Tassimo only needs one button push. Put in the t-disc, hit the button. The bar code gives the rest of the info to the machine with regards to temp/size etc...tim1_2 wrote:Anyone I've ever talked to who has both machines has preferred the Keurig. I have never tried the Tassimo though, so I have no idea. I think the Tassimo requires a few more button pushes sometimes, whereas the Keurig is as simple as it can possible get.
Love that commercial. Looks like a lot of cleanup with the milk in it's own container...TheAvatar wrote:I'm thinking of getting a nespresso. Anyone try them ?
Cap'n Clutch wrote:Presidents choice premium blend is $22 for 50 T Discs which is 44 cents. They're quite good.
Cap'n Clutch wrote:I've only had the Tassimo for a few weeks and for a few months before that I had been considering if I should buy it. The $20 off sale making the cost $60, the fact that you can get Tim Hortons and the decaf Cappucinos clinched it.
The fact that you can get Nabob, Maxwell House, Second Cup, Gelvalia, and probably others was just an added bonus.
tim1_2 wrote:And like we said, OUR SNOBBY COFFEE MACHINE IS BETTER THAN YOUR SNOBBY COFFEE MACHINE!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cap'n Clutch wrote:Can you make a cappucino with Keurig?
shabbs wrote:Look at all these coffee snobs...
Personally, I'm not a fan of either. I find the coffee that comes out of them is nothing like a true brewed coffee. But, they'll do in a pinch if I just need a quick cup. Brewed is best, with piping hot water. The way it should be. Dammit.
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