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1. Senseo Douwe Egberts Dark Roast
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2. Senseo Douwe Egberts Medium Roast
$49.95 $45.69
3. Cuisinart DBM-8 Supreme Grind
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4. Senseo Douwe Egberts Decaffeinated
$139.99 list($190.00)
5. Capresso 565.04 Infinity Burr
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6. Senseo Paris Vanilla Bistro Coffee
$9.99 $9.50 list($12.99)
7. Braun KWF2 FlavorSelect Water
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8. Senseo Vienna Hazelnut Waltz Coffee
$29.99 $29.95
9. Bodum Chambord 8-Cup Coffee Press
$12.88 Too low to display list($14.99)
10. Braun KFK12FL FlavorSelect 12-Cup
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12. Bodum Chambord 3-Cup Coffee Press
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13. Senseo Douwe Egberts Mild Roast
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14. Senseo Killarney Irish Cream Coffee
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15. Senseo HD7982 Extra Large Water
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16. Cuisinart DCC-1200PRC 12 Cup Replacement
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17. Capresso 4440.90 3-pack Charcoal
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18. Cuisinart DCG-12BC Grind Central
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19. Hamilton Beach FlavorPlus 10-Cup
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20. Bodum 8-Cup Coffee Press Replacement

1. Senseo Douwe Egberts Dark Roast Coffee Pods, 4-Pack (72 Single-Serve Pods)
list price: $19.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0001ES9FI
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Senseo
Sales Rank: 45
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Senseo coffee pods are also available in Mild Roast, Dark Roast, and Decaffeinated Medium Roast
  • 72 fresh and flavorful coffee pods made specifically for the Senseo coffee maker
  • Unique and convenient Senseo coffee pods ensure great tasting coffee
  • Dark Roast features a bold and robust flavor
  • Gives a rich frothy coffee layer with every cup

Reviews (18)

4-0 out of 5 stars Dark is best
I found the mild was undrinkable and the medium barely tolerable. But the dark roast is quite good. Its on the Starbuck-type bitter side, but not as strong. None of these single serving coffee machines will taste like fresh ground. That is why you get some one star reviews for the Senseo.

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.

5-0 out of 5 stars Why I couldn't live without my Senseo Machine anymore?
Simply because I always get up late and need a fresh cup of good strong coffee to get me started. As I'm always in a rush, this machine, that brews one or two cups of coffee in abouyt 90 seconds is a life-saver. The coffee tastes great (especially the Dark Roast) and has the frothy cream layer I always liked so much from the Cafe-creme they serve in Europe.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding coffee
The coffee pods are a bit pricey, but Douwe Egberts coffee is indeed the best. The Senseo machine and the dark roast Douwe Egberts is the best cup of coffee I have ever had at home (and about as good as any I've ever had at Starbucks). Great coffee machine and great coffee. Just hope the price of the pods go down.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome, creamy coffee! I'm permanently buzzed...
I just bought my Senseo coffeemaker yesterday at Target. I got a free $10 gift card with it. I have already enjoyed 6 cups - nice big American mugs, not wimpy little European demitasse cups - of the BEST coffee I have ever had. The creamy head is WONDERFUL! Others have commented on the low height of the spout, but my mugs seem to fit under it just fine. Yes, it's a little noisy when brewing, and the water reservoir is a bit small, but the convenience of brewing one delicious creamy mug at a time is worth it for a single guy. I have already ordered a larger water tank from another retailer - not in stock yet. I used to throw away a nasty half pot a day - no more! I use two pads to brew one mug (I drink it straight up black), but I like my coffee more like espresso than the watery brew most Americans prefer. There is a permanent filter on the web with mixed reviews, but I can't seem to find anywhere to actually order it. Hopefully, someone will figure this out soon and offer a reasonably priced permanent filter. Meanwhile, I am going to try making my own pads using Starbucks French Roast - HOOHOO!

4-0 out of 5 stars Make Your Own Pods At Home!!
I really like my new Senseo maker, but I found that with one pod the flavor was too weak and with two it was too strong. So I found a way that anyone can make their own pods at home on another website.
Now I make my very own coffee pods with my favorite brand of coffee. It costs a LOT less and the flavor is EXACTLY right. ... Read more


2. Senseo Douwe Egberts Medium Roast Coffee Pods, 4-Pack (72 Single-Serve Pods)
list price: $19.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0001ES9F8
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Senseo
Sales Rank: 49
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Senseo coffee pods are also available in Dark Roast, Mild Roast, and Decaffeinated Medium Roast
  • 72 fresh and flavorful coffee pods made specifically for the Senseo coffee maker
  • Unique and convenient Senseo coffee pods ensure great tasting coffee
  • Medium Roast features a rich and aromatic flavor
  • Gives a rich frothy coffee layer with every cup

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!!!
Just got my Senseo yesterday. It is the greatest thing since sliced bread. just pop in the pod press a button and you've got a great cup of coffee in 30 seconds. Perfect for this busy New Yorker that is always on the run!! =)

5-0 out of 5 stars Bye, Starbucks!
Why would I spend five bucks per latte (and take my chances with the barista's skills) when I can make my own cup of foamy happiness in less than a minute, and for so much less? Answer: I wouldn't. At least not any longer. The Medium Roast coffee pods will satisfy you whether you drink it black or take it "regular" (with milk & perhaps sugar). I like to use one Medium pod and one Dark Roast pod for my first cup in the morning...it makes a nice, fragrant cup that packs a jolt. I'd highly recommend buying a few bags of the Medium Roast and the Dark Roast at the same time. If you're like me, you won't want to run out-your mornings just wouldn't be the same without your Senseo.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sensational Senseo!
After spending 2 weeks in the Netherlands last year, I was hooked on Douwe Egberts coffee and found one place in all of Dallas/Ft. Worth that sold it. Finally! America gets Senseo! The coffee I woke up to for 2 weeks and loved. The medium and dark roast are my favorites. Douwe Egbert is excellent coffee. Once you've tasted this high quality Dutch coffee, you'll never go back to American/Columbian nor that burnt stuff sold in those bookstores. Hopefully prices for the coffee will come down. For now, it's cheaper for my friend to ship me Senseo coffee from Holland (package of 18 pads there is less than 2 Euro) than to buy it here in the States or online. Now I will celebrate SENSEO DAY, the day I received my Senseo machine (tho it arrived without the free coffee cups) every year!

