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Tassimo T55 Home Brewing System


Staples.ca is a great source to buy office supplies, technology, ink and much more.







Let's focus on the much more aspect.
One of the wonderful products at Staples is the Bosch Tassimo T55 Home Brewing System.

This wonderful machine has innovative barcode technology, and a built-in Mavea Maxtra water filtration system, that limits the amount of limescale and chlorine. It gives you a cleaner drink every time. Just push a button and you will have an amazing beverage in about a minute. That's it!
Now, when you first use the machine you will have to clean the filter and machine itself before making a drink. There are clear and easy-to-understand instructions on how to do this, but I have also created a video to show you.
After that initial cleaning, the sound is not as loud. It hums when brewing, and makes a neat "goosh" sound at the end. Here is a video of me making  a coffee. Pardon my reflection, though at least you know I am not a vampire.
What a delicious cup of coffee it is! The Maxwell House House Blend is exactly what I want in a coffee for flavor and aroma. 
Staples has a decent selection of coffee, tea, hot chocolate and specialty drinks that there really seems to be something there for everyone.
I have since tried the Capuccino. Folks, I kid you not when I say how delicious it is. Such a creamy frothy and wonderful flavor. MMMMM..... you really cannot drink just one though.
In conclusion, this coffee lover feels like a true barista with this Tassimo T55. It's my new bestie! Shhh, don't tell Wendy!
At it's fair price, which was recently on sale for lower, added on with free shipping, how can you resist not getting one for yourself?! (Or at least wishlist till the next sale...)

Full disclosure: Staples.ca provided met with these items for review. The thoughts and opinions expressed are strictly my own. Feel free to shop their entire line of Tassimo Coffee Makers and Tdics online.

Comments

  1. I love their lattes and cappuccinos, too! You are right, there's no way to stop at just one :-)

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  2. I'm a total coffee junkie. Def need to get my own system!

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