January 24, 2006

Lipton Tea Pods for Home Cafe Arrive for Review

Img 2042We are currently testing both the Mr. Coffee Home Cafe and the Black & Decker Home Cafe second generation products and are excited to try the new Lipton Tea Pods with these machines as well. Many readers write in to inquire about how they can make tea with their Home Cafe, Senseo, Bunn My Cafe, or other single serve coffee pod brewer. It's nice to see a product that is just for coffee pod machines but many readers have found using a tea bag or using loose tea wrapped up in a coffee filter also works quite well in the Senseo and Bunn My Cafe.

We'll keep you posted on how these tea pods fair in testing.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 24, 2006 8:01 AM

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I have purchased the GT300 Home Cafe Single Serve Coffee Maker. So far, we are pleased with the coffee maker. The coffee is nice and hot and flavorful. I prefer the colombian roast. The Latte does not seem to be strong enough but I will continue to try it. I am looking forward to trying the tea pods also. Please keep us informed of any new additions to this coffee maker.

Posted by: Shirley Stewart at March 3, 2006 8:11 AM
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