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Melitta MES2W OneOne Single Serve Coffeemaker, White

by Melitta
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  • 1-cup POD coffee system brews coffee or tea directly into mug
  • Makes 1 8-ounce American style or 1 5-ounce European style
  • 28-ounce metered tank for up to 5 consecutive servings without refilling
  • 2.2 bar steam pump produces rich, full-bodied coffee; 6 flavor coffee pod sampler included
  • Measures 15-1/4 by 10-1/4 by 15-3/4 inches
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Product Description

Color: White

Product Description

The new Melitta one:one unique pod filter system is designed to deliver coffee-bar quality coffee or tea right at home without the measuring, mess and waste...in less than 60 seconds. There are six Melitta gourmet roast Java-Pods and three Melitta teapods to choose from. Each pod is individually foil-wrapped and nitrogen-flushed to ensure freshness. The one:one has a 28-oz. metered tank for up to five consecutive servings without refilling. Affordable. Each cup costs a fraction of what you'd expect to pay at a premium coffee bar. Plus, no more wasted leftovers.

From the Manufacturer

Skip those expensive coffee bars. This one:one coffee maker gives you more time to do the things you love. Leave your slippers on. Read the whole paper instead of just the headlines. Catch your favorite morning show. All the while sipping an exquisite coffee beverage, handmade by you, in less than one minute. Simplicity, speed, and a perfect cup of coffee every time.

You should never have to think before that first cup of coffee. That's why we created the one:one coffee maker. Forget the filters. Forget the measuring and the mess. Just drop our specially made java-pod into the machine, and you'll have a perfect mug of rich, aromatic coffee in less than a minute. Simple as that.

The one:one coffee maker brews directly into your mug, one customized cup at a time. Your coffee is always fresh, never scorched. It's the ultimate cup of coffee every time. And it’s definitely not your dad's coffee maker.


  • Freedom to choose different blends or flavors for each cup you brew
  • Large water tank makes three mug-size servings before refilling is needed
  • Choice of a five-ounce bold European style coffee or an eight-ounce American style at the touch of a button

Product Details

Color: White
  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 10 x 15.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001MXU6S
  • Item model number: MES2W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,192 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

Cleanup on the coffee maker is very easy.
If you know what crema is and care as to whether or not you get it, then don't buy this machine.
happy 98
I find that the coffee tastes good but it is much weaker than I prefer.
H. Sensi

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

97 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Dom Miliano VINE VOICE on November 18, 2004
Color Name: Black
I bought the Melitta for it's ease of use and good looks. The first time I used it, the regular coffee was fair and the decaf was bitter. Disappointed, we also bought pods from other coffee makers and stuffed them in the holder. Despite the inelegant process, they didn't leak and the coffee was a little better. I agree with other reviewers that the the water reservoir is too small and it's difficut to fill. I spill a bit every time I refill, but that's me. The unit takes several minutes to heat up to operating temperature for cup number one and the second cup takes almost as long - go figure? Also, the coffee doesn't come out as hot as I like, but pre-warming the cup with hot tap water helps a bit. The tea pods are a waste of time. Basically, the tea's not very good so if that's the reason you are buying this unit, may I suggest you look elsewhere or buy decent loose tea and brew it in a pot like the Brits? The best thing we found you could make with unit is a half-way decent cafe mocca. Try this: Get a big mug. Fill with the contents of a hot cocoa pack. Install your favorite coffee pod. Press the regular mug button. When it finishes, press the smaller mug button (that's right, run water through 1 pod twice). The result is an acceptable cafe mocca - definitely not Starbucks but not $11.00 either. As for that elusive perfect "cuppa" - this isn't going to give it to you. Convenient, good looking, but only a fair cup-a-Joe.