2-0 out of 5 stars Get the dark roast instead!
The Senseo machine shipped with two 18-pod samples packs, light roast and medium roast. Excited about my new machine, I brewed my first cups of coffee only to be disappointed, not by the machine itself (awesome!), but by the quality of the coffee. The light roast was so-so, and the medium TERRIBLE. I quickly ordered the dark to compare, and can now HIGHLY recommend the dark roast over the other two options. The dark also works the best in espresso-like brewing mode, using two-pods with the 1-cup setting. It's still not the best coffee out there, and I'm looking forward to comparing with the upcoming podhead.com pods.

5-0 out of 5 stars Delicious, Fresh Ground Coffee Imported From Belgium!
Douwe Egberts makes some of the most delicious European coffee. When the Senseo Single Serve Coffee Maker was created, these single use, disposable coffee 'pods' fit together like hand in glove. 5,000,000 European coffee lovers cannot be wrong...Senseo Douwe Egberts is outstanding, fresh tasting coffee, and each imported 4 pack, (72 Single-Serve pods), comes attractively packaged in a resealable pouch.

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. ... Read more


3. Cuisinart DBM-8 Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill
list price: $49.95
our price: $49.95
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Asin: B00018RRRK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Cuisinart
Sales Rank: 478
Average Customer Review: 3.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

A stylish grinder for the serious coffee buff, this Cuisinart Supreme Grind automatic burr mill provides plenty of options and good results in an attractive and tidy structure. This makes it a great appliance for houses where coffee is a steady dietary staple and preferences vary from espresso to French drip. Outfitted with a heavy-duty motor, the machine has 18 grind settings ranging from fine to extra-coarse, which are controlled by a clearly marked, pleasantly clicking dial. Rotate the hopper to personal preference, and the machine does the rest, using burr plates for a highly uniform grind that protects bean oils and releases more flavor. Automatic operation in this grinder covers quantity as well--simply set the amount slide control anywhere from 4 to 18 cups. The grinder shuts off when the desired level is reached. Transfer of ready grounds to a coffee pot or espresso group is quick and tidy, because the grind chamber slides out with its clever lid in place.

Smart and elegant, the grinder has brushed stainless steel housing and black accents in durable plastic. The hopper, hopper lid, grinding burr, and grind chamber all remove easily for cleanup, and a safety feature keeps the grinder from operating without the hopper and chamber in place. Standing 6-3/4 by 9-3/4 by 5 inches, the unit has built-in power cord storage at its base. Cuisinart includes a coffee scoop/cleaning brush in one and covers the machine with an 18-month warranty.--Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 6-3/4 by 9-3/4 by 5 inches; 18-month warranty
  • Elegantly styled, heavy-duty, automatic coffee mill
  • Burr grinding mechanism for uniform grounds and optimum flavor
  • 18-position grind selector, from ultra fine to coarse
  • Slide dial from 4 to 18 cups; capacious grounds chamber with lid

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good machine
This is a fine machine. It does a good job of grinding beans, it does so with a minimum of fuss, it's clean, and it's not too loud. There are only two drawbacks: First, it tends to produce some powdered coffee with every grind. This is inevitable with any grinder; but when you grind in small batches it's more noticeable. (Grinding a half pound of beans at a time will minimize the difficulty, but it sort of obviates the purpose of having a home grinder.) Second, as mentioned in another review, there are four or five tablespoons' worth of beans inside the grinding mechanism when the hopper appears empty: it does make it difficult to change quickly from one group of beans to another. In all, it's much better than a blade grinder, at a very reasonable price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice, functional, minimal problems
Got this burr grinder and really couldn't be happier with its looks, performance, and durability.
Pros:
1. Big hopper
2. Completely customizable -- grind settings coarse to fine and cups to make
3. The fine ground setting really does produce fine grounds...or at least as fine as needed for espresso. I know some people would like coffee dust, but not me
4. Relatively quick grinding time
5. Automatic stop...press the button and do something else, then come back

Cons: (minor ones)

1. The scoop/brush accessory that was included, broke within a week. Actually, just the scoop. Snapped right off. But I don't need a scoop, I need the brush to clean the machine. So no biggie
2. Kinda loud (but most burr grinders are so just keep that in mind)
3. Slides around a bit when handling it. Maybe heavy rubber stoppers needed?
4. Lid doesn't latch closed to the hopper. Just don't turn it over with coffee beans inside like I did. Ha

5-0 out of 5 stars Great!!!!! get the best for less with DBM-8 Cuisinart
I was a bit leary for I have gone thru two Capresso burr grinders in the last 3 years and was contemplating spending over $100+ for a good grinder that would last or so I thought until I gave the Cuisinart a chance. It is hands down the best, its excellent grinding options are true and coffee grinds going everywhere is non existant and clean up is a breeze and it is actually quieter than my old Capresso. The sturdy constuction can rival any higher priced model. Save your money and get the best for less with the Cuisinart DBM-8

2-0 out of 5 stars High Volume, Low Value
This grinder was given to me as a gift to accompany an espresso machine, but unfortunately I will be returning it. I've found that even on the finest grind setting, the results are much too coarse and uneven to brew proper espresso. Furthermore, this grinder is LOUD; the first time I ran it I thought the steel burrs were grinding themselves together.

Other problems: The minimum setting is for 4 cups of coffee, which is far too much for a shot (or even a double shot) of espresso. And a good deal of grounds (about 2 cups worth) ends up stuck inside the machine, so to get freshly ground coffee you really first have to grind 2 cups and empty the bin, then grind what you need. This is a waste of coffee. And if you forget to put the plastic lid on the hopper when you slide it into place, grinds will fly everywhere, and there's no way to stop the grinding or put the lid into place short of unplugging the machine from the wall!! This is a serious design flaw.

