The different flavors of Lavazza a Modo Mio compatible coffee capsules

If you are the sort of person whose blood type is coffee, you may be interested in reading on. I have been avidly watching the new developments in coffee machines, including the sexy looking and big on promises capsule coffee system. It seemed to say you could have café quality coffee at home by pushing a button, any time you want, including offering the full range of coffees you could order from your local barista as well.

You can shop for Lavazza a Modo Mio compatible capsules in Australia by clicking on this link.

Well movie stars seemed to be able to have access to this kind of coffee anyway, but couldn’t movie stars just afford to have 24-hour baristas in their kitchens anyway?

Like me, you may have been dubious as to if the capsule coffee system was possible for regular folks on regular budgets. Well with the ingenuity of Lavazza and the high quality range from Caffé Bonini you can have fresh barista-style coffee at home in a moment whenever you want.

No longer just for the rich and famous
Originally the capsule coffee machines would set you back up to $7000, and each individual capsule shot cost between $4 and $7, so you really would have just gone to your local café instead of buying into this system. Lavazza then had the good idea of using its reliable name in supermarket coffee to create a machine that retails for only $100, that is compact, sturdy, easy to use and does exactly what you need it to do; release awesome fresh hot coffee.

But you are not just restricted to using the Lavazza brand capsules. Caffé Bonini is an old Italian name in coffee that has been following traditional methods of roasting and blending for hundreds of years, and are now producing beautiful coffee in capsules compatible with your Lavazza machine. You can order them online for less than 50 cents a cup and experience pure Italian coffee in your kitchen down under. Try one of the following:

Seta
A lovely mid-strength blend of soft, velvety coffee with notes of almond and citrus.

Classico
A popular mid-strength coffee that is smooth, creamy and fruity.

Intenso
A strong Robusta coffee for true fans of the Italian espresso.

Quick, easy and cheap – but sooooo good!
I told you that you would want to keep reading! Great Italian coffee at home is not just for movie stars or people with hours on their hands to make it or who can afford to fly to Italy to get it. Coffee is not meant to be difficult or complicated, it is just meant to be delicious and available when needed! Visit our homepage today and choose from the compatible capsules and pods available at https://au.caffe.com.