April 4, 2006
March 28, 2006
We're pretty excited to compare the Senseo Cappuccino coffee pods to the Home Cafe Cappuccino coffee pods. Priced at $19.99 for 40 Cappuccino coffee pods at Amazon.com and others, puts the price per cappuccino at $.50 cents. Not bad. We'll give you the full run down very soon and may even try to get one of these into some of the other single serve coffee pod machines.
Made from the finest gourmet beans, these single-serve coffee pods provide premium coffee sealed inside their own filter for a smooth and balanced taste every time. The Cappuccino coffee pods offer a rich, creamy, frothy layer that will be sure to satisfy the most discriminating cappuccino aficionado. Depending on personal preference, the pods can be doubled up for a stronger cup of coffee, and for mess-free disposal, the pods are virtually drip-free. Senseo coffee pods are also available in Dark Roast, Mild Roast, and Decaffeinated Medium Roast. Made specifically for the Senseo coffee machine, the four-pack includes 40 fresh and flavorful single-serve coffee pods.
At Senseo Cappuccino Coffee Pods
March 3, 2006
Wendy from Typical Dutch Stuff sent in some interesting news regarding new T-Pads (okay in the US we call them Pods not Pads) from Pickwick designed for Senseo. The kit even includes a tea pod holder designed to brew up a better cup of tea.
As of March 13, Senseo and Pickwick's latest addition for the Senseo will be available for purchase. They have created four different tea pods: Tempting Red, Early Grey, Minty Green, and Lemon & Lime. We will be offering a special starters set, which includes all the new flavors and a special T-Pod holder for the Senseo.
More at Pickwick & Typical Dutch Stuff
January 31, 2006
Engadget has an interesting interview with Cesar Vohringer, CTO of Philips who makes the Senseo single serve coffee maker. It's interesting how good quality consumer electronics equates to good coffee. There's also some interesting tidbits about their new Ambilight TV tech that puts ambient lights behind larger Plasma and LCD TVs for a better picture. How about putting some ambient lighting in my Senseo?
You mentioned one example right now -- the Senseo coffee maker, for instance, is an innovation of putting together available technologiesand making it easy, simple, friendly and of good quality for the consumers. But there’s nothing revolutionaryabout the technology the Senseo uses. You can say the proposition is innovative. Also with the Ambilight TV. It’s again putting togetheravailable technologies but providing the user with a viewing experience which he enjoys. And this came out of a lot ofconsumer research, out of our home lab – we have a home lab here in our Innovation Campus where we portray anumber of these innovative concepts, and we have people living in that for days and experiencing that and giving usfeedback. So I think that over the last few years there has been a lot of effort put in the company to take a usercentric innovation approach and to begin to balance the technology strength of the company with the consumer insight.
At The Engadget Interview
January 16, 2006
Another new arrival to add to the review queue - it's the Senseo Gift Pack edition. This slightly redesigned Senseo features a shorter spout to accomodate travel mugs. Expect a full run down and comparison to our current Senseo in the Single Serve Coffee test kitchen (now almost 1.75 years old!) and our impressions of the Senseo Travel Mug and how the short spout improves the amount of mugs you can fit under your Senseo spout.
- Stand by function enables brewing another fresh cup of coffee at any time and auto off ensures that the appliance automatically switches itself off after on hour
- Gift Pack includes 2 additional bags of Senseo Pods, 2 Pod Canisters, and 1 Thermal Travel Mug
- Makes one 4 oz cup of delicious coffee in 30 seconds or two 4 oz cups or one 8 oz mug in 60 seconds at the touch of a button
- Using a unique patented brewing system from Philips and Senseo coffee pods from Douwe Egberts Senseo ensures the right balance of coffee and water for the perfect end result every time anytime
- To suit individual tastes Senseo coffee pods from Sara Lee / DE are available in various flavors Mild Roast Medium Roast Dark Roast and Decaffeinated
December 7, 2005
We wanted to remind everyone of this killer holiday promotion. Right now you can trade in your old used coffee machine and get a free Senseo. Need a good cheap gift and have an old coffee maker - this might be the perfect thing for you.
Trade in your used coffee machine and give a new Senseo machine as a gift. Out with the old and in with the new. Senseo is traveling all over the country — from New York to Los Angeles — with their “Drop the Drip” event. Participants can trade in their used drip coffeemaker for a free Senseo machine (retail value $69.99) by visiting senseo.com/dropthedrip or by attending a “Drop the Drip” event on the ground as they travel to 10 select cities nationwide. The events offer consumers the chance to sample Senseo’s coffee and partake in product demonstrations in a fun and interactive outdoor café setting. To date over 2,500 drip machines have been dropped. Senseo’s “Drop the Drip” campaign also supports America’s Second Harvest, a leading hunger-relief organization in the U.S., for each coffeemaker received Senseo will donate $1 to hurricane relief efforts.
At Holiday Guide - MSNBC.com and Senseo Drop the Drip
November 27, 2005
We're excited to say as promised the Senseo Holiday Edition is Available at Amazon.com for $69.99 and FREE SHIPPING. The holiday edition Senseo with shorter spout (though it doesn't mention it) is available at Amazon.com. It comes with all the things we said last month and is $69.99 with FREE super saver shipping.
At Senseo HD7810/80 Coffee Pod System with Holiday Gift Pack
November 19, 2005
Home Cafe has tried this and now Senseo? We're pretty excited to get some of these and try them out. I would imagine this is powdered milk of some sort with the coffee mixed in like the Home Cafe pods. Could be good - could be...
These Cappuccino pods, made for the Senseo coffee maker, give you cappuccino that's full of taste with a smooth finish. Included in this package are 40 flavorful pods for a creamy cappuccino. Senseo's special packaging guarantees maximum freshness.
At Senseo Cappuccino Coffee Pods
November 10, 2005
When it rains - it pours coffee pods! Thanks again to Wendy from Typical Dutch Stuff for sending us what we can't get in the US - more Senseo coffee pods in different roasts. Earlier this year Senseo put out Brazil blend, Sumatra blend, and Kenya blend coffee pods in Europe. We're pretty excited to fire up our old long nosed Senseo and Bunn My Cafe and try out these new coffee pod blends.
- Senseo Brazil Blend coffeepods *NEW* A subtle, smooth coffee, made with the best Brazilian coffee beans
- Senseo Sumatra Blend coffeepods *NEW* A spicy, strong coffee, but at the same time sweet and light fruity. The coffee beans come from Mount Leuser, Sumatra.
- Senseo Kenya Blend coffeepods *NEW* A sweet and light fruity coffee. The beans come from the hills in Kenya.
More at Typical Dutch Stuff and Senseo
November 9, 2005
Senseo Forbidden Fruit coffee pods have been the toast of Europe over the past few months and we're excited to say we finally have a set to review. Wendy of Typical Dutch Stuff has sent in these new pods that come in three new fruity flavors: Raving Reds (red fruits, spices, and vanilla), Lusty Lime (citrus fruits, vodka, and vanilla) and Summer Sins (orchard fruits, spices, and vanilla). We have been covering the Senseo Forbidden Fruit Pods for quite some time and they even have matching Senseo Coffee Glasses available for you to pair with your forbidden fruit brewed single serve coffee. Expect a full review in the coming weeks.
Related Articles: Senseo Forbidden Fruit Web Site, Senseo Forbidden Fruit Glasses, Senseo Launches Forbidden Fruits
Available at Typical Dutch Stuff