Anyhow, for making large amounts of drip coffee this grinder might decently serve the purpose, but otherwise I'd look elsewhere.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great Machine! - changed review!!
I wanted a coffee grinder to go with my new Cuisinart coffee maker. It was between this burr grider and the normal blade grinder that Cuisinart offers. I decided to go with this grinder after my mother had rave reviews about her own grinder. This grinder looks great on my countertop. It is beautiful and makes wonderful ground coffee. I love how you can put an entire bag of beans into the holder and it just grinds the amount of beans that you want. That feature is one of the reasons I decided to buy this grinder also. My only con to it, and the reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5, is the volume of this little gadget. But don't get me wrong, I KNOW grinders will GRIND. But, I am a college student and live with a sleep-loving college roommate. And the noise that the grinder makes is a little bothersome to sleeping roommates or family members. All I can do is say "Sorry" and enjoy my wonderful, freshly ground coffee! Great machine! Great purchase!

Update: With no warning what-so-ever, my grinder stopped working!!! AFTER LLESS THAN 3 MONTHS OF HAVING IT!!!! No murmur of the motor, no loud crashing noise, nothing! Just stopped working leave me stranded with coffee beans and no way of grinding them....I'm not a happy customer!! ... Read more


4. Senseo Douwe Egberts Decaffeinated Medium Roast Coffee Pods, 4-Pack (72 Single-Serve Pods)
list price: $19.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0001EQN88
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Senseo
Sales Rank: 144
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Senseo coffee pods are also available in Dark Roast and Mild Roast
  • 72 fresh and flavorful coffee pods made specifically for the Senseo coffee maker
  • Unique and convenient Senseo coffee pods ensure great tasting coffee
  • Decaffeinated Medium Roast features a rich and aromatic flavor, without the caffeine
  • Gives a rich frothy coffee layer with every cup

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Cup of Coffee - Less Caffeine
I have had my Senseo for a little over a week. I agree with most of the other reviewers, that it is the best coffee I have made at home. I enjoy having several mugs of coffee in the morning, but want to cut back on the caffeine. I have found that using one pod of medium roast (or dark roast) and one pod of medium roast Decaf together works really well for an 8 oz mug of great tasting coffee.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply Amazing!
I was so skeptical of this product that I had to write a review for the rest of the skeptics. This is a fabulous way to get a european coffee experience at home. I'm not a huge fan of Starbucks, I find their coffee too bitter, but like everyone else I truck over there spending close to $4.00 a cup on a specialty latte. This is different. This is like the coffee I had every morning in Provence. It has great flavor and the frothy top is something you could never get with your regular coffee maker. I love that I can do one cup at a time, so my coffee isn't sitting on the warming plate losing its flavor until I'm ready for another cup. It froths itself, so you don't have to deal with complicated and hard to clean steaming mechanisms. It takes a minute to boil the water and then less than 30 seconds to fill the cup, which is much quicker than making regular coffee. It is easy to put together, take apart and clean; in fact, when I was comparing the similar-looking Mr. Coffee and Black and Decker brands in the store I couldn't get those two models back together after I looked at the pod holder, which cinched the decision for me on the Senseo (which has a very simple press-down locking mechanism). I'm so glad!!! I haven't tried the dark roast yet, but we love the medium and the decaf, and the mild is nice for afternoon. I was worried about the cost of the pods until I realized that a bag of 18 is under $4.00, which is like 22 cents a pod. When I balance that against $1.00-$4.00 a cup to get anything remotely similar from a coffeehouse, it seems like the bargain of the century. And I don't have to change out of my pjs! If you are a coffee lover I highly recommend this wonderful, unique machine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Simple, different
After a weekend of having my new Senseo coffee maker I can report that it is a delight. I certainly do not consider myself a connoisseur of coffee, but spending on average $30 a week at Starbucks makes me at least an average coffee consumer. To agree with other reviewers, the taste is not comparable to a freshly-made Starbucks. The Senseo is what it is-a home coffee maker under $70. Starbucks not only controls every element of the process, but uses significantly more sophisticated equipment. Importantly, the Senseo is worth the money. As a work-at-home businessperson I enjoy having a fresh cup on my desk. The frothy result of the Senseo simulates a latte when you add hot milk to the final cup of coffee. (Never put milk in the Senseo!) The dark roast is my favorite, but I find that I have to switch to the medium roast decaf after the first cup to keep from bouncing off the walls. As I said, it will not equally substitue for a fresh Starbucks, but it is fast, enjoyable and easy to use. If the cost of the pods is not an issue then it makes perfect sense.

5-0 out of 5 stars Full-flavored Decaf!
I recently bought a Senseo machine and the Douwe Egberts Coffee pods. The pods make a full-flavored decaf that is very enjoyable. I agree the medium roast and mild roast are weak sisters compared to the dark roast.

Medium is what several of my guests prefer, however. I use the dark for myself and they all make a very good cuppa joe. MUCH better than my drip machine, and a lot easier to use than my espresso maker.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Coffee
I must respectfully disagree with the other reviewer. The Medium Roast coffee I received with my Senseo produces a teriffic cup of coffee. For a coffee shop like taste, go with the dark roast, but the Medium Roast is perfect for an every day morning blend. ... Read more


5. Capresso 565.04 Infinity Burr Grinder, Brushed Chrome
list price: $190.00
our price: $139.99
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Asin: B0000AR7TC
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Capresso
Sales Rank: 1107
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

For grinding larger quantities of coffee beans for a coffee-drinking crowd, Capresso’s commercial-grade Infinity grinder handles 8-1/2 ounces of beans at a time. Sixteen different settings--four each in the four categories of extra fine, fine, regular, and coarse--let you adjust the grind to the specific blend of coffee and method of brewing. The finest setting is ideal for preparing Turkish coffee, which is a rare feature to find in a grinder. A built-in timer sets the grind for anywhere between 5 and 60 seconds so you can walk away without having to constantly press a button to continue the grinding process. The Infinity has an advanced conical burr design made of steel that is usually only found on commercial grinders. This burr design slows down the gears and reduces the amount of friction and heat to preserve coffee’s flavor and aroma. The coffee container holds up to 4 ounces of grounds and remains sealed during grinding. For safety, the bean container also needs to be locked into place for the Infinity to operate. Also, fo easy cleaning, the bean container and upper burr lift off so you can clean the grinding chamber with the included brush and wipe down the and heavy-duty zinc die-cast housing. Capresso covers this burr grinder under a one-year limited warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 5-3/8 by 7-11/16 by 10-13/16 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • 16 grind settings, Turkish fine to French press coarse
  • Commercial-grade conical burrs provide maximum coffee flavor and aroma
  • Heavy-duty zinc die-cast housing; easy to clean
  • Bean container holds 8-1/2 ounces; ground container holds 4 ounces

