it one more shot and report back.

Green Mountain French Roast - Very good, would also highly recommend. Makes a bold cup of coffee with a bright sweet finish. You have to use the double pod holder and make sure that the pod is positioned correctly.

All of the above mentioned pods fit well in the Senseo.. I would definitely go with the Java One Costa Rican as my top choice. I found the prices and service to be excellent at coffeegiant.com, order was shipped the same day it was received.

- Scott"

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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 9, 2005 9:48 AM
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Do you make tea and hot cocoa packets for this machine?

Posted by: Lucly lZweep at March 4, 2008 7:19 AM

I have a Senseo and find the JavaOne pods work and fit perfectly. I usually use the single cup maker. The taste is the best so far!!!!

Posted by: Steve Williams at March 18, 2005 7:19 AM

I've been using the JavaOne pods for about a week now - they seem to be too small for the double holder, and too large for the single holder in my Senseo - should I be forcing my Senseo closed, and using the single holder, or using the double holder and getting weaker coffee?
(I posted this same question on the other JavaOne thread, I was also unable to email the company, info@javaone.com got kicked back)

Posted by: Lenny at March 7, 2005 6:48 AM

Warning: I am a coffee wuss, who drinks coffee with half & half and sugar. I would love to hear what a more traditional coffee drinker thinks of the JavaOne pods.
That said...
I really like the JavaOne coffee. I have tried the Sumatran, the Costa Rican, the French Roast, and liked them all. You definitely need to use the smaller pod holder (the double just makes coffeeish water). I was most impressed though by their regular decaf. I've found that most of the decafs are awful, but this one actually tastes like coffee.

Posted by: Clay at February 10, 2005 7:38 PM


What size are the pods? Single? Double? How well do they fit the pod holder? Haven't gotten mine yet, that's why I'm asking.


Posted by: AndyJ at February 10, 2005 6:51 PM

Yes, the last one was Green Mountain.

Posted by: Scott at February 10, 2005 5:02 PM

Seems the last pod reviewed under the JavaOne review is actually a Green Mountain Coffee Roaster pod...not a Java One. Right? Just looking for a clarification.
Thanks...love this site.

Posted by: Farley at February 10, 2005 2:33 PM
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