February 21, 2005

New Senseo Pod Flavors - Irish Creme, Hazlenut, and Vanilla!

Finally! Senseo has new flavors from Europe! Just released today in the US - the three new flavors match their european cousins by being named after cities. As with every launch - there seems to be no pods available to order at the Senseo Store or Amazon - even though there are links to both. Hmmm...Well - we will send a few emails and see if we can get these babies for a review ASAP!

Img Killarney0-2 Img Vienna0-2 Img Paris0-1

• Irish Creme (Killarney) for Senseo
• Hazlenut (Vienna) for Senseo
• French Vanilla (Paris) for Senseo

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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 21, 2005 6:06 PM

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I got my order of these new flavors from Amazon today, all three flavors. So far I've tried Paris and Vienna. I really like the Vienna, I thought the Paris tasted like it had honey in it, which didn't thrill me. Tonight I'll try Killarney.

these things are way to expensive though having to use two of them. It comes out to around 53 cents for 8oz, whereas the CoolBeans and JavaPodz are 38 cents for 8oz.


Posted by: Hwan Valdeez at March 12, 2005 2:34 PM

in stock

http://www.senseostore.com/pods.asp


Posted by: steve at March 1, 2005 5:08 PM

Wow - I haven't seen Paris or Killarney anywhere here in Europe or the like. Here in France we have Vienna and Rio de Janiero, and in Holland they have Sydney, plus larger bags of Kenyan and Brazilian."


Posted by: Michael Atherton at February 22, 2005 8:17 AM
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