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    Default Aldi Expressi or DeLonghi Nespresso

    Price difference I know, but just wondering which one you ladies think is best.

    I want easy to clean and quick to use.

    The Aldi one is on sale tomorrow so I've only just realized.

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    I don't know about the nespresso but the Aldi one is amazeballs!

    I bought DH one for his birthday this year and he loves it!
    I now love it as Aldi have brought out hot chocolate pods and chai latte ones sooo good.
    It's easy to set up and quick to use. IF you get it, get the milk frother too!

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    We have the Nesspresso Citiz and SIL has the Aldi one. The Aldi one does the job but I personally think the coffee is a bit bitter and not as smooth as the Nesspresso. I also like that the Nesspresso has only 1 power cord thingo where as the Aldi one needs 2 power points is you get the frother.

    What I like about the Aldi machine is that they have hot chocolate pods and chai latte pods as well as all the coffee pods, and the obvious price difference.

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    If you haven't tried the Nesspresso I would get the Aldi one as you won't know the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SK2BC View Post
    IF you get it, get the milk frother too!
    Is the milk frother similar to a coffee shops one with that stick steamer thing? I had a coffee machine years ago and I found I didn't use it much cause I was always paranoid I'd burn myself on that thing.

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    I got the aldi one it's great. It also takes the map coffee pods which is a very nice coffee and not as bitter

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    Nespresso = More expensive & MUCH nicer coffee IMO. I love my Nespresso machine!

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    The Aldi one isn't like that. It's separate. No burning at all!!
    You put the milk in, put it on its base turn it on - thats it.

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    Anyone know if the aldi pods fit the nespresso machine??
    Id love some hot chocolate pods, we have a nespresso machine

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    Random question but I have previously bought, and liked, the Aldi latte sachets. Has anyone tried these that has also tried the Aldi pods? How did they compare?

    Sorry I'm full of questions today


 

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