I recently got a Senseo Gourmet Coffee System and we’ve been the best of friends since. He “gets” me, but more importantly, I “get” him….daily!
The Senseo is ridiculously easy to use, as easy and uncomplicated as a regular coffee maker. I take that back, less complicated because there’s no guess work, “How many teaspoons should I use for how many cups of coffee????” – one pod, one cup. Simon doesn’t get much simpler than that.
The Senseo Single Serve Coffee Machine even comes with a handsome container to store the coffee pods in.
“Pods?,” you ask. (You’re cute when you’re quizzical.) The pods are little round pillows of coffee grounds that you place in the machine. When turned on, the machine turns these little pods into some of the most amazing coffee you’ll ever lift to your lips. They’re available in the following varieties: Sumatra Blend, Dark Roast, French Vanilla, Brazil Blend, Espresso, Kenya Blend, Paris, Vienna, Cappuccino, and others.
The proof’s in the cup – if the coffee tasted less than perfect, all the fancy schmancy designs and clever little pods wouldn’t mean a thing.
But the coffee is very, very special – amazing, actually – so it isn’t a coffee machine that’s sitting on my counter, it’s a work of art that’s convinced it’s a coffee house.
Shhh…let’s not tell it otherwise.