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posted: Dec. 21, 2012 @ 8:29p
The name's a bit confusing. Isn't Nescafe known for instant (aka freeze-dried coffee) ?
I'm not a coffee snob, but I do enjoy a strong, dark cup o' coffee. At a recently charity event, they had K-cup brewed coffee on-demand, and it was some of the best tasting coffee I've had in 6-8 months. Considering making the move away from a typical coffee brew machine.
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posted: Dec. 21, 2012 @ 8:32p
Regular price is $69.99, not $220
posted: Dec. 22, 2012 @ 5:08a
Nescafe is the brand name of instant coffee made by Nestle. Strange using it to market a coffee maker by Krups. Nestle does own Nespresso, which is a k-cup type of brewer that has been huge in Europe for several years. It's slowly being introduced to the US market to build hype, but this is definately not just another single cup gizmo of the week - truely INCREDIBLE coffee! When people in Italy happily wait in a line that's out the door for Nespresso coffee discs it really says something.
posted: Dec. 28, 2012 @ 6:50a
Ok, in for one. Lowest price I can find anywhere on this machine, checked craigslist and eBay for used models as well. I was saving up for either the Nespresso or Francis Francis, but decided this is the better deal. Bestbuy also means easy returns XD. Any suggestions on where to get the best deal of capsules?
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