The 120 milliliter Senseo Milk Twister from Philips prepares foamy milk for 2 cappuccinos or latte macchiatos in just under 2 minutes. With one button operation and non stick coating that leaves no milk residue, the Senseo Milk Twister is simple to operate and clean.
You can make hot or cold milk froth, or to heat up milk without frothing it. The milk is heated up to just under 70°C to ensure it retains its natural sweetness. The Philips Senseo Milk Twister sells for around € 80, but sadly isn't available in the US. It's also made to be used with the Senseo Twist - also not available in the US.
Senseo has recently left the US, but given the recent redesign and Senseo Twist model - perhaps they're about to return? Philips has introduced a new logo and the Senseo Twist model in response to the earlier Senseo losing popularity to rivals like Green Mountain's Keurig line and the Tassimo line of single serve coffee makers.
The Coffeeduck Second Generation ONLY works in the newer Senseo models HD7820-DH7824, HD7830, and HD7841-HD7842, and is a great way to use your own coffee with your Senseo single serve coffee maker. We've used the first generation, and found it to work quite well but there is the clean up when using your own ground coffee. This filter will also work best if you pre-moisten the coffee, and also warm up the filter prior to filling.
The Coffeeduck is dishwasher safe and lasts for years
This variety pack is a case of four coffee pod packages, each containing 16 single-serving coffee pods (64 total pods). Flavors include 10% Kona, Kenya, Colombian, and Sumatra Blends. We've tried all of these coffee pods in the Origin collection, and really like these over the original Senseo blends.
Still a classic, and still available the Senseo single serve coffee maker (read our review here) uses coffee pods and makes an amazing holiday gift. The Senseo Single-serve coffeemaker brews up to 8 ounces in less than a minute, and works with pre-measured sealed coffee pods that come in a variety of flavors (our favorite is their dark roast). The simple push-button controls for size selection and power make picking your coffee options a breeze, and theirs no messy grinding or flavor cross-over when brewing each cup.
With the cold temperatures of winter lingering in the air, Sara Lee North American Retail announced today a new partnership for the SENSEO coffee brand with Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc., one of the country's leading distributors of small household appliances. Just in time to warm consumers up for the holiday season, the partnership introduces two new single-serve machines to the small appliance marketplace, providing consumers with a great-tasting cup of top-quality coffee at an extremely attractive price point - $19.99 and $29.99.
SENSEO uses pre-measured pods to consistently deliver an exceptional cup of coffee at the touch of a button, without the mess and hassle of handling coffee grounds or having to clean up a coffee pot afterwards. Coffee lovers can choose among 11 varieties of SENSEO coffee pods to brew a fresh cup of coffee in either the new Hamilton Beach Personal Cup One Cup Pod Coffeemaker or the Hamilton Beach Stay or Go Personal Cup Pod Coffeemaker.
So that makes it all official. Senseo is partnering with a small appliance maker to get some new machines out. We'll see what we can do to drum up these two machines. For us it's an interesting move because Senseo has always meant creamy topped coffee, and we're pretty sure these machines will just make a straight up cup of coffee. Still these two machines may just be what consumers are looking for at the low price and simple features.
Unavailable until recently, the Senseo’s Supreme Single-Serve gourmet coffeemaker boasts an array of improvements designed to enable the consumer to further personalize their coffee experience at home. We really liked the Senseo SL7832/55 Single Serve Supreme Coffee Machine, and it's nice to see this more upscale model of the Senseo available again. The Senseo Supreme coffeemaker enables consumers to select their desired coffee size by using an interactive LCD display.
Unlike the original Senseo coffeemaker that brewed a maximum of 8 ounces, the Supreme can brew up to 10 ounces. The Supreme model also comes with an adjustable spout, which can raise and lower to accommodate different size mugs. You'll also be taking less trips to refill the reservoir because the Senseo Supreme features a 33% larger water reservoir - which means you can now generates four 8-ounce cups from a full tank. The Senseo Supreme is only available in chrome silver.
It's been a crazy year for Senseo with a recall of many of their machines earlier in this summer, and then the availability of the machine being scarce as Senseo refilled the retail channel. We've noticed that Amazon finally has stock of the Senseo SL7810/65 Single-Serve Gourmet Coffee Machine. This is good news for gift givers as the Senseo is always a great gift to get anyone started into the world of single serve coffee.
Single-serve coffeemaker brews up to 8 ounces in less than a minute
Works with pre-measured sealed coffee pods that come in a variety of flavors
Simple push-button controls for size selection and power
No messy grinding or flavor cross-over; dishwasher-safe parts
Senseo was kind enough to send over a sample bag of their new 10% Kona Coffee Blend coffee pods to review, and we're glad they did. We've been anticipating how good these coffee pods would and could be, and are pleased to say up front - pretty darn good (think Larry David saying that). Kona Coffee tends to be milder and easier on the stomach and palette, and the 10% Kona Coffee blend coffee pods are no exception.
We've yet to try the Cafe Noir Senseo coffee pods, but many readers and reviewers claim an almost french roast like flavor with a full body. We're game, and think it's nice to see Senseo having a full roundup of coffee pods instead of just light, medium, and bold.
Senseo has released a Breakfast Blend Coffee Pod for your Senseo or other single serve coffee pod brewer. The breakfast blend coffee pods are on the milder side, and are a welcome addition to the Senseo line of coffee pods. You may also want to check out their Senseo Kona Blend coffee pods we featured earlier this month as well.
We've recently received the Senseo Quadrante from Europe from Senseo's PR agency, and thought an unboxing was in order. Given the power convertor issues we've had trying to get the machine to run on a US circuit, we're not sure if we'll fully be able to review the Senseo Quadrante in the short term. Regardless, the machine in person is really stunning. The design lines are clean, and the refresh to a cube form welcome.
The double pod holder is loose on top.
The machine features the same one cup and double cup buttons, along with a redesigned water reservoir that is much easier to grip and hold. The big change is the coffee pod drawer area - the entire top pops open for you to put your single or set of coffee pods into.
That's right you can save $12 when you buy three or more on eligible Senseo pods sold by Amazon.com. This discount will be reflected in your cart at checkout. Offer valid through September 30, 2009, so get cracking!
AO: Any idea if this is a conical or a disc read more betty: we just bought the t47 after returning our 3rd machine read more cas lencheski rn: What a terrible product...I bought this at our local food read more Izepp: Which single serve Nespresso machine can take refillable pods? What read more Rik Crosby: $2/cup is hardly "a few cents more" than other kcups. read more