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars For the coffee gourmet
If you are serious about the quality of the coffee you drink, then you know that the beans must be fresh-ground right before brewing. The beans must also be uniformly ground to prevent over- or underextraction of coffee oils during the brewing process. A burr grinder, as opposed to a blade grinder, achieves a uniform grind since the beans only pass through its burrs once. This Capresso grinder has commercial-grade conical burrs that reduce the generation of heat which can ruin the flavor of the coffee. I like the fact that the bean container holds a generous half pounds of beans, so you can fill it and forget it for morning after morning of perfect coffee. The 16 grind settings allow grinds for every coffeemaker and blend. Cleaning the unit is a breeze. The top burr is easily removable, and the unit can then be cleaned with the included brush. The grinder operation is quiet. If I have any complaint, it is that the timer, marked from 1 to 10, is hard to correlate with grind time and the resultant amount of ground coffee. Although the fineness of the grind makes grind times vary, the enclosed booklet, which has tips for use, should have included some guidelines for timer/grind settings/yield to minimize the guesswork. I recommend this grinder for the coffee gourmet.

Eileen Rieback ... Read more


6. Senseo Paris Vanilla Bistro Coffee Pods, 4-Pack (64 Single-Serve Pods)
list price: $19.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0007NOWMM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Senseo
Sales Rank: 194
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4-pack includes 64 fresh and flavorful coffee pods
  • Single-serve coffee pods made from the finest gourmet beans
  • Premium coffee sealed inside its own filter; mild vanilla flavor with hint of caramel
  • Doubling up makes a stronger cup of coffee; drip-free easy disposal
  • For use with a Senseo coffee maker

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Stuff
THe flavored pods are great.It's nice when company is over to be able to offer different options.I like being able to just brew a cup here and there when the mood hits.

5-0 out of 5 stars Paris Vanilla Bistro is Perfect
This new flavor is excellent! The hint of vanilla adds a wonderful flavor and aroma to the coffee. It is a great addition to the Senseo pod family. ... Read more


7. Braun KWF2 FlavorSelect Water Filter (2-Pack)
list price: $12.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B000062UH2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Braun
Sales Rank: 203
Average Customer Review: 4.08 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Designed to fit all Braun FlavorSelect coffeemakers, the twowater filters in this pack improve coffee flavor by filtering outchlorine and other off-tasting elements. They also slow down thecalcification process. Each filter lasts for about 70 brewingcycles--or about two months. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Two-pack of water filters for all Braun FlavorSelect coffeemakers
  • Improves coffee flavor by filtering out chlorine
  • Also reduces calcification
  • Each filter lasts for about 70 brewing cycles

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well for me
There really isn't much to debate with these. They are built into the machine and SHOULD be replaced occasionally. I happen to notice a better taste to the coffee after switching these every few months, but I wouldn't let that be the only factor in your decision to buy. Leaving the same filter in place for a long period of time w/o changing it will most certainly lead to build up of minerals and potentially cause bacterial/fungal accumulation (the filter, unlike the water, does not get sanitized by boiling water). I don't want to make anyone too paranoid, but there are basic biological consequences to leaving pools of water and minerals sitting around too long.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you want a good cup of coffee...
a really good cup of coffee, then you might buy beans whole and grind your own...use a french press...and STILL taste the chlorine unless you use spring water or a filter system. If you spent the money for a Braun maker that uses this filter (brita), then you should use the filters if you buy gourmet whole beans...a small premium for a good cup of coffee (you already paid for premium beans and took the time to grind your own). You save with no french press to clean! Too much trouble, too expensive, and you don't taste the chlorine or minerals in your tap water? Then use tap water in the inexpensive maker of your choice! Caffeine is caffeine in the end!

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME
I live in a remote area and the water at times seemed to taste a bit weird. I purchased this unit and I have been in extremly pleased with the quality of this product as my water taste has been consistent since I began usung this product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Thank You, Amazon!
I used to buy these filters locally for my Braun Flavor Select, but, when I moved, I could not find a source. I am so glad I've found them here because I wouldn't want to do without them.

Although the Flavor Select does come with a dummy cartridge to place where the filter belongs, it is well worth your while to use the water filters. I was going through coffee pots every couple of years because of hard water deposits in the lines - and vinegar cleanings did not help. The filters have kept my Braun brewing coffee without ever having to use vinegar or other methods of interior cleaning. While I can't say that my coffee tastes better, I can attest that these filters have lengthened the life of my brewer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good if you have problem water
I have undrinkable tap water. I notice a major difference in taste when I use tap water with and without the filter. When I use bottled water I can't tell the difference. If you have bad tap water I highly recommend this filter, if you don't have bad tap water you might not notice the difference. ... Read more


8. Senseo Vienna Hazelnut Waltz Coffee Pods, 4-Pack (64 Single-Serve Pods)
list price: $19.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0007NOWMW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Senseo
Sales Rank: 158
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4-pack includes 64 fresh and flavorful coffee pods
  • Single-serve coffee pods made from the finest gourmet beans
  • Premium coffee sealed inside its own filter; mild hazelnut blend with hint of chocolate
  • Doubling up makes a stronger cup of coffee; drip-free easy disposal
  • For use with a Senseo coffee maker

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Finally some flavored coffee for my senseo
The hazelnut flavor is a little on the light side, but thats the way I like it. It saves me some money on buying the flavored creamer for my senseo coffee. Now I just add milk and sugar and I'm set. I hope they will start making tea for my senseo soon.

