October 25, 2013

Tassimo T47 Single Serve Brewing System

Tassimo T47 Single Serve Brewing System

The Tassimo T47 Single Serve Brewing System makes, coffee, cappuccino, latte, espresso, cafe crema, tea and hot chocolate. The Tassimo T47 will also work with all Tassimo T-Discs to deliver perfect lattes or cappuccinos with the touch of a button because of the patented Tassimo barcode reader. The Tassimo T47 and other Tassimo systems have a large range of coffees available, and our large set of T-Disc reviews should get you going after you purchase your Tassimo system.

  • Fully automatic one button operation
  • Removable water tank with 47 oz capacity
  • Automatic cleaning and descaling program
  • Low energy consumption
  • Immediately ready to brew drinks
  • Noise reduction system
  • Automatic switch-off after brewing saves energy 

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July 12, 2013

Limited Edition Summer 2013 T-Discs for Tassimo Canada

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SH has found the Limited Edition Summer T-Discs for Tassimo only available in Canada. If you like iced coffee and iced tea then these T-Discs are for you. We think the peach Tetley iced tea looks yummy, and the regular Tetley and iced coffee from Nabob look refreshing. Get them while you can!

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July 9, 2013

TASSIMO TEA BAR Sweet Black Iced Tea

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Tassimo has introduced a limited edition TASSIMO TEA BAR Sweet Black Iced Tea. You can enjoy this tea and cool off this summer with an ice cold glass. Garnish with a lemon to add a special twist or enjoy it plain in the shade.

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June 10, 2013

Review: Second Cup Caffe Latte T-Discs for Tassimo

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We come to an end of our Second Cup review series today by finishing with their Second Cup Caffe Latte T-Discs. A trend we've been noticing with new flavors lately is an updated label on the milk creamer T-Discs which makes them look similar to some of the European milk creamer T-Discs. While we've got nothing against sprucing-up labeling, we do however take issue with Kraft using the same color scheme as its European milk creamer T-Discs.

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June 7, 2013

Review: Second Cup Paradiso Coffee T-Discs for Tassimo

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We continue our Second Cup review series today by checking out a milder version of their Paradiso coffee found in their Second Cup Paradiso T-Discs. Once again, much like the dark roast version, these T-Discs are the size of the old Starbucks T-Discs or more common milk creamer T-Discs. Would this yield a stronger tasting medium roast or make things overly sour due to more amounts of acidity? Let's find out.

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June 6, 2013

Review: Second Cup Paradiso Dark Coffee T-Discs for Tassimo

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Second Cup may not be as well-known in America as Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts, but in Canada, they're much like Timothy's & Van Houtte as they've created a Canada-wide franchise chain of coffee shops & cafés which spans from coast to coast and are one of Tim Horton's & Starbucks' primary competitors. The company has had a rather storied past complete with its fair share of controversy. Founded in Ontario in 1975, the company quickly expanded to 150 locations by 1988.

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May 17, 2013

Review: President's Choice Gourmet Medium Roast T-Discs

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We continue our review of President's Choice Tassimo products today with their Gourmet Medium Roast T-Discs. Unlike their Great Canadian T-Discs, these aren't supposed to be clones or knock-offs of anything, but rather just a regular everyday store-brand coffee.

Brewing these T-Discs resulted in a mix of chocolate & smoky aromas with some faint raisin notes hiding underneath. Flavor was substantially better than their Great Canadian as this time we got stronger notes of smoke & dark chocolate which gave way to stronger sour notes in the acidity while things finished off with some oily notes and hints of mild smoke buried at the bottom end of the cup. Acidity was as we just mentioned, notably stronger with more pronounced sour notes at first sip which lingered around for a while before giving way to the spicier notes in the finish. We're starting to think that President's Choice should have named this roast as their Great Canadian since things were turning out considerably better this time around.

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May 10, 2013

Review: President’s Choice Great Canadian T-Discs

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President’s Choice is an in-store brand created by Loblaws grocery stores in Canada and they regularly release seasonal products which they’ve developed via their test kitchens, market research/focus groups as well as their team of chefs who travel the world to find source ingredients. They most recently rose to national fame when they introduced a new TV series/content via Food Network Canada called “Recipe To Riches” (currently within its 2nd season) where contestants from anywhere in Canada can submit their recipe to a panel of judges and compete to have their recipe/product featured on store shelves each week.

We expected President’s Choice to come out with a new kind of marinade sauce or snack product but they completely shocked the Canadian single serve world and took us by surprise this past Summer when they announced a partnership with Kraft’s Tassimo system and agreed to release their line of in-house coffees in T-Disc format. This would mark the beginning of Kraft branching-out more often and licensing T-Discs with many outside companies since their split with Starbucks. Unfortunately, Loblaws don’t have any stores in USA, so these T-Discs are uniquely a Canada-only product.

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April 15, 2013

Review: Corner Coffeehouse Sweet Caramel Latte T-Discs

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Today we take a look at the 2nd flavor in the Corner Coffeehouse series with their Corner Coffeehouse Sweet Caramel Latte T-Discs.

Brewing these T-Discs resulted in mild caramel notes during brewing along with some of the usual buttermilk notes from the creamer. Again, we were hoping for a stronger aroma, but since it was being concentrated into a 2oz espresso shot, we suppose we were probably expecting for too much. Flavor was a bit better as we detected light notes of caramel up top quickly followed by some of the espresso flavors, then a bit more tinges of caramel followed by sweet buttermilk flavors of the creamer at the bottom. As we neared the end of the cup, the buttermilk flavors & overall sweetness of the drink became more pronounced.

If something has SWEET in its name, you can damn well bet the final results will taste sweet and that is once more the case with these T-Discs. Unlike what we've been seeing lately, we didn't detect any chemical notes in the sweetness and things just seemed like natural sugar overall. At least that's something that Kraft took the time get right. Acidity was pretty much washed-out by the creamer but did yield some bite from the espresso at various points throughout the drink. It helped let the mild caramel flavors come through & would have just washed them out had it been any stronger.

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April 9, 2013

Review: Gevalia 15% Kona Blend T-Discs

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We decided to review something today which is somewhat cloaked in mystery much like the Caribou Obsidian K-Cups or the President’s Choice T-Discs. Today we review the Gevalia 15% Kona Blend T-Discs. These T-Discs were not widely advertised and the only place we’ve been able to find them lately was our local Bed Bath & Beyond retail store and the Tassimo Direct website.

It would appear you can also order from the Bed Bath & Beyond website if you don’t have a retail location near you. As far as we can tell, Gevalia 15% Kona Blend T-Discs are only available in USA. Seems a bit odd for Gevalia to be releasing a Kona coffee blend since there are still issues with the recovering Kona crops in Hawaii at the moment which have forced Keurig & others to stop selling Kona blends due to shortages or insufficient supply. Despite this, we appreciate the fact that they chose to incorporate a 15% blend since most blends a few years back were only 10%. It’s not much more, but hey, we’ll take what we can get.

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