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Rosso Coffee Capsules for Nespresso Original Machine - 60 Gourmet Espresso Pods Variety Pack, Compatible with Nespresso Original Line Machines - $14.92

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Rosso Coffee Capsules for Nespresso Original Machine - 60 Gourmet Espresso Pods Variety Pack, Compatible with Nespresso Original Line Machines

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Are these better than Pete's?
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No way better than peers but probably better than Amazon brand
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Are these better than Pete's?
Nope and they are plastic capsules.
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Are these better than Pete's?
Absolutely no. I think Lavazza is the best of the plastic capsules.

Nespresso brand > Peet's = L'Or imho. All are leaps better than the plastics.
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Absolutely no. I think Lavazza is the best of the plastic capsules.

Nespresso brand > Peet's = L'Or imho. All are leaps better than the plastics.
I get mine always with stainless steel cups...refill and reuse.

Make sure you buy the ones off ebay with the NON flat bottoms. The ones with Circle of holes on the edge in a concave bottom with one center hole.

Comes with foils. Pick your own coffee.

Also have the Next Vertuo machine and refill them and use Recap foils. Use the old capsules.
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Make sure you buy the ones off ebay with the NON flat bottoms. The ones with Circle of holes on the edge in a concave bottom with one center hole.

Comes with foils. Pick your own coffee.
Care to make a recommendation or elaborate? I see there are multiple types on eBay...
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I get mine always with stainless steel cups...refill and reuse.

Make sure you buy the ones off ebay with the NON flat bottoms. The ones with Circle of holes on the edge in a concave bottom with one center hole.

Comes with foils. Pick your own coffee.

Also have the Next Vertuo machine and refill them and use Recap foils. Use the old capsules.
I've wanted to try this - do you have any links to the specific ones you use? What about the coffee - I buy Lavazza and other brand espresso ground coffee in the sealed air tight bricks that I use with my stove top Moka pot. I assume that would work?
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Care to make a recommendation or elaborate? I see there are multiple types on eBay...
hard to find that vendor but if you look at the bottom it is not flat. Do not get ones with flat bottoms. The ones I buy run about 3 to 4 per capsule. Now that got a cool tamper you can use.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stainles...Swfh9fXz2C
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I've wanted to try this - do you have any links to the specific ones you use? What about the coffee - I buy Lavazza and other brand espresso ground coffee in the sealed air tight bricks that I use with my stove top Moka pot. I assume that would work?
It should work. Ideally, the best coffee is fresh grinds from this grinder on sale at some places for 49 bucks.

https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...oryID=9427
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I get mine always with stainless steel cups...refill and reuse.

Make sure you buy the ones off ebay with the NON flat bottoms. The ones with Circle of holes on the edge in a concave bottom with one center hole.

Comes with foils. Pick your own coffee.

Also have the Next Vertuo machine and refill them and use Recap foils. Use the old capsules.
It is not worth the hassle to refill the original line of capsules. You can score Peet's or Lavazza original line capsules for next to nothing. Last time I got 100 pods of Peet's for 17 bucks that was posted here on SD. Coffee pods as cheap as 17 cents each far exceeds the convenience and taste factor than trying to make your own.

Vertuo line pods, on the other hand, totally worth refilling using your own coffee. I make a batch of 14 pods at a time with used pods and sticky aluminum foil and use them for 2 weeks.
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12% one star reviews, pass.
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It is not worth the hassle to refill the original line of capsules. You can score Peet's or Lavazza original line capsules for next to nothing. Last time I got 100 pods of Peet's for 17 bucks that was posted here on SD. Coffee pods as cheap as 17 cents each far exceeds the convenience and taste factor than trying to make your own.

Vertuo line pods, on the other hand, totally worth refilling using your own coffee. I make a batch of 14 pods at a time with used pods and sticky aluminum foil and use them for 2 weeks.
You are correct so long as not plastic pods. but it only takes me a few seconds to fill nespresso pods. and you can buy more pods and refill them.
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You can score Peet's or Lavazza original line capsules for next to nothing. Last time I got 100 pods of Peet's for 17 bucks that was posted here on SD. Coffee pods as cheap as 17 cents each far exceeds the convenience and taste factor than trying to make your own.
Those Peet's deals evaporated with CoVid. Almost out from the stash of hundreds I bought with the same deallaugh out loud
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Those Peet's deals evaporated with CoVid. Almost out from the stash of hundreds I bought with the same dealhttps://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif
Pretty much, however there have (of late) been a few warehouse deals popping up again. Not as cheap as the old days, but there have been a few in the low $0.30's range in the last few weeks. They seem even more limited than before, so disappear quickly.
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