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Old 03-26-2012, 02:22 PM   #31
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The regular resort rooms and club level rooms now have the Cuisinart Double Pod Machines:

Yes, the above are the machines being gradually installed at Port Orleans too - but the closest I can find online to this is Cuisinart's model below, which is a more 'rounded' design and does not appear to have the two stop/start buttons on the top:



(also in black, http://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-Comm.../dp/B001BL8WBG)


So has anyone been able to find that particular model/type that is showing up in Disney rooms?

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Old 03-26-2012, 02:58 PM   #32
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Are the senso pods the same as the tassimo pods. Our daughter has a tassimo and lots of pods. Wonder if they would work
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Old 03-26-2012, 05:37 PM   #33
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Are the senso pods the same as the tassimo pods. Our daughter has a tassimo and lots of pods. Wonder if they would work
No, these are not Tassimo T-Discs, nor are they Keurig K-Kups, they are Pods. They're round and soft. Senseo brand works, as does Melitta, Lavazza, etc. Amazon has a few you can order that will work.
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Old 03-26-2012, 06:41 PM   #34
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Hmmm...we have a Senseo machine we never use that was an Xmas present years ago. Thus, we also have a lot of pods. I wonder if those things ever expire...could use them at BWI this fall.
I would not... I switched from Senseo to Keurig a year ago and one reason I did is the Senseo pods got stale - quickly once the pouch was opened, and even in a few months when the pouch stayed unopened.

The pods are not individually sealed and coffee really only has a shelf life of a few months when kept sealed.
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Old 03-26-2012, 07:56 PM   #35
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I would not... I switched from Senseo to Keurig a year ago and one reason I did is the Senseo pods got stale - quickly once the pouch was opened, and even in a few months when the pouch stayed unopened.

The pods are not individually sealed and coffee really only has a shelf life of a few months when kept sealed.
I really dislike the Senseo pods. We bought some at Wegmans to get us through until our online order came through, and the quality was terrible. I found the coffee to be awfully weak. If you read the instructions for Senseo it says one pod is good for a measly 4 ounces of water and if you want a stronger cup to use 2 pods...
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Old 03-26-2012, 10:55 PM   #36
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I have had a Senseo for many years, and the pods have become very difficult to track down unless you order online. I have been able to consistently find them at Kohl's and Woodman's (a Wisconsin grocery chain).
Love Woodman's - they have everything. I have a Keurig and get the k-cups there now, their prices match the online prices. I will check there for the pods. I was going to buy an extra Keurig (on sale this week at Target) and store it in an OL but I will give this new coffee maker a try first. Thanks
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Old 03-27-2012, 09:20 AM   #37
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Hmmm,
Thanks guys for this information,
I come here for getting such solution of mine problem and I got it due to this topic thanks for it.
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Old 03-27-2012, 09:38 AM   #38
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Silly question
Don't they refill the pods during your stay? Or why do you bring the pods with you?
As we come from Germany I guess we are not allowed to bring "food" with us

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Don't they refill the pods during your stay? Or why do you bring the pods with you?
As we come from Germany I guess we are not allowed to bring "food" with us

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Not a silly question, mousekeeping will replenish your pods as you use them or you can leave a note or call down to mousekeeping to have them leave a bunch for your stay.
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Sorcerina... I would bring my own pods for the different flavored coffee's! That is the only reason!
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I saw that Maxwell House had coffee pods when I was at the grocery store last night. I haven't had MH coffee in years. Think it's any good?
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I would not... I switched from Senseo to Keurig a year ago and one reason I did is the Senseo pods got stale - quickly once the pouch was opened, and even in a few months when the pouch stayed unopened.

The pods are not individually sealed and coffee really only has a shelf life of a few months when kept sealed.
Darn...ok, thanks for the tip. We really should just throw them out then. One of the things I never liked about Senseo was the lack of variety...Keurig has coffee, tea, hot chocolate, etc. It seemed like Senseo never caught on enough to diversify their options. Oh well.
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I saw that Maxwell House had coffee pods when I was at the grocery store last night. I haven't had MH coffee in years. Think it's any good?
Double check, but I think the MH Coffee (pods) are actually the filter packs that make 4 cups each. If they are they won't work. You need single-serve size pods.
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Are these coffee makers just in deluxe and moderate resorts? What about the value's? My wife loves her morning coffee and I love green tea. We are flying this time so it will be hard to bring our coffee maker.
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Are these coffee makers just in deluxe and moderate resorts? What about the value's? My wife loves her morning coffee and I love green tea. We are flying this time so it will be hard to bring our coffee maker.
Not in the Value Resorts. At least not yet.
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