Review: Baronet Coffee French Toast Coffee Pods
We've been testing the New Mr. Coffee Home Cafe machine this week and we've been using the new French Toast coffee pods from Baronet Coffee for our flavored bench mark. We've used these pods in the Senseo, Bunn My Cafe, and Krups Home Cafe as well to find out how good the new Mr. Coffee Home Cafe machine does against a formidable set of single serve coffee machines.
The amazing thing is how consistently the Baronet French Toast coffee pods are across the machines - consistent in making a very yummy - maple syrup induced cup of flavored coffee. We're nothing short of impressed by how the french toast coffee translates to each machine.
The coffee pods weigh in at 10.5 grams. That's a nice big coffee pod for your single serve coffee machine. These coffee pods will work in your Senseo, Bunn My Cafe, Krups Home Cafe, and simplehuman single serve coffee pod brewers that use coffee pods and since the Baronet coffee pods are individually wrapped, they'll also stay fresh for a long time.
We brewed our tests using the 7-8 oz settings on the Bunn My Cafe, Krups Home Cafe, Senseo, and the new Mr. Coffee Home Cafe generation II machine. We found the coffee to be quite good across all machines with the Bunn My Cafe and Krups Home Cafe being our preference for the most flavor. Both the Mr. Coffee and the Senseo held their own as well and did make a nice cup of French Toast coffee.
We would also like to note we prefer a shot of milk (Whole Milk) and a little Sugar in the Raw with our cup of french toast coffee. We'll often drink a darker roast straight up but often find the flavored coffees like a little "cream and sugar" to bring out the flavored taste.
We're going to give these a 3.5 out of 5 pods. Very delicious tasting and consistent single serve coffee across so many single serve coffee machines.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 26, 2006 8:42 AM