Types of coffee pods

Capsule coffee machines: pros and cons

Capsule coffee machines – also known as pod coffee machines – are easy to use and clean, extremely convenient and usually cheaper to buy upfront than other coffee machine types. However, they can be more expensive in the long run.

Features of Coffee Pod Machines

When looking for the best coffee pod machine, there are some features that are more important than others. This differs from person to person, but it is important to examine all available features to make the best selection. Some of the most common features are cup size, power, variety, filters, and ease of use.

Accessories for Coffee Pods

Unfortunately, buying coffee pods can be confusing because some are made to work only with certain models of brewing systems. Luckily, there are many products available that make it possible to use coffee pods or K cups with incompatible systems.

Nespresso Pure Origine Capsules

The Pure Origine range are also considered espressos, but specifically come from a single place rather than as a blen which is the case with the regular espresso capsules. These are considered Nespresso’s premium coffees. The tastes here can vary between very smooth and delicate all the way to extremely intense: be sure that you try or at least read up on these before you buy.

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Pick 3: Keurig K55 

A delicious coffee with the simple one-touch operation and no hassles is what we expect from single serve machines, right? Well, Keurig Kdoes that flawlessly. The “Keurig Trust” is backed up with delicious coffee and smooth operation.

Here is the why you should get a Keurig K55.