May 23, 2005

Starbucks Espresso Roast Coffee Pods Available

313025Starbucks has finally put out some coffee pods, but I'm pretty sure these are espresso pods, and not meant to be used with your Home Cafe or Senseo type pod machines. I'll see if I can get a sample of these and find out. If they are ESE or espresso pods, I'll have to fire up the Francis Francis and see how they taste. Thanks to Joe for sending in this news tip!

Update: Indeed these are Espresso Pods and not for use with Home Cafe or Senseo. I will review these in the upcoming weeks with the Francis Francis machine or another one of the Espresso Pod machines that are coming in for review. Thanks to everyone writing in to let me know what these pods will fit in.

Starbucks Espresso Roast Caffeinated - Buy Starbucks Coffee Online -
A blend of coffees from Latin America and Asia Pacific, Espresso Roast has a dense, caramel-like sweetness and smooth, satisfying finish.With the help of Starbucks coffee pods, it's easy to create your favorite espresso beverage at home. Each pod is filled with fresh-roasted, ground and tamped Starbucks Espresso Roast, so there's no measuring, no grinding, no mess. Just a consistently delicious shot of espresso, every time. The coffee pods can be used with Starbucks Barista® and Starbucks Barista Athena™ Espresso Machines and most other espresso machines.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 23, 2005 7:32 AM
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I have used the Sarbucks ESE pods in my ESE machine and I have to say that the esspresso that they make is incredible. It brews a bit deeper (requires more pressure on the part of the machine) than with a loose grind but they are consistent and delicious with a very long after taste. The coffee truly does live up to its name as I believe one of the best esspressos available outside the home is at starbucks (not neccessarily so for coffee). Funny thing I found is that only ONE of the dozen or so starbucks in a 2 mile radius from me carries them regularly! The price is right too as it comes out to just less than 0.50$US per shot.

Posted by: Johann at September 19, 2006 9:40 PM

Usually when pods are marked for "espresso machines," then you are not able to use it in Senseo machines or any other single serve coffee maker. Their diameter is too small and won't fit.

Posted by: Wendy at May 23, 2005 12:13 PM

These have been out for a while, to work with espresso machines, they don't work in Senseo at all, just make light brown nearly clear water.

Posted by: mpowell at May 23, 2005 10:29 AM
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