The Aldi machine is great, my brother has it and it makes a great coffee.
You are stuck buying the pods that go with the particular brand machine you chose, so chose carefully!!
We dont live near an Aldi, our closest is a Coles and Woolies. So even though its not the best out there, we've got the machine from Woolies. It takes the Neslé Dulce Gusto pods sold in Coles and Woolies which taste great, but the machine has no milk frother.
We are planning to move house back to the city soon and may upgrade our pod machine for something better once we have better access to stores!
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23-08-2013 06:09 #11Senior Member
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23-08-2013 06:17 #12
Oh I have an Aldi machine and the coffee is soooo good!!
23-08-2013 06:20 #13
Another vote for the Aldi Expressi! They have a good range of coffee as well as hot chocolate, and apparently the Gloria Jeans & Cafitaly pods also fit it (although I haven't tried myself).
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23-08-2013 06:28 #14
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23-08-2013 06:32 #15
We have a nespresso it is great, easy and takes little bench space. The capsules they sell at Coles fit into nespresso and taste nice too.
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23-08-2013 06:46 #16
I had a nespresso lattissima and it was fantastic!
I only got rid of it as I upgraded to a bean to cup machine
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26-08-2013 13:06 #17
I have the aldi one. It is easy to use and clean. The coffee is ok.
At work we have the nespresso machine.
i prefer the taste of the nespresso pods. the lavazza pods from woollies are pretty good too and they fit in the nespresso machine.
27-08-2013 08:53 #18Gday Australia
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Just wondering if any of these machines make Tea?
27-08-2013 09:39 #19
I recently returned a map one because the water wasn't coming out hot.
Be careful of switching between pods. If there's a fault with pods getting stuck it voids warranty.
Aldi has a great returns policy. After 60 days if ur not happy with it u can return it. No questions asked.
27-08-2013 12:57 #20
What's the difference between all the nespresso machines?
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