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Nespresso Coffee Pods

Nespresso coffee pods are designed exclusively for use in Nespresso coffee pod machines.  The pods come in sleeves containing ten pods of the same variety.

nespresso pod sleeves

The pods are made of a thin aluminium sheet wrapped into a flattened conical shape, with a foil lid. Inside the pod is the ground coffee for your morning brew.

Nespresso coffee pods come in a multitude of varieties and are designed for different sizes of cup. While you can use any pod for any size of cup, the best results will be obtained by following the guidelines regarding intended cup size.

nespresso pod packaging

Here is a summary of the different Nespresso coffee pods available at the moment.

 

Nespresso coffee pods cannot be purchased at your local supermarket like many other brands of pod coffee machine.

There are two main sources for your Nespresso coffee pods, the Nespresso website, known as the Nespresso Club, and their own physical stores located at a few locations throughout the country,  referred to as Nespresso Boutiques.




4 Comments:

  1. My friend gave me his nespresso. Maestro’s machine and while the first cup came out the correct place every other cup game out behind it which ran down the front of the pod catch container. I removed the container and it will pour into my cup but I would like to have it come out the correct place so it doesn’t make a mess and looks nice and assembled properly. Any suggestions?

    • Sorry, phone auto corrected, it’s the Maestria model which looks retro (purchased in 2012 or 2013). Says “made in Switzerland” but no model number on the bottom plate, but I found the C500 is the model I have.

  2. My Nespresso Lattisima machine has an issue with my decaffeinated pods . Some pods drop straight through to the catch box and when they don’t they at first begin to infuse and dispense the coffee , after a few seconds they make a strange sound then out comes the coffee grounds . This does not happen with non decaf pods . I must point out that the machine is 8 years old with a fault . Is it the pods or the machine ? Quite a puzzle

  3. Trying to use machine for the first time, but stored for four years as a standby. Finally got water to come through after following various hints, but lever won’t pierce the Nespresso capsules…help please

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