Review: Nescafé Dolce Gusto Mini Me Pod Coffee Machine

Coffee that little word that gives me some sort of reprieve each morning, whether I’m drinking it in a thermo cup on the way to work or sitting down outside watching the boys play, it gives me a moment to just relax.
I have had a long history with coffee which I will shorten for your benefit…it sounds like this:

  • I don’t like coffee, tea for me please
  • I bought a cafe with my family, maybe I should learn to drink what I am serving
  • I love coffee, my favourite being a Skinny Mocha
  • Sold the cafe, starting working in a coffee roasting company I knew all the ins and outs of the coffee bean and could make a mean cup of coffee
  • Bought a flashy expensive coffee machine for home that used ground coffee
  • Had children, didn’t have time to use my flashy coffee machine
  • Pod machines became popular I was given one for Mother’s Day 18 months ago- best invention ever – quick, easy, minimal mess
So that’s my coffee journey quickly for you. I love the concept of a pod coffee machine because they are just so quick and easy and you get a good quality cup of coffee without any extra cleaning up or drawn out process and the best thing you don’t have to get in the car to get it.
I was gifted the Nescafé Mini Me Dolce Gusto pod machine and I couldn’t be happier with it.
The main points that standout for me are:

  • Heats the coffee hotter then any other pod machine I have used
  • It could also make cold drinks like Iced Teas
  • The clean up is minimal, you dispose of the pod as soon as you finish, no catch container with a build up of pods.

  • It fits in a corner perfectly, compact and kinda cute.
  • The box tells which position or the automatic cut off lever should be set at for a perfect strength every time.

  • Pods can be bought from most major supermarkets, no special shops or ordering online
  • They are launching a Mocha Pod this month – yay

This would make an ideal Christmas present for someone special (like my own mum).

RRP: $149 AUD
Available for purchase from most major supermarkets and Harvey Norman.
Capsules are $8 for 16 some are all coffee pods other boxes are 8 coffee/8 milk.

For more information visit:
www.dolce-gusto.com.au 

www.facebook.com/NESCAFEDolceGustoANZ 

Disclaimer: I was provided the Nescafe Dolce Gusto Mini Me to review all opinions expressed and photos are my own.

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6 Responses to Review: Nescafé Dolce Gusto Mini Me Pod Coffee Machine

  1. Anne M November 15, 2013 at 2:26 pm #

    I love my coffee pod Amanda. This is a cute model.

    Anne xx

  2. Anonymous December 6, 2013 at 6:55 am #

    That sure looks like one of the better coffee pods. IWould make for a good Christmas present!
    -Jackie

  3. Anonymous December 8, 2013 at 10:10 am #

    i absolutly ADORE my dolce gusto coffee maker its the only thing electrical i have bought that i can say i use so many times a day im worried it will wear out. I LOVE the taste of the pod flavours its the best one out there if you ask me.

  4. Anonymous January 2, 2014 at 3:40 pm #

    Got my Mini Me for Christmas and couldn’t be happier with it. We also have another coffee machine, but there was always so much to clean up afterwards, I didn’t use it. This is so so simple. I use it at least twice a day every day. Love it!!!!!

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