5-0 out of 5 stars This flavor is ADDICTING!!!! You've gotta try it!!
This flavor is out of this world!!! A "CANDY BAR IN A CUP"!!! Ladies you'll love this one!!I've had my Senseo coffeemaker for about a week now,and I just love it. I usually use one pod to make a 8oz.mug.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good
Irecently tried Senseo's hazelnut, irish creme and french vanilla coffees. Overall the taste was pretty good -- rather mild. I didn't find any of the flavors that distinctive, however.Yet I still maintain that for a quick, easy cup of decent coffee, Senseo is a good way to go.And I'm the type that would rather drink flavored coffee than regular, so all else being the same, I recommend giving the flavor pods a try.

5-0 out of 5 stars Luscious!
I just tried this one, too, and also the new Irish Cream and the Vanilla flavors. WOW. In short, I can't rave enough about the Senseo to begin with, then these rich new flavors come along. The hazelnut has just the barest hint of mocha, and the subtlety is captivating. Never thought I'd wax poetic about a cup o' joe, but I've gone from being a rare-occasional-cup drinker to a daily addict since I got the Senseo, and the new flavors are turning me into a 2-3 cup per day gal. These things make Senseo very easy to love.

5-0 out of 5 stars New Senseo Pods
I just tried the new Vienna (hazelnut flavored) Senseo pods.I'm not a big flavored coffee drinker, but I just wanted to try something different.It's a really nice cup of coffee.The flavor isn't too strong - which I like.I also like the combination of the different flavors (hazelnut, chocolate, etc.).I had tried the folgers flavors but they are way too artifical tasting - can't hardly taste the coffee.If you want to try somthing differnet in your Senseo machines, you should check these out. ... Read more


9. Bodum Chambord 8-Cup Coffee Press
list price: $29.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005LM0S
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 566
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Bodum's French press makes it easy: coffee, water, wait, enjoy.Simply measure out one rounded tablespoon of coarsely ground coffee per4-ounce cup, pour in the hot water, wait a few minutes for it to brew,and slowly press down the plunger. Next comes the best part, as you getto enjoy a cup of rich and aromatic coffee. Because of its 8-cupcapacity and elegant design, this French press is great for dinnerparties, where you can now brew your guests' coffee right at the table.Bodum has been in the coffee business for decades, and the companycontinues to produce stylish, affordable, and reliable products.--Maile Rehbock ... Read more

Features

  • All parts are dishwasher safe
  • Brews 32 ounces of coffee; retains beans' oils for rich, complex flavor
  • Sturdy, chrome-plated brass frame; easy-to-clean glass carafe
  • Stainless-steel press mechanism; replacement parts available
  • Turn lid to close spout; not for stovetop use

Reviews (29)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best coffee I've ever had
I previously owned a (much) smaller version of this press, which made an excellent cup of coffee. But that was the problem. It only made a CUP of coffee. I usually have two, and what if others want coffee? It takes a while, going one cup at a time.

Needless to say, I upgraded to this larger press, which makes about 3 times more coffee. It makes the best coffee ever - I could never go back to a junky old drip coffee maker after this. Yeah, it's more work than a drip coffee maker, but really, would you rather have quick, easy coffee that tastes bad, or a delicious cup of coffee that takes 5 minutes more?

Using this is like steeping tea - you boil some water, grind some coffee beans (I hope you're grinding your own coffee beans!) and pour the water over the coffee grounds to let them steep for 4 minutes. Then you push the knob down, which filters delicious coffee into the water and leaves the grounds at the bottom of your pot. Then, voila! You've got about 3 cups of yummy coffee, depending on to what extent you water your cup down with cream and sugar.

If you're one of those people who just CAN'T WAIT for their coffee, you'd be better off getting a typical drip coffee maker. But if you love coffee, and want it to taste as good as it possibly can, you have to buy this press.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Full Experience
I just got this one (Bodum Chambord 8-cup) yesterday and am very happy with the results. My first cup was with four scoops (included with press) of coarsely ground Starbucks Yukon Blend and about 14 oz of water for a four-minute steep. The result was a hair on the strong side, but without a doubt the most robust, flavorful cup of coffee I have ever had, with no harshness at all. Some sediment in the bottom of the cup from a minimal amount of coffee bean dust that got through the mesh plunger, but nothing too bothersome. Cleanup is no more difficult than with a drip coffee maker, and no more fumbling with paper filters. Not sure about the other models, but the glass carafe on this one is large enough to accommodate a hand and sponge, which makes it easy to clean. For entertaining, I would get the 12-cup version. Product seems well made, and plunger action is smooth and easy.

4-0 out of 5 stars Consistently Excellent Coffee
Having just moved, my husband and I were recently deprived of our favorite coffee chain (which doesn't serve our area). All the local coffee houses have so far produced either inconsistent results, or their coffee was consistently of poor quality.

We purchased this unit as an experiment, because we heard good things about french presses. We have been extremely satisfied with the results. This little unit makes consistently excellent coffee, with an incredibly good flavor. We follow the same guidelines as those on the other reviews here: coarsely ground coffee, cooled-for-a-few-seconds-after-boiling water, and the coffee is served immediately after pressing it.

The only reason that I gave this product 4 stars is the usual: this does *not* make 8 cups of coffee by American standards. It makes enough for 1 large mug and 1 smaller mug of coffee. That is just barely enough for us, and it's excellent stuff, so I'm satisfied, but it's only 8 cups by European standards. We'll shortly be upgrading to the stainless steel larger version of this press.

