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    Default Re: Caffitaly / Woolies coffee machine???

    Haven't read replys, I bought the one from target ($79)which uses the caffitaly system, love the machine but didn't like the map coffee pods. Saw the woolies one was also caffitaly and love the gloria jeans pods! Well worth buying either machine although I have not used the one from woolies. I am a coffee snob and love these

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    Default Caffitaly / Woolies coffee machine???

    I got my caffitaly machine today! Love it! It's really easy to use and 2 cups of coffee I've had today have been great. I'm now trying to find what other capsules fit in it as I would love to get some decaf and hot choc ones.

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    Default Caffitaly / Woolies coffee machine???

    I don't know about the coffee machine but I have the frother and am less than impressed. It has a very small capacity and the froth it makes is quite flat. Wish I hadn't bought it TBH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalcedony View Post
    I don't know about the coffee machine but I have the frother and am less than impressed. It has a very small capacity and the froth it makes is quite flat. Wish I hadn't bought it TBH.
    You should take it back, tell them it's poo and get your money back. Woolworths gets away with selling far too much crap these days.

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    If you have a look on the Map caffitaly website they sell hot chic and decaf pods. And different flavours of regular coffee. I couldn't live without mine!!

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    Default Caffitaly / Woolies coffee machine???

    Go for an aldi one instead!! They have yummy chai latte and hot choc pods too!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkIsTheNewBlack View Post
    Go for an aldi one instead!! They have yummy chai latte and hot choc pods too!!!
    Do they sell the chi latte ones in Aldi??? I am in brisbane and they didnt have any at Stafford, I am heading to Carindale tomorrow and I will have a look, are they Aldi pods

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabailey View Post
    Do they sell the chi latte ones in Aldi??? I am in brisbane and they didnt have any at Stafford, I am heading to Carindale tomorrow and I will have a look, are they Aldi pods
    You can just buy the Chai Latte powder without having to worry about pods. You just have to put the powder in the cup, pour milk over and stir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wigglemum View Post
    If you have a look on the Map caffitaly website they sell hot chic and decaf pods. And different flavours of regular coffee. I couldn't live without mine!!
    Oh, this is good to know, my main concern was getting stuck with bad coffee.

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    Default Caffitaly / Woolies coffee machine???

    The aldi pods should fit the woolies machine cause its a caffitaly one as well. The hot choc pods from target (map) are really yummy and the chai latte aldi pods are yummy too


 

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