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To brew a regular cup of coffee, let the unit finish the first brewing cycle, you can then push the brew button again (do not put another pod in and do not remove the original pod). Adjust your coffee strength by how many times you press the button and let it complete each cycle (I usually press the tall brew 3 separa… see more To brew a regular cup of coffee, let the unit finish the first brewing cycle, you can then push the brew button again (do not put another pod in and do not remove the original pod). Adjust your coffee strength by how many times you press the button and let it complete each cycle (I usually press the tall brew 3 separate times for making a pretty strong cup of coffee on the same pod). see less To brew a regular cup of coffee, let the unit finish the first brewing cycle, you can then push the brew button again (do not put another pod in and do not remove the original pod). Adjust your coffee strength by how many times you press the button and let it complete each cycle (I usually press the tall brew 3 separate times for making a pretty strong cup of coffee on the same pod).
By JayBird on August 25, 2013
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It only uses the specific pods, which are not like any others. To make a regular coffee you have to make an espresso and add hot water, basically make an americano. I haven't found any tea pods yet.
By Amazon Customer on May 16, 2014
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almond milk does not get as frothy as regular milk, but I use it.
By denise kirk on November 18, 2013
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Mine did a couple of times , check under the top of the frothier and try adjusting the rubber gasket and make sure the lid is on snug ,,,,mine works great now
By Fran Harry on February 13, 2014
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The milk pitcher and frothing wand have to be cleaned after each use of the frother. I personally just rinse it out thoroughly and let it dry, or give it a run through the dishwasher when convenient. Also, the drip tray/pod bin has to be emptied every 8-10 pods. Just dump the bin and rinse it and the drip tray. The… see more The milk pitcher and frothing wand have to be cleaned after each use of the frother. I personally just rinse it out thoroughly and let it dry, or give it a run through the dishwasher when convenient. Also, the drip tray/pod bin has to be emptied every 8-10 pods. Just dump the bin and rinse it and the drip tray. They can also be run through the dishwasher. In all, it's more than a K-Cup machine, but not at all arduous or difficult. see less The milk pitcher and frothing wand have to be cleaned after each use of the frother. I personally just rinse it out thoroughly and let it dry, or give it a run through the dishwasher when convenient. Also, the drip tray/pod bin has to be emptied every 8-10 pods. Just dump the bin and rinse it and the drip tray. They can also be run through the dishwasher. In all, it's more than a K-Cup machine, but not at all arduous or difficult.
By J. Gatie on November 27, 2013
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Linda: Do you mean just brew the pods without frothing the milk? If that's what you mean the answer is, yes. If you brew just a pod with the short button (front left) you get and espresso (Italian style coffee). With the front right button you get Lunggo (known in Italy as an Americano) which is basically twice the… see more Linda: Do you mean just brew the pods without frothing the milk? If that's what you mean the answer is, yes. If you brew just a pod with the short button (front left) you get and espresso (Italian style coffee). With the front right button you get Lunggo (known in Italy as an Americano) which is basically twice the water of the espresso so it is not as intense a flavor. A Lunggo IS NOT an American style coffee. This machine doesn't make regular coffee. Only espresso and espresso based drinks like cappuccino's, latte's, etc... I hope this answers your question. see less Linda: Do you mean just brew the pods without frothing the milk? If that's what you mean the answer is, yes. If you brew just a pod with the short button (front left) you get and espresso (Italian style coffee). With the front right button you get Lunggo (known in Italy as an Americano) which is basically twice the water of the espresso so it is not as intense a flavor. A Lunggo IS NOT an American style coffee. This machine doesn't make regular coffee. Only espresso and espresso based drinks like cappuccino's, latte's, etc... I hope this answers your question.
By Alfred Closson on November 6, 2013
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yes
By R. Robert Hille on February 12, 2016
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No need to use the Rivo syrups. Use any syrups you want. I find that the Torani and DaVinci syrups are great.
By J. Gatie on January 7, 2014
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I have mixed 2% with a non-dairy,not as much froth as with just milk. Have not used the others.
By Carol Barletta on September 24, 2014
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Bad machine construction.
By Amazon Customer on November 18, 2013