3-0 out of 5 stars It's OK, but not as it's hyped
After seeing a french press on TV and reading the reviews I wanted one of these things to get the "greatest cup of coffee ever". After following the directions and recommendations on using it for about a month I can say that I have not noticed any big difference from the drip coffee I used to make. The press does take an insignificant amount more of effort than a drip maker but it's not hard to make or clean. I just haven't noticed any more flavor, richness, or aroma in the coffee to justify the cost of the press. I'm going to go back to the drip coffeemaker for everyday coffee making and use the press only when I want to "impress" somebody. LOL

5-0 out of 5 stars "Cowboy Coffee" for the 21st century
The Chambord brews your coffee right at your table. It's probably the richest cup of coffee you'll experience. It's made virtually the same way the cowboys made their coffee. The big exeception is that the grounds are pressed whereby all the coffee oils are present. It's as simple as making instant coffee, with 10X the flavor. ... Read more


10. Braun KFK12FL FlavorSelect 12-Cup Replacement Carafe
list price: $14.99
our price: $12.88
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Asin: B00005IX9P
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Braun
Sales Rank: 1005
Average Customer Review: 1.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Made of scratch-resistant glass, this 12-cup carafe fits all Braun FlavorSelect coffeemakers. It's calibrated on both sides so the fill level can easily be read, has a knuckle guard made of the same tough, durable, slip-resistant plastic as the handle to protect the fingers from the hot glass, and is dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Dishwasher-safe
  • 12-cup carafe fits all Braun FlavorSelect coffeemakers
  • Scratch-resistant glass
  • Calibrated on both sides for easy reading
  • Knuckleguard protects fingers from hot glass

Reviews (34)

3-0 out of 5 stars yes, it does break easily
It may be "scratch-resistant" but it sure isnt' break resistant. This is also my fourth carafe which broke while washing. The machine is great but as others have implied, it gets expensive replacing the carafe once or twice a year. If I could do it over, I woudl have bought a stanless steel carafe.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Durable Carafe
We are voracious coffee drinkers. I have owned many different coffee makers but I think my Braun has preformed the best. As far as durability of carafes, I have had the same one for over 4 years and it finally broke this morning. I think $14 every four years is quite reasonable. It is a thin, light glass carafe so I was expecting it to last about 6 months like most of my other coffee makers.
I have been totally pleased with the durability of the Braun carafe!

3-0 out of 5 stars Works, but glass is thin
I bought this to replace my original Braun carafe, which finally cracked due to heat stress. It is a little different design from the original. It works, but the glass is much thinner. Still, it hasn't broken in the year or so I've been using it, so it does get the job done.

4-0 out of 5 stars Better Than the Original!!!
In spite of the negative reviews written about the Braun
replacement caraffe we needed one. The original was an
eggshell-thin piece of glass that we babied for 1 1/2 yrs.
It broke while washing it much as others have described.
Our suprise was to find that the replacement had heavier-
duty glass than the original! Has Braun heard complaints
and reverted to previous standards? Four stars! It still
could be a little sturdier yet!

1-0 out of 5 stars Crappy Carafe
I've had the coffeemaker for less than a year, yet I've broken three carafes already and we are very careful. Makes great coffee, but I've spent twice as much on replacement carafes than the coffeemaker cost. Braun can do better. ... Read more


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Asin: B00070QN9K
Catlog: Kitchen
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12. Bodum Chambord 3-Cup Coffee Press
list price: $19.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00005LM0R
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 180
Average Customer Review: 4.15 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Serious coffee lovers agree that the best way to brew everyone'sfavorite stimulant is also the simplest and quickest. The French press methodprevents scorching of the beans, and because there's no filter involved, all ofthe flavorful oils stay in your drink. Simply measure out one rounded tablespoonof coarse ground per 4-ounce cup, pour very hot (not boiling) water over it, letthe contents brew for at least 4 minutes, then slowly depress the plunger. Theresult is one of the richest cups of java you'll ever taste. This attractivelydesigned Bodum press is the perfect size for one person's morning fix. Becausethe carafe is glass, it's best to use a little care when handling the press inthe sink--but if it should break, don't panic: Bodum offers replacement parts.--Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • All parts are dishwasher safe
  • Brews 12 ounces of coffee; retains beans' oils for rich, complex flavor
  • Sturdy, chrome-plated brass frame; easy-to-clean glass carafe
  • Stainless-steel press mechanism; replacement parts available
  • Turn lid to close spout; not for stovetop use

Reviews (26)

5-0 out of 5 stars For those who love Cafe Au Lait a great coffee press!
My sister bought this press for the house. This one works real well-- perfect for those coffee press users. Bodum is also a well known brand of coffee press, so you don't have to worry about a flimsy product. Also if it breaks, Bodum is pretty good with spare parts. As a comsumer, I always recommend you shop around for the best price.

When using a coffee press, or any other coffee machine, make sure you FRESHLY grind your coffee for optimal taste. I recommend all serious coffee drinkers to invest in a good burr grinder-- you really can taste the differnce. Also for a coffee press the ginds must be large and coarse in thickness, otherwise your pressed coffee will taste lousy-- do not use automatic drip sized grinds. I also recommend a quality dark/French roast when using a press.

Please note that this press makes 3 French-sized cups of coffee. In Paris cafes, you're served coffee in a press with a "bowl sized" cup half filled with steamed milk (Cafe Au Lait).

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Cup of Coffee
I just got the 3-Cup Press today and I'm sitting here typing this review with my first cup of coffee made using it.

I love getting lattes from coffeshops but I've never been able to make one at home, until now. This coffee press does a great job of brewing an incredibly delicious cup of coffee!

And for jmpkep from CT who asked about the occasional coffee drinker: I'm like you- I drink coffee maybe once a week, not more than one or two cups. Conventional coffeemakers are usually too big & bulky & hard to clean for me. This works great. Cleanup is easy too- Just rinse it out, or handwash... I don't know if it's dishwasher-safe or not, but I'll be handwashing mine, just to be safe.

5-0 out of 5 stars A superb cup of coffee
I'm quite the lover of good coffee, and I hadn't ever owned a coffee press until buying this particular item.

The use of it is simple. I keep coarsely ground coffee in a tupperware in the fridge at work. I pour two scoops into the bottom, pour hot water on top, and push the press down. Ten minutes later, out comes terrific pressed coffee.

The flavor is different than traditional drip-and-filter coffee makers, but difficult to describe; subtle and yet more full-bodied.

It really is a terrific cup of coffee. Note, that it is a single standard-mug sized cup of coffee. The "3-cup" title is ... misleading at best. However, it is really convenient to not have to brew an entire pot of coffee, and it is also very convenient to have a press for brewing a cup at work.

Highly recommended.

2-0 out of 5 stars Too tiny
I personally think this coffee press is too small to be functional. It holds about 10oz. It's easy to clean and is useful if you are traveling, but not very suitable for use at home.

