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    Default Aldi coffee pod machine?

    Anyone got one? What do you think of it? Also what flavour coffee is the best to start on? One that is closest to a coffee from the shop

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    Yes we have it and love it!
    Do drinks the blue one, I can't remember what it's called but she loves them. I don't drink coffee but I love the chai lattes and hot chocolates!

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    We have one at work and one at home.... The work one has made at least 5 coffees a day for the past 2 years, its GREAT! The frother is also good. I find it better and hotter than the nespresso frother. We use a range of coffees but most like Valetta the brown one.

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    I used mine daily till my good aversion to coffee kicked in (waah) I love it, and I like the Valletta one best too DH likes the stronger ones and still uses it every day. I call it my second baby. I had sort if mentioned it to DH once we moved that our new kitchen wasn't big enough for the full size coffee machine, but I did a sneaky and bought it while he was at work. After his first coffee he forgave me - he doesn't drink instant anymore because it is faster and way nicer to use the pod machine

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    Can anyone tell me about pelvic and lower back pain? This is my first and I'm finding it to be very uncomftable.

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    Absolutely love it! I get the blue or green pods they are level 4 & 5. The coffee is so yummy!

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    I've got a nespresso one but I've heard really good things about the aldi one from friends.

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    Sorry we don't have aldi but whats price difference to a nespresso?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Sorry we don't have aldi but whats price difference to a nespresso?

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    The aldi one is only $79

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    The nespresso ones is upwards of $249 depending on the model.
    I'm not sure of aldi pod prices but nespresso are between 69c and 89c.
    Can anyone tell me how many bars of pressure the aldi one has out of interest?


 

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