Product Code Database
Example Keywords: bioshock -nintendo $100-124
   » » BarcodeComment: Gusto-machine-dolce-nescafe-recommended-coffee-3639917735

Nescafe Dolce Gusto for Nescafe Dolce Gusto Brewers, Cappuccino, 48 Count (Grocery)

Nescafe Dolce Gusto for Nescafe Dolce Gusto Brewers, Caramel Latte Macchiato, 48 Count Nescafe Dolce Gusto for Nescafe Dolce Gusto Brewers, Caramel Latte Macchiato, 48 Count available on February 08 2016 from Amazon for 30.00
5.0 out of 5 stars
  
I bought the Dolce Gusto machine in 2008, and have been an avid fan of the machine and the capsules ever since.
While I do have a couple pointers (not quite complaints, but advice to make your Dolce Gusto experience better) that pertain to the machine itself -- and thus the final coffee product -- I feel the capsules themselves are not at fault for any of the machine's problems.
After many days of getting used to the machine, I've found that loosely following the recommended milliliter measurements on the boxes is a good start, and from there it's up to you. Personally, I do just the recommended amount of milk and then pour the espresso until I see the tiniest hint of transparency in the flow. From there I wait anywhere from half a minute to a few minutes (the longer you wait, the more espresso left in the capsule makes it's way to the bottom ready to get the last flush of hot water...but at the same time, the more the foam melts into the coffee), depending on what other...Read more

Page 1 of 1
1
Topic Title Summary Views
   I bought the Dolce Gusto machine in 2008, and have been an avid fan of the machine and the capsules ever since.While I do have a couple pointers (not quite complaints, but advice to make your Dolce Gusto experience better) that pertain to the machine itself -- and thus the final coffee product -- I feel the capsules themselves are not at fault for any of the machine's problems.After many days of getting used to the machine, I've found that loosely following the recommended milliliter measurements on the boxes is a good start, and from there it's up to you. Personally, I do just the recommended amount of milk and then pour the espresso until I see the tiniest hint of transparency in the flow. From there I wait anywhere from half a minute to a few minutes (the longer you wait, the more espresso left in the capsule makes it's way to the bottom ready to get the last flush of hot water...but at the same time, the more the foam melts into the coffee), depending on what other...Read more
3

Account

Social:
Pages:  ..   .. 
Items:  .. 

Navigation

General: Atom Feed Atom Feed  .. 
Help:  ..   .. 
Category:  ..   .. 
Media:  ..   .. 
Posts:  ..   ..   .. 

Statistics

Page:  .. 
Summary:  .. 
3 Page Refs