If you really want to buy a Senseo for your loved one (and we suggest we do) - Phillips is offering a $20 dollar rebate on their $70 dollar machine - roughly making it $50 or less at most online stores. In our opinion - that's a total steal.
Imagine Christmas morning, you come down to the Christmas tree - and someone you love (and live with) gets a Senseo. Next for breakfast you will then get the most perfect cup of coffee ever. Do it. Buy the Senseo. You will not be sorry. OH! Imagine Senseo Single Serve Coffee with your New Years hangover....oooh!
November 11, 2004
Senseo in 3D anyone? Wild! The folks at Rich 3D have created an interactive 3D Senseo for you to play with. Check it out!!!
"The massive Dutch electronics firm, Phillips is rolling out their unique coffeemaker, Senseo, across North America and Europe. Koen's work at Xfer 3D Studio led his team to develop a working example. The North American office of Philips loves the effort and is positioning to compliment sales and marketing effort of the product with this."
Senseo Crema in 3D
November 5, 2004
Can you say beautiful? Wow. ANd supposedly improved? How do you impreove on Senseo? Well brushed aluminum is a start, and look at the controls? Very nice. Here's to hoping this comes out in the states as well.
Translated from Dutch:
"These newest Senseo® are not only a hoogstandje in the field of design, also the apparatus geruislozer is and qualitatively improves then the earlier versions.
With its very tight lines and thanks to the use of high-quality brushed aluminium a powerful and unique irradiation has these new Senseo®!
AS FROM!!! DELIVERABLE IN THE MIDDLE OF NOVEMBER
SENSEO® Crema VIP Aluminium
November 4, 2004
Wow. It's been Home Café news as of late, but you have to hand it to P&G, Black&Decker, and Mr. Coffee-they are pulling out all the stops to make Home Café a success. Currently they have the biggest variety of pod flavors for coffee, and now they are launching a red Home Café! We can't wait to get our eyes on this machine and it's nice to know that like the red Melitta we reviewed earlier & the red Senseo in Europe, maybe all the single serve coffee machines will come in red someday!
October 27, 2004
She's a beauty! Looks like it must make Ferrari like crema coffee! YUUUUUMMM!!!!!
Red Senseo Debuts in the Netherlands
October 24, 2004
Okay - we'll admit it. There's not a great deal to review when it comes to an Extra Large Reservoir for any coffee maker, except the fact that this accessory makes sense. Buy it. If you own a Senseo and enjoy the coffee, I'm pretty sure by now you are tired of refilling it. The Extra Large Reservoir holds 10 cups of water, and fit the Senseo perfectly. I really can't think of anything else to add even water - because my reservoir is only half full after brewing 5 cups of delicious dark roast Senseo coffee.
October 13, 2004
It appears that many of the T-Discs for the Tassimo system from Kraft, will be found the dairy aisle of your local grocer. They will contain milk and other perishable items inside the T-Disc. Wow. This should make marketing them very interesting in US supermarkets - as there are no coffee products in the dairy aisle minus creamer.
"The ingenious TASSIMO Disc (T-DISC) is designed to work exclusively with the TASSIMO machine. Each T-DISC contains a precisely measured amount of coffee, tea, chocolate or concentrated milk, and is sealed to protect the precious flavors inside."
September 23, 2004
Maybe we should open a sister site? :-) Nah. This could be a killer travel mug idea if you used pods and not ground coffee. I can smell a new "single serve" double serve maker yet!
"The Cuisinart® Two to Go® brews directly into two travel mugs that hold 14 ounces of coffee each. The attractive black housing and high quality stainless steel mugs look great in any kitchen. Convenient, travel-ready mugs have tight fitting lids and are ergonomically designed for a comfortable, slip-free grip. They fit most car cup holders, and their extra-deep sipping wells prevents spills."
August 1, 2004
We covered this earlier - but this new picture and shot really shows the beauty of this Bodum expresso maker.
"Sticker & caffeine shock. Espresso machines are never truly cheap, and this new one from Bodum doesn't buck the trend, but it does do a few things that others don't. First of all it is SMALLISH, second of all it is SHINY & CUTE, and third of all it has a REALLY COOL water system that is much easier than other machines to fill up (it fills up with a regular bottle of Evian or Poland Spring....). $499 at the Bodum Store (212.367.9125) or online. (via NYMag) MGR