FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the difference between coffee pods and coffee capsules?
Coffee capsules are vacuum-packed, and coffee pods are packed in single doses. Vacuum-packing coffee capsules guarantee the best hygiene and sidestep external agents like oxygen, humidity, and heat.
How do you use coffee pods?
The pod fits into the silver chamber at the front, on top. All you have to do is fill up with water, insert your pod, and press the button. Nothing could be simpler! Once you've loaded up the water and the pod, you press the large black button on the bottom right to deliver your coffee.
Do you need a coffee machine to use coffee pods?
Coffee pods are popular single-serving alternatives to other single-use products like Keurig K Cups. You can use them in a machine specifically designed for pods or another coffee machine.
Are coffee pods healthy?
Coffee pods have equivalent health benefits to brewed coffee. But there are a few potential health concerns with these pods that are not present with other coffees. Compared to espresso or instant coffee, coffee pods contain five times the amount of toxic chemicals that consuming copious amounts will harm the human body. Needless to say it is also made from plastic that may affect the landfills in turn affecting the environment.
Do you add milk to a coffee pod?
You can add milk to your coffee pod. Nevertheless, the amount of milk you add relies on your love of coffee and milk ratio.