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Convenience Coffee Pods: Senseo Coffee Machine’s Success

You come home late from a tough day at the office: the boss was on your case, your co-workers were enraged at the latest memo, and the speakers kept repeating the same seventies easy listening hit, that was on the radio the night your first boyfriend dumped you. All you want is a soothing cup of coffee to chase away the fatigue. Tipping up the carafe, you watch the stale, black liquid splash into your cup. As you head to the microwave, you wish that there was a way to have fresh, flavored coffee on demand.

With a Senseo coffee machine, it’s easy to have just that, with no wait and no waste, and most importantly, no stale coffee. By adding a Philips Senseo coffee machine to your kitchen arsenal, you can make a cup of coffee in about a minute. And, because the serving size is just a cup, there is nothing left to get old or create a mess to clean up later. The serving size is even adjustable, letting you fill a petite cup for after dinner conversation or your large ten ounce mug for the long ride to work.

For those hard working people who may be too busy to go online and order their coffees, Senseo offers a subscription service where your favorite flavors are delivered to your door at regular intervals, so you will always have exactly what you need and never have to run out to the store when all you want to do is relax. But this convenience does not mean a sacrifice of quality. The Senseo coffee pod machine works with revolutionary pods that seem almost futuristic.

For added convenience, these can be stored in specialized containers (purchasable under the accessories section of the web page) that promote freshness and keep them readily available. These load easily into the machine and produce fresh, tasty coffee. Since each pod comes prepared with high quality ingredients and contains the flavors a user wants, there’s not need to purchase costly syrups or favoring. The wide range of pod flavors includes dark blends, refreshing blends, international blends, and even a sweet Godiva Chocolate Crème.

You may use these to create versions of coffee store treats, but now you don’t have to try so hard (or worse, give up and spend five dollars on a bought cup). In a great imitation of the local coffee shop, and with a little help from specialized pod holders, Senseo coffee machines can serve up coffee, tea, or even a cappuccino with that great layer of light foam. While the initial purchase of the Senseo machine is a bit costly (about eight times that of the economical Hamilton Beach coffee maker), the rewards of the system are worth the expense.

If you’re a loyal coffee drinker who spends money regularly at the chain coffee shops, you may find yourself actually saving money. And if you get tired of one flavor, simply pop in another pod and you’ve got an original drink right at your fingertips.