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    Default Caffitaly / Woolies coffee machine???

    I bought one today!!

    Haven't tested it yet (...bought a coffee at the shops).

    I got the Gloria Jeans coffee to give a try first.

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    I tried the Adli ones in my Map caffitaly machine and they don't fit. I just order the pods online and delivery within 48hrs. But I'd be happy to try others. šŸ˜ƒ

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    Default Caffitaly / Woolies coffee machine???

    Just tried the Gloria jeans pods in my Aldi machine. Worked a treat! But I do enjoy the Aldi pods too - they are just harder for me to get because the closest Aldi is 3 hours away, so it is great to be able to get pods that fit my machine from the closest woollies store.

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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
    Yeh they are the actual pods I just bought some more two days ago from aldi at Springfield lakes

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    all right. I used my machine tonight for the first time and i'm pretty happy with it.

    I used the blue Gloria Jeans coffee pod and flavour was ok (better than the blend they use in their cafes - which i don't like).

    The milk frother was fine. BUT i can understand that some wouldn't like it. It is small - only heats & froths 100mLs which isn't much. Also, I usually have a latte/flat white, so i don't need a lot of foam.

    It won't completely replace my shop-bought coffees but will definitely be used a few times a week and when we have visitors, it will save us a bucket load in shop bought coffees. My local cafe is $4.80 for a regular cup.

    so for $100 it is great! I'd say equivalent to the basic Nespresso machine and I don't know that I'd be able to tell the difference between mine and my neighbours $3000 one!

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    Oh Gloria jeans does pods? Can you buy them from the GJ store or only woolies.

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    Default Re: Caffitaly / Woolies coffee machine???

    Quote Originally Posted by ElizaDoLittle View Post
    Oh Gloria jeans does pods? Can you buy them from the GJ store or only woolies.
    I've only seen them in woolies

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I got all excited to see a delonghi in coles the other day for $110 - but then I realised it works on a dual pod system with one pod of coffee and one pod of powdered milk. No thanks.
    maybe if u like the sound of the dulce gusto (delongi at coles) you could buy the pods that are just coffee (short black)
    then get a milk frother ?(kmart have some for $25 ive read)

    i have citiz and milk nespresso ...only downside is online ordering of pods ...id like to be able to buy instore locally instead

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    got one a few days ago and love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UsThreeGirls View Post
    got one a few days ago and love it!
    I remember you from our DIG Nov 09. I didn't know you were still around Sorry, back to topic....


 

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