Saturday, February 18, 2012
Coffee for one with Tassimo | Review
I recently admitted that I'm a bit of a coffee addict so its probably not surprising that I'm quite particular about the coffee I choose to brew in my own home. I've had tons of coffee makers since I first moved out on my own, back when I was in university. I've had machines that brew into travel mugs, expensive coffee makers and cheap ones and one thing I can say with certainty is that brewed coffee tastes best when you make at least 6 cups.
The hubs doesn't drink coffee and considering I usually only drink one cup of coffee at a time, its seems wasteful to consistently brew more coffee than I need. So when I won my Tassimo from Maple Leaf Mommy, I was eager to discover what it was all about.
My Tassimo brews great coffee quickly. Each T-disc has a barcode that tells the machine exactly how to brew the coffee, including the precise temperature and quantity of water required to brew the perfect cup. Since I've been home with my boys (and trying to cut back on my Starbucks addiction) my Tassimo has been my saviour.
There are a huge variety of coffee and tea options for the Tassimo; I allow myself one caffeinated coffee each morning and either the Americano or the Gevalia Dark Roast always hit the spot for me. I love that you can buy t-discs just about anywhere: grocery stores, drug stores, department stores and even office supply stores.
Although I'm off of dairy these days, for the sake of the baby, the Tassimo also brews a mean latte, chai tea or hot chocolate simply add the milk T-Disc to the machine once your espresso, tea or chocolate syrup has finished brewing.
My favourite part of my Tassimo? The boy comes running to help me make my coffee, its quite possibly one of the cutest parts of our morning routine.
So back to my original question, do you Tassimo?
You can find Tassimo Canada on the web, on Facebook and on Twitter.
FYI - there is a voluntary recall on some Tassimo T-discs and brewers; I have already registered for my replacement part and you should too!
I received sample t-discs for the purposes of this review, however all opinions are my own.