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    Quote Originally Posted by 4fullstop View Post
    Yes!! If you like your coffee strong, don't go automatic.
    I'm the same. I like to go to specialty coffee shops and select my beans, and I always buy organic free trade.

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    Default Do you have a coffee machine?

    No I don't but I'm super jealous of all of you and your coffee machines!!

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    Default Do you have a coffee machine?

    We've had two different nespresso machines but recently upgraded to a Saeco Intellia. We got over the nespresso pods and decided to purchase our own beans. We live in the Swan Valley in WA so we go to a place here for our beans. But I'm not drinking any coffee at the moment as it doesn't agree with me!

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    We have a Gaggia .. Fabulous . Use it everyday !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BornToBe View Post
    Nope. They seem to be very common these days though. I really dislike the designs with a little individual coffee pod for each coffee, that you then pop out and chuck into landfill every morning. What a stupid design.
    Nespresso has a recycling option

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    My parents do and it is definitely NOT unused!!! I love good coffee

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    I have a Saeco Via Vienta and it is about 10 years old, but never misses a beat.

    It's fully manual, and I grind my beans for each cup. I don't like being held to ransom by pod companies (they're more expensive per cup, and I'm not hot on the flavours and strengths).

    I manually de-scale every 3 months, it has a milk frother that I use for DD, and a hot water spray.

    I use it every day, it's the first thing I say good morning to!


 

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