October 31, 2006

Senseo Colombia Blend Coffee Pods and Senseo Origins Variety Pack

Colombia 16Ct Web

First released in Europe last year, the Senseo Origins coffee pods are now available in the US. We've been covering the Sumatra coffee pod launch, but now you can also get Columbia, Brazil, and Kenya blend coffee pods. We've just received the Columbia Blend for review and will be running these pods through our Senseo Supreme to see how well they fair.

Origins Packages1

You can purchase these coffee pods in individual 16 count bags or in a variety pack that contains all 4 coffee pod blend flavors. The Senseo Origins coffee pods will work in your Senseo, Bunn My Cafe, Melitta One:One, simplehuman, and Krups Home Cafe single serve coffee pod brewers.

At Senseo Colombia Blend Coffee Pods or purchase the Senseo Origins - Variety Pack which contains all 4 coffee pod blend flavors.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 31, 2006 8:17 AM
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That's great that they're expanding their pods, but they don't individually wrap them. While I suppose Senseo's packaging is a little more environmentally friendly, I only get to drink coffee at home on weekends, so I think the pods would go stale.

Posted by: Ken at October 31, 2006 9:27 AM
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