Quick Update: I tried Maxwell House pods over the weekend. Stuffed them in the holder and the result, a very nice cup of coffee. Again, pre-heating the mug with tap water really helped. These pods are made from 100% Arabica beans - great smell and no bitterness. I like a smooth cup and so far, this is it (I had 2 with Sunday breakfast and my NY Times Crossword puzzle.)
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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By happy 98 on November 24, 2004
Color Name: Kiwi
I got a really good deal on the MES2R, buy a box of 144 pods for $40 bucks and get the machine for free. So I figured it was worth a shot regardless of all the mixed reviews.

I like, and almost love it! Its not love because my favorite brand (Community Coffee New Orleans Blend) doesn't come in pods. However I have adapted quite well to the Melitta flavors.

This is NOT a machine for coffee addicts or snobs. If you know what crema is and care as to whether or not you get it, then don't buy this machine.

However, if you just need a decent cup of joe to get you going and out the door in the morning, then look for a good deal and give it a try.

If you read the reviews you will find some good tips that I have found to be true. Below is a recap, plus some things I have learned in getting to know my Melitta:

1) Read the instruction book, all that stuff about priming the pump is true and required. In fact, I primed mine several times before using it.

2) If you're not that interested in the tea, use one of the pods and run about 6 - 10 brew cycles through that one pod. (Just keep refilling the water tank about 3 times) to get rid of the plastic / greasy taste before you brew your coffee. You will only need to do this once, to break it in. Also wash the nozzle, mesh filter and pod holder really well.

3) If you like a large cup, but don't like strong coffee, then you are in luck, hit the big mug picture and when it finishes hit the little cup picture and you will have the perfect cup.

4) Yes you can use millstone and folger pods; however you must stuff them in, and be warned you may not get a good seal.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By G. McCalmont on July 25, 2004
Color Name: Black
Don't believe everything you read about these machines. They do make good coffee (if you use the right blend) and are reasonably well built. But, the coffee is not coffee house quality. It really is a matter of expectations. I believe the Melitta MES2 is the better choice of the many available in a comparative price range. All one shot coffee makers can leak, some are down right cheaply built and some are over priced, but this is a growing segment of the coffee market and can only improve. I was also amazed at the different filter styles which forces you to use only the maker's particular filter brand. However, you can get away with stuffing a pod from another brand into your MES2 and it will work. I strongly suggest that you visit [...] for an excellent, although more expensive, alternative to one:one brands of coffee. And, these great coffee blends are available in filters that fit the MES2. Over all, I am pleased with the performance of this machine and the price (with rebate) is very competitive. Just remember the basics, filtered cold water, a good coffee pod and a clean machine = an excellent cup of coffee.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By deerflyguy on October 4, 2004
Color Name: Black
The advent of the one cup brewing system has made me a coffee drinker again!

I live alone and retired a year ago, and was used to having my two cups of coffee each day while at work, but since retiring, making even a small pot of coffee was not something that I wanted to do, because of the mess and bother - and waste! Of course, having a pot of coffee sitting around until it gets used, always results in it ending up becoming too strong to drink, and sometimes boiling down to a black sludge when you forget to turn off the machine. NO MORE!

Recently, I saw a Melitta One:One brewing system on sale at Wal Mart and decided to buy it. I think it was a good decision!
I knew that the cost would be more per cup, due to my not being able to purchase in bulk, but there is NO waste, the coffee is always the same in quality and taste, and clean up is almost completely eliminated.

Melitta makes six different grinds, all prepackaged and individually sealed for freshness. Other coffee makers put 18 pods in a bag and forget about freshness after you've opened the bag for the first cup. As with all other coffees, you must seek a flavor that pleases you, but that shouldn't be too hard. They also make several teas, but because of the high product cost, I suggest that you use the unit to heat the water and then use a conventional tea bag.

If there is a negative to this system, it is that the product line is costly, at least in my point of view. I would like to be able to buy in bulk, and have a larger selection of product coffee brands to purchase. As for now, we Melitta people are basically forced to buy only the Melitta brand products in 18 pod boxes. Some competition would bring the prices down. Amazon.
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