October 20, 2005

Europe: 14 Gram Double-Cup Coffee Pods from CafePods

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We just got a note from our friends over at CafePods. Though they are no longer shipping to US customers, they do ship all over Europe. We tried some of their pods last year and loved them. Now we know we just covered 12 gram Monster pods from Baronet, but CafePods makes 14 gram - double-cup pods. We also know that Aloha Island Coffee makes 14 gram double-pods as well.

From CafePods:

"We have been selling 14g 62mm double pods as we call them for sometime. Enclosed is a picture, you'll see they are not deeper as on the baronet pods you have seen to get 12g. We make them higher also, so the trim is in the middle.

If using them in the senseo you must use the double holder ( single just wont fit 14g of coffee ) and you cant use in a dry machine. IE if you havent used it for some time. If you just run a cup of water through the machine, which is a good idea anyway to purge any old water from the machine, then insert the pod and press down slightly to fit the pod correct the extraction is improved incredibily!This also works for 7/8g pods anyway."

We've found the wetting of the Senseo pod holder to get the best extraction as well. Okay - who's going to make the 20 gram Godzilla pod?

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 20, 2005 8:04 AM
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