Confession of the day: My espresso machine, I bought a favorite a few years ago. And like many home appliances (which I have no use) she was especially attached to the lovely kitchen table. Gone is the euphoria of the first moments, I was quickly passed back to the good old coffee filter allowed me to put me 3 or 4 large coffee mugs without saying a word.
Even if (as 95% of the fairer sex) I find a certain charm to George, he left me marble when it comes to choosing a coffee maker. And I do not regret it. When I see all the waste produced by the Nespresso capsules, I am pleased to have chosen a Senseo coffee pods which are non-woven recyclable material.
So before giving marketers sirens (the probability that you find yourself stuck on a rainy night in a Georges shop is 0.0000000176%) think about your impact on the environment.
Nespresso - (c) François Lafite
My Senseo pods used, I throw them in my compost illico (yes, you remember, City through and through I tinkered compost on my balcony) It's good for my plants. Everybody is happy!
And if you're a purist, here is a selection of Italian coffee for a little black tight as out there that allow you to serenade until 4 am!
Saeco - 599 €
Ascaso Coffee - 549 €
Bialetti coffee to an authentic Italian coffee. But to watch like milk on fire! 45 €