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New Coffee Maker Pods?

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by MusicMouse, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. Gorechick

    Gorechick New Member

    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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  3. sophie832

    sophie832 Addicted to DL and WDW!

    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.
     
  4. plutolovr

    plutolovr New Member

    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.
     
  5. RebYork

    RebYork Reb York

    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.
     
  6. EpcotBill

    EpcotBill New Member

    Not in the Value Resorts. At least not yet.
     
  7. gwynne

    gwynne New Member

    I decided I'm taking Starbucks VIA Ready-Brew French Roast. I picked some up at the grocery recently. The little individual tubes are tiny, great for travel. I'll just heat the water using the Cuisinart, and pour in the coffee. I generally don't like instant coffee, but VIA is good. :cool1: I usually pick up a pint of milk at the resort and pop it in the frig. When I wake up it's nice to have milk for my coffee rather than the coffee mate stuff.
    I'm too lazy to track down pods. :laughing:
     
  8. twinkles

    twinkles New Member


    Gwynne, thats what we decided it do...just alot easier and everyone in our group needs that strong coffee in the morning to get them rolling! :rotfl:
     
  9. momtwoboys

    momtwoboys New Member

    funny, because after all the back and forth, can of coffee, pods...I have purchased the Starbucks Via too! They were on sale this week and I had coupons. YEAH for strong coffee :thumbsup2
     
  10. gwynne

    gwynne New Member

    Hi Twinkles and momtwoboys,

    Three cheers for strong coffee! :thumbsup2 It's great that we can easily bring along VIA packets. Having a nice cup of coffee (or several :laughing:) in the morning is an important part of the vacation for us coffee drinkers. :woohoo:
     
  11. momtwoboys

    momtwoboys New Member

    I can't take chances on what will be in the room! :lmao:
     
  12. Momto8

    Momto8 Proud Grandma to Abigail, Iris, Heather, Emma, Gab

    Does anyone know if they have these coffee makers at CSR?

    TIA
     
  13. My2CrazyGirls

    My2CrazyGirls New Member

    OK, so the big question is what does the coffee taste like??? Is it as bad as what was in the regular coffee makers? I was all set to bring a pound of dunkin donuts ground with coffee filters! Dunkin doesn't have pods does it? I need good coffee! HELP!
     
  14. My2CrazyGirls

    My2CrazyGirls New Member

    and is it one pod per cup? So if we (2 of us) each drink a cup for 7 days that would be 14 pods? On Amazon I can only find 72 pods at a minimum! I would buy like 30, but not 70! Yikes
     
  15. VLee

    VLee New Member

    Just returned from AKL Jambo, Concierge Level and they had the new machines. However, we never used them since we took advantage of the beverages from Concierge. I did however "save" the pods to be used for our next trip in June at Boardwalk and Wilderness Lodge villas--since they will most likely give us limited pods for those stays, since it is a DVC stay.
     
  16. Gabe1

    Gabe1 Northern Illinois

    Disney must have gotten quite the bargin on the Cuisinart 2-Cups, they were on their way out with the popularity of Keurig's.

    I have a Keurig and was looking for refills at Walmart. I could only initially find the Senseo. Senseo was in the food section and in one of our Walmarts in the pop and wine area. Keurig has been with the coffee makers in another area of the store. And Senseo, for all the Dunkin Donut fans makes a refillable, reusable pod.
     
  17. My2CrazyGirls

    My2CrazyGirls New Member

    What? Dunkin refillable pod? Do go on, more info please!
     
  18. Gabe1

    Gabe1 Northern Illinois

  19. My2CrazyGirls

    My2CrazyGirls New Member

  20. dfb05

    dfb05 New Member

    Oh NOW you have me! If we can just buy do-it-yourself pods & fill it with my Dunkin, we'll be all set! I won't have to worry about carting my Keurig down and risk breaking it along the way!

    Does anyone know if the pod coffee makers are in CBR yet?

    THANKS!
     
  21. PolyAddict

    PolyAddict Our City Our Home...Finish Strong

    Thanks for the refillable pod info! Please share if you know where to find these. I saw them on Amazon but would like to avoid shipping.
     

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