5-0 out of 5 stars There is no better cup of coffee
This thing is awesome. So easy to use. Just put some water in a kettle. Pour it over your freshly ground coarse coffee. It is delicious. So simple, I always use this when I entertain. It is awesome. ... Read more


13. Senseo Douwe Egberts Mild Roast Coffee Pods, 4-Pack (72 Single-Serve Pods)
list price: $19.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0001ES9EY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Senseo
Sales Rank: 284
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Senseo coffee pods are also available in Dark Roast, Medium Roast, and Decaffeinated Medium Roast
  • 72 fresh and flavorful coffee pods made specifically for the Senseo coffee maker
  • Unique and convenient Senseo coffee pods ensure great tasting coffee
  • Mild Roast features a pleasant and mild flavor
  • Gives a rich frothy coffee layer with every cup

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Conveniently great coffee!
This is some very good coffee. I am very picky about my coffee, but this stuff was very nice, smooth, and never bitter.

I was surprised by how good it tasted.

Give it a shot. It's not as full-bodied as a nice freshly brewed cup of Peet's, but it will suffice for those early morning rushes to the office when you don't have time to stand in line behind 70 people on their cell phones ordering Venti Nonfat Mocha Lattes with organic whip cream made in Madagascar or some other pretentious American cup of crap made with 90% syrup, 10% coffee.

If you want some no-nonsense java, this is a nice, fast way to go.

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST COFFEE EVER (Starbucks will take a back seat)
Incredible flavor of Europe in America. This is honestly great coffee and a treat at anytime during the day. It is a pod and therefore you are not wasting a pot of coffe but enjoying one cup at a time. WE LOVE this coffee! It is rich in flavor, and one of the greatest treasures you can give yourself everyday!
A MUST for the coffee lovers of the world!

We were Doughe Egbert users in Holland 15 years ago and currently today. DELIGHTED TO SEE IT IS AVAILABLE STATESIDE! ... Read more


14. Senseo Killarney Irish Cream Coffee Pods, 4-Pack (64 Single-Serve Pods)
list price: $19.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0007NOWN6
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Senseo
Sales Rank: 278
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4-pack includes 64 fresh and flavorful coffee pods
  • Single-serve coffee pods made from the finest gourmet beans
  • Premium coffee sealed inside its own filter; subtle, Irish cream blend with dash of vanilla
  • Doubling up makes a stronger cup of coffee; drip-free easy disposal
  • For use with a Senseo coffee maker

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Irish Cream Coffee
I do not usually drink flavored coffee. But Senseo Killarney comesin my favorite flavor: Irish Cream. So, I tried it and now I have a cup almost every morning. Thanks Douwe Egberts! ... Read more


15. Senseo HD7982 Extra Large Water Tank for Single Serve Pod Coffee Machines
list price: $26.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0002KJG76
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Senseo
Sales Rank: 690
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Splash Guard flap helps prevent spills
  • Holds 40 oz. of water twice as much as standard tank
  • Makes 10 cup of coffee
  • Specially contoured design for easy grip
  • Extra wide opening makes filling tank convenient

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Handy.
Our Senseo came from Sam's and was packaged with one of these, but I imagine that if I had bought a model without it, we would have eventually bought one. As the directions suggest, we run a cup of water (no pod) through the Senseo when we first start it to get the parts warm and make the coffee come out hotter. It doesn't take long to run through a standard-sized tank of water if you're doing that each time you fire up the machine. The larger reservoir means fewer refillings, about once a day for us instead of two a day.

The downside is that it does make the machine about 3-4" deeper than it would be otherwise, and make it not quite as sleek-looking. It's still very snazzy, though, and I think the convenience is worth a few inches of countertop space. ... Read more


16. Cuisinart DCC-1200PRC 12 Cup Replacement Carafe-Black
list price: $33.00
our price: $25.00
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Asin: B0000CFNE3
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Cuisinart
Sales Rank: 2071
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Features

  • For use with DCC-1200,DGB500BK

17. Capresso 4440.90 3-pack Charcoal Water Filters
list price: $10.00
our price: $10.00
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Asin: B00007E7LS
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Capresso
Sales Rank: 1004
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Each cartridge is good for 60 uses or up-to 6-weeks

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Clean Water = Excellent Coffee
Beginning with the Coffee Team Plus, Capresso introduced the concept of a water filter in the water tank of their automatic coffee makers. If you use tap water, the filter is a wonderful idea. It removes impurities and chlorine before the water is heated. Clean water and a clean coffee maker = great coffee.
The manufacturer's recommendation is to change filters every 6 weeks or 60 pots of coffee. I usually change them every two months, or so. I imagine the effectiveness of the filter may depend on the quality of the water you use. I haven't had a problem yet.
Usage tip: Each filter is individually wrapped in plastic to keep it fresh until opened. When you open a filter, first soak it in cold water for about 15 minutes. Then rinse it under running water for another minute or two until the water dripping from the filter is clear. If you still see black particles dripping from the filter, run a pot of water through the coffee maker, with the new filter inserted, without coffee beans and discard the water afterward, or use the water for plants (when it is cooled, of course.) ... Read more


18. Cuisinart DCG-12BC Grind Central Coffee Grinder
list price: $50.00
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000A1ZN7
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Cuisinart
Sales Rank: 165
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Operating at low heat to preserve flavor and aroma, this big, sleek coffee grinder can handle a whopping 90 grams of beans at once, enough for 18 cups, and it grinds spices at well. State of the art from its safety shutoff to its stainless-steel blade to its wraparound power cord, the grinder lends a modern look to any countertop. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Brushed stainless-steel housing; 90-gram gapacity--enough for 18 cups
  • Heavy-duty motor and stainless steel blade assembly; On/Off switch with safety interlock
  • Measurement markings; transparent cover
  • Storage lid; cord storage; dishwasher-safe stainless-steel bowl
  • Lid allows for extra coffee to be stored in grinding bowl

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars I LOVE this grinder!!
How do I love it? Let me count the ways....

First of all, I really love that there's no static cling of grounds since the grinder cup is stainless steel. You should buy it for this alone because that means coffee grounds don't get sprayed around the kitchen while you're trying to get the coffee into your coffeepot! What a novel concept.

