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Lavazza Espresso Capsules Compatible with Nespresso Original Machines Variety Pack $17.49

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Tempted but too many reviews (old and new) complaining about capsules fitting poorly in original nespresso machines causing poor pours and other issues. Curious if anybody has experience with these pods, specficially (I do like their non-pod coffee).
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Not seeing it. Shows. .41 per pod with S&S.

Thanks for the pod deal, though.
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Quote from manolobindo :
Tempted but too many reviews (old and new) complaining about capsules fitting poorly in original nespresso machines causing poor pours and other issues. Curious if anybody has experience with these pods, specficially (I do like their non-pod coffee).
I've purchased Lavaza pods in the past and I don't recall having problems with them. However, I didn't find them to be as good as Peet's or Starbucks, which I typically stock up on when a deal pops up. BTW, a European coworker once told me that drinking Lavaza in Italy is like drinking Maxwell House or Folgers here in the U.S. and I believe that opinion.
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Almost bought. Why'd they throw in a set of decaf? Repped OP anyway for finding it. Seems like a good price/pod for those who would want to drink the whole set.
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Almost bought. Why'd they throw in a set of decaf? Repped OP anyway for finding it. Seems like a good price/pod for those who would want to drink the whole set.
Surprised, intensity 6 for decaf
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I've been buying these for the last year: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07HJDVVR9. They are permanently 25 cents a pod - no pricing games or sales. When I run out I buy more. I've tried a bunch of brands of knockoff pods and these hold up as the best plastic pods (Peet's, like Nespresso, are aluminum and perhaps a tad better).
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If you've been drinking Peets or Starbucks, this will taste nasty to you.
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Save your money and get aluminum pod ones. These plastic ones just don't come close to stacking up to the quality of the aluminum pods from Nespresso, Peets, L'OR.
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Surprised, intensity 6 for decaf
I'm guessing "intensity" is a subjective marketing term for how bold/strong is the flavor and not to give a measure of how caffeine-amped you'll feel afterwards. (Which is MY goal for drinking espressobounce, and why I opted out of buying this set)
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Currently unavailable. I have purchased in the past (Dec 2019 - Thanks Amazon!) Smilie and as others have said, Peets, Starbucks, Nespresso - aluminum pods are worlds better. I didn't find these to be awful, just not great. (Now Caffe Vergnano - from Bed Bath & Beyond was awful!!!) At this price - Lavazza is worth a try. (except it is expired!) Smilie
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