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Senseo Coffee Pods, Medium Roast,18 Count (Count of 6)
- Pack of 6, 18-count 4.41-ounce packages (total of 108 pacakages)
- Medium roast coffee pods
- Aromatic, rich and smooth
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
- Not compatible with Keurig 2.0 brewers.
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Flavor: Medium Roast | Size: 18 Count (Pack of 6)
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Top Customer Reviews
To solve this little problem, I purchased a Senseo and these pleasant Douwe Egberts Dark pods! It's a sturdy machine, completely employee-proof, and quite tidy. The coffee it produces is far better than anything that comes in a can and certainly will give Starbucks a run for their $6 venti's.
Think of the DE pods as an easy way to get fresh, hot, pleasant coffee in about 30 seconds. Use two pods, one dark and one medium for a fuller flavor profile or, if you're a low-caf freak, do one decaf and one caf.
I agree with another reviewer that you've gotta pre-warm the mug you're using if you like hot coffee-and the best way to do this is with some leche in the microwave. One final tip which out to assuage some of the folks who think the DE's are weak:
Run a few seconds of hot water through the machine without a pod inside. This gets the metal plates wet and hot. A good thing. Put your pods on the wet plates and close the machine. Let it sit for a few seconds. This lets the coffee get wet and swell a bit. This is called pre-infusion in the espresso trade and if you pull your 8 oz of pleasure now, it will taste pretty darned good.
I am not terribly fond of flavored coffees in general although they are nice to have on occassion, so I tried all of the Senseo coffees and eventually found that the Kenya Blend was the best of the lot given my individual taste for coffees.
And then they came out with the breakfast blend. This makes a superb cup of coffee and it has effectively ended my murmurings for Dunkin Donut to get on board with Senseo and make a pod coffee just for the Senseo. Well ... maybe that is a slight exaggeration. I would still like Dunkin Donuts to team with Senseo and make a pod coffee but that only because I would like to have two superb coffee pods to chose from with one being the Senseo Breakfast Blend.
I keep the Senseo in my office for hassle-free single servings and it is great for that. Even the dark roast is really not strong enough to qualify as espresso, so I suggest you just use the double packets and make a large cup.
Here is a further hint. Use a 10 oz cup, not a standard 8. Then put your milk in the cup and microwave for 30 seconds BEFORE you make the coffee. After coffee is make make sure to stir with a stirrer. Stirring is important and is actually recomended by Philips.
As long as your expectations are down to earth you should enjoy this product. The machine itself has been flawless and doesnt seem flimsy at all.
Medium roast is apt to be a particular favorite for American coffee tastes. It has a rich, full-bodied flavor, neither bitter nor astringent. The Senseo coffee machine can make 1 4 oz cup, 2 4 oz cups, or a single 8 oz cup at a time. The self-contained pods use a tea bag filter-type paper and are approximately 2" in diameter.
Right now, the price averages 25 cents per 4 ounce cup. The Senseo makes it with a bit of frothe on the top, and this medium roast coffee is fine straight up, or try it with a little sweetner and a dollop of Hazelnut creamer as I do.
I do envision the price point coming down a bit, as the Senseo system becomes the US equivalent of the European sensation. Douwe Egberts recommends using your pods within 2 weeks, however, I've had good luck storing the extras in the freezer section of my refrigerator with no dicernable flavor change.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great tasting coffee. We have a $4 single cup Rival coffee brewer from Walmart (discontinued, unfortunately!), and these fit perfectly in there! Read morePublished 9 days ago by Anonymous
Used them for several years and liked them, but several recent shipments contained pods that were partially open. Read morePublished 10 days ago by William Sullivan
I can't say I hate it but it does not go in my coffee pot. I needed the cups. MaPublished 11 days ago by Martha A.