Also, I love that you can store whatever cord you don't need inside the base of the grinder. Mine is parked right in front of an outlet and I have quite enough extra cord tangling around on my countertop, thank you very much. Another truly excellent feature.

It's pretty quiet which is great because our young son was always kind of freaked out by our old grinder.

It's big enough that we can just grind every few days and the coffee stays pretty fresh.

And it looks sorta cool, too.

Everyone should buy this grinder! We even like it way more than a fancy burr grinder we bought; that thing made a huge mess, never did grind the coffee right, took up a ton of counter space and broke after we'd had it a month. After we bought this Cuisinart, we took the burr grinder straight to the thrift store & haven't looked back.

5-0 out of 5 stars An ideal grinder, highly recommended
I purchased this grinder after reading reviews here, and found my experience to be true to the other reviewers'. This grinder is incredibly easy to clean (a quick rinse, then wipe dry--takes all of ten seconds) and it doesn't get grounds everywhere--they stay right in the grinding cup.

The grind is uniform and quick, and the unit operates with less noise than many others I've heard. You can see the grinding progress through the clear lid, so you know when you're done. There's also a plastic lid you can use to keep extra grounds for later in the day if you want to pop it on top of the grinding cup. Inside the grinding cup there are measurement lines, so you know how much you're making without having to measure.

I've made from 2 to 14 cups of coffee with this grinder, and it's been fabulous. Very solid and strong--this definitely isn't a cheapy grinder that will fail in a few months of heavy use.

Only potential downside--like all stainless steel, it does show every fingerprint, but that doesn't bother me. I just swipe it with a towel and it cleans up quickly.

I'd recommend this grinder to anyone--I'm very happy with this purchase.

2-0 out of 5 stars Messy, Bulky and takes a little while for a proper grind
After having a Moulinex Grinder that dates from the 60's finally go on the blink-poof in a puff of smoke-after over THIRTY years I decided it was time to replace so a shopping I went. After much consideration and comparison I choose the Cuisinart. I now think I might have done better settling for the less-costly and not as "beautiful" Krupps (a simple grinder). While the Cuisinart does the job-the grind is somewhat inconsistent (ie: finer at bottom-courser at top) Also, because the blades are attached the scoop will NOT fit down there to scoop up coffee (you have to "pour" it out. It also takes about 45 seconds for a proper grind for a full 12 cup pot) My old one only took about 30 seconds and always had a perfect grind-even to the bitter end! While the grinder is very handsome it is just plain TOO BIG. It takes up over five square inches of counter space and measures 8" high. A little big and bulky for a simple coffee grinder. Overall it does a good job but my main complaint with this grinder is the MESS. It is virtually impossible to grind coffee withouit leaving grounds on the counter. So be sure and buy an accompanying sponge to clean up the debris left over from your daily grind.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great - While it lasted...
Purchased two of these grinders last month, one for myself, the other as a gift, but unfortunately the blade assembly began to fail on mine in less than 2 weeks, after processing less than a pound of coffee. Cuisinart customer service said if I return it postage paid, and include an additional $5 to cover return postage to me (The book says $4) they will fix their mistake. I suggested that at the very least they should pay shiping one way, after all, it was their failure, not mine. They said "We make thousands of these every week, they can't all work". As interesting as I found their quality control philosophy to be I still I think they have a lot of nerve expecting the total cost of their product failure to rest on my shoulders. Appearently they disagreed, as they hung up on me without saying goodbye.

Fortunately we purchased through Amazon.com. No problem. Amazon immediately authorized the return, and by policy will even pay the shipping because it's defective. While I appreciate their approach to customer serice I'll pay the postage myself. It's well worth a few bucks to have someone stand behind defective merchandise - particularly when the manufacturer won't.

Quality is free, it's the cost of doing things right the first time. Some producers appearently aren't even interested in getting it right the second time.

5-0 out of 5 stars this is the one to get
great tool, period. quiet easy to use, sturdy, handsome, and, best of all, no mess. ... Read more


19. Hamilton Beach FlavorPlus 10-Cup Coffeemaker
list price: $49.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00008IH9L
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 17317
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Hamilton Beach’s FlavorPlus coffeemaker has all the standard features for making a basic cup of coffee, plus a few extras. The most significant deluxe feature on this 10-cup coffeemaker is its FlavorPlus enhanced brewing cycle, which saturates coffee grounds to produce richer, fuller-bodied flavor. Another perk is the digital clock and programmable timer, which you can set to start brewing before you get out of bed in the morning. For ease of use, this coffeemaker has a swing-out removable cone filter basket and a transparent water window for viewing how many cups are in the works. A "pause ‘n’ serve" feature pauses the brewing when you remove the dishwasher-safe carafe to sneak a cup and a nonstick hot plate keeps coffee warm after brewing. For safety, the FlavorSelect has automatic shut-off, which turns off the hot plate two hours after brewing commences. Hamilton Beach provides a 2-year limited warranty on this appliance. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • Nonstick hot plate; 2-year warranty
  • FlavorPlus cycle saturates grounds to release fuller coffee flavor
  • 2 to 10 cup capacity; programmable digital clock/timer
  • Automatic pause 'n' serve; automatic shut-off
  • Removable swing-out cone filter basket

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Carafe Drips
This model makes good coffee, however, the carafe drips coffee onto the counter as you pour. The spout is either too small or too narrow. Everyone who has used our coffeemaker has had to pour their coffee v-e-r-y slowly in order to not spill.
This is really annoying. I would not have purchased this model had I know this problem exhists.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Inexpensive Little Coffeemaker that Could
If you're looking for a nice progammable coffeemaker for under $40, this is it. It's attractive, it fits together nicely, it's easy to program, and it makes good coffee. The pre-brew feature really does make great, rich coffee. Best of all for me, the pot doesn't drip unless you get sloppy in your handling. I would definately buy this one again. ... Read more


20. Bodum 8-Cup Coffee Press Replacement Beaker, Glass
list price: $13.50
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B0000CF2WM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 2363
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Features

  • Replaces all Bodum 8-cup coffee press beakers
  • Constructed of glass; lip to facilitate pouring
  • Dishwasher-safe

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